Baroness Book New US Tour Dates

Progressive stoner metal band, Baroness, have just added a new run of US tour dates, kicking off May 31st in Portland, ME, to be followed by a European leg. Both come in support of their latest album, Stone, with the EU/UK shows being their first of the album cycle in the region. Tickets for the newly announced US dates are on-sale April 26th, at 10 a.m. local time, and European tickets are on sale now. Head into the article below for full live listings.

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We are gearing up for our first big summer tour in the U.S. in five years, and we’re incredibly excited to be playing so many cities that we have never played before, and returning to so many that we haven’t spent nearly enough time visiting. Come out and join us! Till the wheels fall off.” – Baroness

The band is also offering a Stone pre-show experience, which includes one general admission ticket, a three-song pre-show acoustic performance, one exclusive art print (printed by Nightswim), a Baroness slipmat, commemorative VIP laminate, the ability to have two Baroness items signed, and early entry to the venue, as well as a dedicated VIP host.

Baroness – U.S. Summer Tour dates:
May 31 Portland, ME State Theatre
June 1 Norwalk, CT District Music Hall
June 2 Rochester, NY Essex
June 4 Grand Rapids, MI The Pyramid Scheme
June 5 Indianapolis, IN The Vogue Theatre
June 7 Madison, WI Majestic Theatre
June 8 Palatine, IL Durty Nellie’s
June 9 Chicago, IL House of Blues
June 10 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s
June 12 Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck
June 14 Memphis, TN Growlers
June 15 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
June 17 Little Rock, AR The Hall
June 18 Nashville, TN The Basement East
June 19 Birmingham, AL Saturn
June 21 Richmond, VA The Broadberry
June 22 Charlottesville, VA The Jefferson Theater
June 23 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
June 24 Millvale, PA Mr. Small’s Theater
June 26 Patchogue, NY 89 North
June 27 Bensalem, PA Broken Goblet
June 30 Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theater
Sweet Oblivion European tour:
July 24 Vienna, AT Simm City
July 26 Plovdiv, BG Hills of Rock *
July 28 Zagreb, HR Vintage Industrial Bar
July 30 Budapest, HU A38 Ship
August 1 Transylvania, RO Rockstadt Extreme *
August 2 Wacken, DE Wacken Open Air *
August 3 Karlsruhe, DE Substage
August 5 Saarbrucken, DE Garage
August 6 Aschaffenburg, DE Colos-Saal
August 8 Hradec Kralové, CZ Brutal Assault *
August 9 Leipzig, DE Werk 2
August 11 Kortrijk, BE Alcatraz Open Air *
August 13 Nijmegen, NL Doornroosje
August 15 Bristol, UK ArcTanGent *
August 16 Southampton, UK The 1865
August 18 Carhaix, FR Motocultor Festival *
*-Festival appearance

Recorded in a remote cabin on the border of Pennsylvania and New York, Baroness’ self-produced Stone marked a shift for the band, with Baroness self-producing the 10-song album in a departure from their recent collections. At the time of the album announcement, frontman John Baizley explained that “an important through line in Baroness is we don’t like to repeat ourselves. It’s all about the willingness to take risks. So we doubled down on continuously inventing to see where it takes us. I think this record is a good reflection of that. Stone is a lot more alive, more direct.

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Founded in 2003, Baroness is John Baizley (vocals/guitar), Gina Gleason (guitar), Nick Jost (bass) and Sebastian Thomson (drums). The Philadelphia-meets-Brooklyn foursome have released six full-length albums to date: Stone (2023), Gold & Grey (2019), Purple (2015), Yellow & Green (2012), Blue Record (2009), and the Red Album (2007). Throughout their career, they’ve garnered widespread acclaim, with the band’s albums regularly featured on year-end best of lists, and 2017 seeing their first GRAMMY® nomination.

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