Here in New England, we have an unfortunate history of having to cancel or postpone shows when blizzards roll into town and render the roads (and MBTA) useless. In ZZ Ward’s case, however, the blues singer will be providing the mid-winter maelstrom that everyone is begging for on her upcoming “The Storm” tour next year.

After touring with Kaleo, Ward’s headlining tour in 2018 will tout her latest album, which dropped in June.

Ward released her 2018 North American tour dates yesterday (October 24), detailing a 25-stop trek that starts on January 20 in Salt Lake City and runs through March 11, where the tour caps off Los Angeles at the Fonda Theater. The tour includes a concert in Boston at the Paradise Rock Club on February 17 around the middle of the tour, and we can only hope the weather holds up.

The winter feels worlds away in our current pre-Halloween bliss, but tickets go on sale this Friday (October 27).

Peep the full schedule below:

ZZ Ward: 2018 The Storm Tour
January 20: Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
February 1: Ft. Collins, CO Aggie Theatre
February 2: Englewood, CO Gothic Theatre
February 3: Boulder, CO Fox Theatre
February 5: Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
February 6: Madison, WI Majestic Theatre
February 8: Minneapolis, MN First Ave
February 9: Chicago, IL House of Blues
February 10: Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
February 12: Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
February 13: Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
February 15: New York, NY Irving Plaza
February 16: Washington, DC 9:30 Club
February 17: Boston, MA Paradise Club
February 19: South Burlington, VT Higher Ground Ballroom
February 20: Montreal, QC Club Soda
February 21: Toronto, ON Mod Club
February 28: Clearwater, FL Clearwater Sea-Blue Festival
March 3: Seattle, WA The Showbox
March 4: Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
March 6: Sacramento, CA Ace of Spades
March 7: San Francisco, CA The Regency Ballroom
March 9: Phoenix, AZ Crescent Ballroom
March 10: San Diego, CA House of Blues
March 11: Los Angeles, CA Fonda Theatre

Featured photo by Gus Black.

 

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