The Above & Beyond Acoustic 2020 Tour dates have been announced with select tour stops in North America and London.
Back in 2013, Above & Beyond left fans awestruck when they debuted their acoustic project at a two-night series at the intimate Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Both nights were sold out and featured a 15-piece band accompanied by vocalists including Zoe Johnston, Annie Drury, and Alex Vargas. The showcase was such a hit that the beloved trance group released an entire acoustic album in 2014 titled Acoustic. Again in the spring of 2016, the British electronic trio released another acoustic album titled Acoustic II followed by a world tour. Both top-charting albums featured past hits such as “Alchemy” and “No One On Earth” with an acoustic twist, making for a mesmerizing and beautiful collaboration.
Yesterday, Above & Beyond teased the potential of another acoustic release via Instagram with a cryptic post featuring the hashtag “#ABacoustic.” Shortly thereafter, they officially confirmed an exclusive tour throughout North America and London for the Acoustic III Tour on their Anjunabeats Family Facebook group.
The tour will feature three shows in London, with stops at the famed Alexandra Palace Theatre and the Royal Albert Hall. The North America series of tour stops will including a showcase at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, Radio City Music Hall in New York, The Kennedy Centre in D.C., and a finale at the beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado featuring the world-renowned Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
Pre-sale tickets available from 10am local time on Tuesday, February 11 here.
Above & Beyond Acoustic 2020 Tour dates:
April 24 – Alexandra Palace Theatre – London, UK
April 25 – Alexandra Palace Theatre – London, UK
April 27 – Royal Albert Hall – London, UK
May 17 – The Kennedy Center – Washington DC
May 18 – The Kennedy Center – Washington DC
May 22 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
May 24 – Jacobs Pavillion at Nautica – Cleveland, OH
May 26 – Meridian Hall – Toronto, ON
May 27 – Eglise Saint-Jean-Baptiste – Montreal, QC
May 29 – Radio City Music Hall – NYC, NY
May 30 – Radio City Music Hall – NYC, NY
June 2 – Boch Center Wang Theatre – Boston, MA
June 5 – The Chicago Theatre – Chicago, IL
June 9 – Winspear Opera House – Dallas, TX
June 10 – Winspear Opera House – Dallas, TX
June 12 – Bass Concert Hall – Austin, TX
June 13 – Bass Concert Hall – Austin, TX
June 16 – Sandy Amphitheater – Sandy, UT
June 19 – The Greek Theatre – Berkeley, CA
June 25 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
June 26 – The Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
July 1 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO with Colorado Symphony Orchestra