Judah & The Lion have added more dates to their upcoming Pep Talks Worldwide Tour that is kicking off in Glasgow on July 16th. Additional dates include stops in Memphis, Providence, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Montreal, Madison, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, and Spokane.

The tour is in support of Judah & The Lion’s critically acclaimed third studio album Pep Talks. The album features appearances from Jon Bellion and Grammy Album of the Year Winner Kacey Musgraves.

The band just yesterday released the stop motion music video for the heartbreakingly honest track “Why Did You Run?” Based in the raw storytelling of the band’s front man, Judah Akers, the track represents the authenticity that draws fans to the group.

Full tour dates are available below, you can find the most up to date information on Judah & The Lion here.


Festival Appearance Dates

June 22 @ A Rally Cry Summer Night in Toronto, ON
June 26 @ Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI
July 12 @ Forecastle Festival @ Louisville, KY
July 20 @ Latitude Festival in Suffolk, UK
July 21 @ Lollapalooza Paris in Paris, FR
August 2 @ Lollapalooza Aftershow in Chicago, IL
August 3 @ Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL
August 11 @ Outside Lands in San Francisco, CA
August 18 @ Woodstock Music Festival in Watkin’s Glen, NY
October 5 @ Austin City Limits in Austin, TX
October 12 @ Austin City Limits in Austin, TX

Pep Talks World Tour Dates

July 16 @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, UK
July 17 @ Workman’s Club in Dublin, IE
July 19 @ Oslo in London, UK
July 24 @ Paradiso (Upstairs Hall) in Amsterdam, NL
July 25 @ Knust in Hamburg, DE
July 26 @ Lido in Berlin, DE
July 27 @ Hwitans Tradgarg in Falkenberg, SE
July 28 @ Fafangan in Stockholm, SE
August 9 @ Memphis Botanical Gardens in Memphis, TN
August 10 @ Starlight Amphitheatre in Kansas City, MO
August 13 @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO
August 14 @ Pinewood Bowl in Lincoln, NE
August 16 @ Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River Park in Indianapolis, IN
August 17 @ Jacob’s Pavilion at Nautica in Cleveland, OH
August 21 @ Legacy Arena at the BJCC in Birmingham, AL
August 22 @ Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre in Charlotte, NC
August 23 @ Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, NC
August 24 @ Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, TN
September 5 @ Express Live! in Columbus, OH
September 6 @ Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA
September 8 @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC
September 12 @ The Anthem in Washington, DC
September 13 @ The Met in Philadelphia, PA
September 14 @ House of Blues in Boston, MA
September 15 @ The Strand in Providence, RI
September 19 @ Rapids Theater in Niagara Falls, NY
September 20 @ Terminal 5 in New York, NY
September 21 @ Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON
September 22 @ Corona Theatre in Montreal, QC
September 26 @ The Sylvee in Madison, WI
September 27 @ 20 Monroe Live in Grand Rapids, MI
September 28 @ The Fillmore in Detroit, MI
October 1 @ The Pageant in St. Louis, MO
October 2 @ The Pageant in St. Louis, MO
October 3 @ Brady Theater in Tulsa, OK
October 4 @ Jones Assembly in Oklahoma City, OK
October 9 @ The Fillmore at Harrah’s New Orleans in New Orleans, LA
October 15 @ The Union in Salt Lake City, UT
October 16 @ The Van Buren in Phoenix, AZ
October 17 @ The Observatory in San Diego, CA
October 18 @ The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA
October 21 @ Roseland Theatre in Portland, OR
October 22 @ Knitting Factory in Spokane, WA
October 23 @ The Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA
October 24 @ The Orpheum in Vancouver, BC
October 26 @ MacEwan Hall in Calgary, AB
October 27 @ Union Hall in Edmonton, AB
October 31 @ Palace Theatre in St. Paul, MN
November 7 @ House of Blues in Orlando, FL
November 8 @ Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, GA