Shovels & Rope announce 2019 headlining dates and upcoming concert film
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Shovels & Rope has a double shot of good news for fans. The husband and wife duo will hit the road for a headline tour in September and will also release their first-ever concert film "Shovels & Rope: The Movie," Aug. 2.

The fall romp will be in support of the pair's latest studio album By Blood, which dropped April 12 via Dualtone. The 20-city trek through North America will keep the veteran folk-rockers busy through October and early November.

The By Blood Tour kicks off with a hometown stop in Charleston, Oct. 3. Other major city stops include Boston's Royale (Tickets), New York's Brooklyn Steel (Tickets), and Philadelphia's Union Transfer (Tickets), before wrapping up Nov. 6 in  Nashville at Ryman Auditorium.

Select presales for the fall tour will start on July 17. Tickets go on sale to the public on July 19. 

"Shovels & Rope: The Movie" will be available in digital format only on Aug. 2. The package includes the movie, a performance-only cut of the film, as well as ten bonus songs. Fans can check out the trailer for the concert film above.

Shovels & Rope 2019 fall tour
Oct.  3  – Charleston, SC –  Music Farm
Oct.  5  – Charleston, SC  –  Charleston Music Hall
Oct.  8 – Wilmington, NC –  Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Oct.  11  – Boston, MA  –  Royale (Tickets)
Oct.  12  –  Brooklyn, NY  –   Brooklyn Steel (Tickets)
Oct.  13  – Philadelphia, PA –  Union Transfer (Tickets)
Oct.  15  –  Toronto, ON  –   The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Oct.  16  –  Columbus, OH  –   Newport Music Hall
Oct.  19  –  Maquoketa, IA  –  Codfish Hollow Barnstormers
Oct.  20  –  Minneapolis, MN  –  First Avenue
Oct.  23  –  Salt Lake City, UT  –  The Commonwealth Room
Oct.  25  –  Vancouver, BC  –   The Commodore Ballroom
Oct.  26  –  Seattle, WA  –  Neptune Theatre
Oct.  27 – Portland, OR –  Crystal Ballroom
Oct.  29 – San Francisco, CA –  The Fillmore
Oct.  30 – Los Angeles, CA –  The Regent Theater
Nov. 1  –  Santa Fe, NM  –  Meow Wolf
Nov. 2 – Austin, TX –  Scoot Inn
Nov. 3 – Dallas, TX –  Granada Theater
Nov. 6 – Nashville, TN –  Ryman Auditorium