Lord Huron Announce Summer 2023 Tour Including Concerts at KettleHouse Amphitheater and The ELM
Critically acclaimed folk rock band Lord Huron will return to Montana for two concerts in 2023, performing at KettleHouse Amphitheater near Missoula on Sunday, May 28th, and The ELM in Bozeman on May 29th. Both shows will feature an opening set from Los Angeles singer-songwriter Allie Crow Buckley.
Lord Huron was created by Los Angeles-based, Michigan-raised, Ben Schneider. After writing and recording two independent EPs (Into the Sun and Mighty) on his own, demand grew for Lord Huron to perform live. Schneider recruited friends Mark Barry (percussion), Miguel Briseño (bass) and Tom Renaud (guitar). Having first played music together at the tender age of 12, the group reunited and quickly hit their stride, transforming the project into a full-fledged band. Fast forward to today…
They’ve released four full-length albums: Lonesome Dreams (2012), Strange Trails (2015), Vide Noir (2018) and Strange Trails (2021). A few of their top songs include “Ends of the Earth,” “Meet Me in the Woods,” and “When the Night is Over,” and 3x platinum-certified “The Night We Met.”
Lord Huron teamed up with Shakey Graves for a fantastic sold-out show at the Amp in 2019 (photos) and we’re planning for another run of packed shows in 2023.
Buckley released her debut album Moonlit and Devious in 2020 to critical acclaim, drawing comparisons to artists like Joni Mitchell and Stevie Nicks. Her haunting vocals and poetic lyrics have earned her a growing fanbase, and she has already shared stages with artists like Andrew Bird and Father John Misty.
PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, Thursday, February 16th. A password will be provided via email after completing the Groove Presale sign up form where it says GET TICKETS below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.
PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets for both shows will go on sale to the general public Friday, Feb. 17th at 10am, and will be available at the Top Hat box office, The ELM box office, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Visit the specific event page below for tickets and more info.
About Lord Huron
I been thinking a lot about the past again. I guess if you know me, that’s nothing new. Yeah, I smell what you’re sniffin’ at: “Oh boy, here goes ol’ Tubbs again, ramblin’ about those good ol’ bygone days of yore.” Well, sure, I’ll allow you that one. Maybe I do tend to take a good hard glance into the rearview before I step my boot on the gas. But don’t we all? Or shouldn’t we, in any case?
It just seems to me that, these days, the past is everywhere you look. Hell, take another peek at that sentence again. The first time you read it is already in the past. Funny how time just keeps clickin’ along. These days, anyway.
So, sometime in what’s now the not-too distant past, I was sittin’ in my usual seat inside Whispering Pines, cozied up to a glass of something cozy, when, from outta nowhere, this particular tune crept into my ear. It was a funny thing, because it immediately felt familiar to me, as a song that creeps into your ear usually has to be—especially for somebody like me who don’t write ’em…I just roll ’em. (You’ve heard me say that one more than a few times, no doubt.) But then the more I thought about it, and the more I listened to this little tune janglin’ around upstairs, I realized that I couldn’t place it as something I’d ever heard before. (And take my word for it: the ol’ upstairs is a titanium steel trap for tunes, even now.) It was a conundrum. Continue reading…