The Lumineers have announced the addition of more dates to the epic arena tour celebrating their landmark album, III, including a stop at San Diego’s Pechanga Arena on Tuesday, August 25. Support acts for the San Diego show include Gregory Alan Isakov and Daniel Rodriguez.
Tickets are on sale now at AXS.com.
III, which was released this past September via Dualtone (an Entertainment One Company) in the U.S. and Canada, and Decca Records for the rest of the world, topped a slew of charts including “Top Current Album,” “Top Independent Album,” “Top LP Album,” “Top Digital Album,” “Alternative Albums,” “Americana Albums” and “Rock Albums” charts. The album has also drawn the best press of the band’s career, with NPR calling it “ambitious,” and the Associated Press writing, “The Lumineers create a stunning album in III.” To top it off, Vulture declared The Lumineers “the biggest folk-rock band on the planet.”
Multiple singles from the 2x GRAMMY® Award-nominated group’s new album have ruled the charts as well. “Gloria,” the first single from III, has proven to be a landmark release for The Lumineers, earning critical acclaim while topping the charts at multi-format radio outlets nationwide, including “Americana,” “Adult Alternative” and “Alternative,” spending six consecutive weeks at #1 on the latter chart in addition to making #1 at AAA Radio. The band’s follow up single, “Life In the City,” topped the AAA Radio chart and is still steadily climbing the Alternative Chart recently reaching the top ten. This marks the seventh consecutive time in the band’s they’ve been top ten at that format, which makes The Lumineers, according to Billboard, tied the for the best career-starting streak in rock airplay history.
The Lumineers wrapped up a busy 2019, which included top-billed sets at such legendary global events as Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, Fuji Rock, Splendour in the Grass, Osheaga Festival Musique et Arts, and Asbury Park, NJ’s Sea.Hear.Now Festival. From there, the band crossed the Atlantic for their biggest European tour to date, with headline shows in countries spanning Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Ireland and the United Kingdom.