In support of his brand new album, Prisoner, Ryan Adams is headed out on a number of worldwide tour dates in 2017. Support for a number of these concerts will come from Jenny Lewis and Phoebe Bridgers, with dates running from February through September. The tour starts in New York City at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade, and ends in London’s Royal Albert Hall.
In a recent Instagram post, Adams shared his album’s iTunes download numbers from around the world:
Adams is also releasing a special boxset for $150 called the Prisoner: End of the World Edition. The rocker released a special promotional video for this special offer. Watch it right here:
For ticketing information, head over to Adams’ official website. Here are Adams’ 2017 tour dates:
Ryan Adams’ 2017 tour:
February 18 in New York, NY at Rough Trade.
February 20 in Longbeach, CA at Fingerprints Music.
February 22 in Los Angeles, CA at Amoeba Records.
March 5 and 6 in Richmond, VA at The National.
March 8 in Columbia, SC at Township Auditorium.
March 9 in North Charleston, SC at North Charleston Performing Arts Center.
March 10 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL at The Parker Playhouse.
March 12 in Tampa, FL at Gasparilla Music Festival.
March 14 in New Orleans, LA at Orpheum Theater
May 3 in New York, NY at Beacon Theatre.
May 7 in Portland, ME at State Theatre.
May 9 in Toronto, ON at Massey Hall.
May 10 in Boston, MA at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion.
May 12 in Columbia, MD at Merriweather Post Pavilion.
May 14 in Atlanta, GA at Shaky Knees Music Festival.
May 20 in Auckland, NZ at Civic Theatre.
May 23 in Brisbane, AU at The Tivoli.
May 26 in Melbourne, AU at Margaret Court Arena.
May 27 in Sydney, AU at Hordern Pavilion.
June 1 in Santa Barbara, CA at Granada Theater.
June 2 in Berkeley, CA at Greek Theatre.
June 3 in Los Angeles, CA at Greek Theatre.
June 18 in Salt Lake City, UT at Eccles Theater.
June 20 in Morrison, CO at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
June 22 in Calgary, AB at Jubilee.
June 23 in Edmonton, AB at Jubilee.
June 25 in Victoria, BC at Alix Goolden Hall.
June 27 in Vancouver, BC at Orpheum Theater.
June 28 in Seattle, WA at Paramount Theatre.
June 29 in Portland, OR at Edgefield.
July 6 in Lisbon, PT at NOS Alive Festival.
July 7 in Madrid, ES at Mad Cool Festival.
July 8 in Barcelona, ES at Festival Cruilla.
July 29 in St. Paul, MN at Palace Theatre.
July 30 in Milwaukee, WI at Riverside Theatre.
August 1 in St. Louis, MO at The Pageant.
August 4 in Saint Charles, IA at Hinterland Festival.
August 10 in Oslo, NO at Oya Festival.
August 17 in Beacon, UK at Green Man Festival.
September 8 in Belfast, IE at Ulster Hall.
September 9 in Cork, IE at Olympia Theater.
September 11 in Dublin, IE at Olympia Theater.
September 14 in Manchester, UK at O2 Apollo.
September 15 in Edinburgh, UK at Usher Hall.
September 17 in Gateshead, UK at Sage One.
September 18 in Leeds, UK at O2 Academy.
September 22 in London, UK at Royal Albert Hall.
Make sure to check back for more updates on Adams’ tour dates.