Circles Around The Sun Unveil Language 2022 Tour Dates

Circles Around The Sun have announced an extensive 30-stop coast-to-coast tour slated for summer and fall. Dubbed Language 2022, the run was named after their most recent single, “Language,” which dropped in mid-March and featured harpist Mikaela Davis. Listen here. 

The first newly added stop will see the band – Adam MacDougall, Dan Home, Mark Levy and John Lee Shannon – perform at Back Home Festival in New Martinsville, W.Va. After that, they’ll remain off the road for a solid month before reconnecting at Dillon Amphitheater in Dillon, Colo., on Aug. 13.

Then, they’ll pop up at Terminal West in Atlanta, Ga., on Aug. 17, ahead of a three-night stint at The Charleston Pour House beginning on Aug. 18. Next, the band will perform at Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, N.C., on Aug. 21, before their Aug. 22 show at Zoetropolis in Lancaster, Pa.

The four-piece will travel to Richmond, Va., before a gig at Visulite Theatre in Charlotte, N.C., on Aug. 25. After that, they will remain in the Southern region of the U.S. until mid-September, when they’ll travel to the West Coast for five California dates beginning on Sept. 14 at Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, Calif.

They’ll make three stops in Washington state next, ahead of a performance at Portland, Ore.’s Aladdin Theater on Sept. 24 and a show at Sessions Music Hall in Eugene, Ore., the following night. The final new stops will see Circles Around The Sun perform at Hillberry Music Festival in Eureka Springs, Ark., on Sept. 30, followed by a set scheduled for Suwannee Hulaween in Live Oak, Fla., on Oct. 28.

The artist presale begins tomorrow at noon ET. Sign up on the band’s website to receive the presale password. 

See the band’s tour announcement via Instagram. 

Check out their complete list of dates below.

Circles Around The Sun Tour Dates:

Jun. 25 – Back Home Festival – New Martinsville, W.Va.

Aug. 13 – Dillon Amphitheater – Dillon, Colo.

Aug. 17 – Terminal West – Atlanta

Aug. 18 – The Charleston Pour House – Charleston, S.C.

Aug. 19 – The Charleston Pour House – Charleston, S.C.

Aug. 20 – The Charleston Pour House – Charleston, S.C.

Aug. 21 – Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, N.C.

Aug. 22 – Zoetropolis – Lancaster, Pa.

Aug. 24 – The Broadberry – Richmond, Va.

Aug. 25 – Visulite Theatre – Charlotte, N.C.

Aug. 26 – The Grey Eagle – Asheville, N.C.

Aug. 27 – Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, Ky.

Aug. 28 – Sacred Rose Festival – Bridgeview, Ill.

Sept. 8 – Mohawk – Austin, Texas

Sept. 9 – Deep Ellum Art Company – Dallas

Sept. 10 – Last Concert Cafe – Houston

Sept. 12 – The Historic Lobo Theater – Albuquerque, N.M.

Sept. 13 – 191 Toole – Tucson, Ariz.

Sept. 14 – Belly Up Tavern – Solana Beach, Calif.

Sept. 15 – Teragram Ballroom – Los Angeles

Sept. 16 – Whale Rock Music Festival – Templeton, Calif.

Sept. 17 – Whale Rock Music Festival – Templeton, Calif.

Sept. 18 – Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Fest – Felton, Calif.

Sept. 21 – Lucky You Lounge – Spokane, Wash.

Sept. 22 – Wild Buffalo House of Music – Bellingham, Wash.

Sept. 23 – Nectar Lounge – Seattle

Sept. 24 – Aladdin Theater, Portland, Ore.

Sept. 25 – Sessions Music Hall – Eugene, Ore.

Sept. 30 – Hillberry Music Festival – The Harvest Moon – Eureka Springs, Ark.

Oct. 28 – Suwannee Hulaween – Live Oak, Fla.