Dawes group photo. Image provided by: Q Prime
Dawes group photo. Image provided by: Q Prime

Dawes Set to Perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tonight

Dawes has recently announced a large set of tour dates for 2017. The band will be setting out on a massive tour behind We’re All Going to Die album.

The latest album is the band’s highest charting record to date. The first single, ‘When The Tequila Runs Out,’ reached top #5 on Billboard’s Triple A Radio Chart. We’re All Gonna Die debuted at No. 18 on the Top Current Album charts and No. 1 on overall vinyl sales in the country.

“These songs were all written in a very short period of time, very close together. In that sense I feel like there was a consistency in mood and outlook our other records don’t have. Pretty much every song on this record explores a difficult situation and tries to find a way to find the good in it, or at least remind yourself that it’s not always that big of a deal.” – Taylor Goldsmith (guitar, vocals)

Jimmy Kimmel Live is set to start at 11:35 p.m EST / 10:35 p.m. with the Dawes performing later in the show. The Rock is set to appear on the show tonight. The band will perform the songs ‘When The Tequila Runs Out’ and ‘Quitter’ off their latest release, the acclaimed We’re All Gonna Die (released September 16th on the band’s own HUB Records).

Check out the band live on the road in venues across North America this upcoming January – May. Browse over upcoming tour dates below.

Dawes - When The Tequila Runs Out

Dawes on the Road

Tour Dates

Date | Location | Venue 

January 10— San Diego, CA— Belly Up
January 11— Phoenix, AZ— Crescent Ballroom
January 13— San Luis Obispo, CA— Fremont Theater
January 14— Santa Barbara, CA— Lobero
January 20—  Lake Tahoe, NV— Montbleu Resort
January 26— Dallas, TX— Bomb Factory
January 28— Austin, TX— Stubbs
January 29— Oklahoma City, OK— ACM @ UCO
January 31— Little Rock, AR— Rev Room
February 1— St. Louis , MO— The Pagaent
February 3— Minneapolis, MN—State Theatre                                                     
February 4— Iowa City, IA—Englert Theatre
February 6— Madison, WI— Barrymore Theatre
February 7— Omaha, NE— The Waiting Room
February 8— Sioux Falls, SD— The Orpheum
February 10— Boulder, CO— Fox Theatre
February 11— Aspen,  CO— Belly Up
February 12— Salt Lake City, UT— The Depot
February 21— San Francisco, CA— Fillmore
February 22— Portland, OR— Wonder Ballroom
February 24— Seattle, WA— Showbox
February 25— Missoula, MT— Wilma Theatre
February 26— Billings, MT— Pub Station Ballroom
February 28— Des Moines, IA— Wooly’s
March 3— Birmingham, AL— Iron City
March 4— Atlanta, GA— Variety Playhouse
March 5— Durham, NC— DPAC
March 7— Wilmington, DE— The Grand Opera House
March 8— Washington, DC— Lincoln Theatre
March 10— New York, NY— Beacon Theatre
March 11— Boston, MA— Orpheum
March 12— Hartford, CT— Infinity Hall
March 14— Northampton, MA— Academy of Music Theatre
March 15— Ithaca, NY— State Theater
March 17— Toronto, ON— The Opera House
March 18— Kalamazoo, MI— State Theatre
March 19— Indianapolis, IN— The Vogue
March 21— Tulsa, OK— Cain’s Ballroom
March 22— Santa Fe, NM— Lensic Performing Arts Center
March 23— Flagstaff, AZ— Orpheum Theater
April 1— Los Angeles, CA— The Theatre at Ace Hotel
April 21— Louisville, KY— The Brown Theatre
April 23— Charleston, SC— High Water Festival*
April 25— Asheville, NC— Orange Peel
April 26— Knoxville, TN— Bijou Theatre
April 28—Nashville, TN— Ryman Auditorium
April 29— Nashville, TN— Ryman Auditorium
April 30— Chattanooga, TN— Revelry Room
May 2— Wilmington, NC— Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
May 3— Charlotte, NC— Fillmore
*Festival Date
(More Dates To Be Announced)