Thundercat will remain on tour throughout the rest of 2017 in support of his latest album, Drunk. 

Thundercat will remain on tour throughout the rest of 2017 in support of his latest album, Drunk

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The incredibly talented jazz fusion bassist and singer known as Thundercat has unveiled his summer and fall tour schedule for the rest of 2017. Fresh off his appearance at Coachella and multiple cameos on Kendrick Lamar’s Grammy-winning To Pimp A Butterfly LP, the bassist will be staying on the road throughout the rest of the year in support of his own well-received 2017 album, Drunk.

The newly announced dates for Thundercat, real name Stephen Bruner, join a mix of previously announced tour appearances mixed in throughout the months of June until November, including the Roots Picnic, Glastonbury, FYF Festival and Outside Lands. The new dates include his own headlining shows throughout North America following a run of European gigs in June, with notable upcoming performances at The Greek Theatre with Beck, and New York’s brand new Brooklyn Steel on Sept. 30.

Since starting his career in the early 2000s, Thundercat has helped re-introduce fusion forms of jazz mixed in with R&B and hip-hop to mainstream audiences as part of a thriving scene coming out of Los Angeles alongside artists like Kamasi Washington, Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar.

Tickets for the newly announced shows will be going on sale starting this Friday, May 19. Fans can purchase select tickets to his upcoming tour by clicking here.

Thundercat 2017 Tour Dates:
May 29 – Detroit, MI - Movement Electronic Music Fest
June 3 – Philadelphia, PA - The Roots Picnic
June 5 – Toronto, ON - Field Trip
June 17 – Barcelona, ES - Sonar Festival
June 18 – Hilvarenbeek, NL - Best Kept Secret Festival
June 20 – Warsaw, PL - Progresja
June 22 – Vienna, AT - Arena Open Air
June 24 – Glastonbury, UK - Glastonbury Festival
June 25 – Chicago, IL - Mamby on the Beach
July 14 – Berkeley, CA - The Greek Theatre*
July 16 – Pemberton, BC - Pemberton Music Festival
July 21 – Seattle, WA - Capitol Hill Block Party
July 22 – Los Angeles, CA - FYF Festival
July 23 – London, UK - Afropunk Festival
July 30 – Yuzawa, JP - Fuji Rock Festival
Aug. 11 – San Francisco, CA - Outside Lands Festival
Aug. 26 – Brooklyn, NY - Afropunk Festival
Aug. 30 – Tucson, AZ - Club Congress
Aug. 31 – Phoenix, AZ - The Van Buren
Sept. 2 – Pomona, CA - The Glass House
Sept. 5 – Arcata, CA - Humboldt State University
Sept. 6 – Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom (Click Here For Tickets)
Sept. 8 - Atlanta, GA - One Music Festival
Sept. 11 – Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory
Sept. 12 – Boise, ID - Knitting Factory
Sept. 14 - Denver, CO - The Ogden (Click Here For Tickets)
Sept. 15 – Mishawaka, CO - Mishawaka Amphitheatre
Sept. 16 – Omaha, NE - The Slowdown
Sept. 17 – Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue
Sept. 19 – Madison, WI - Majestic Theatre
Sept. 20 – Lawrence, KS - The Granada Theatre
Sept. 21 – Champaign, IL - Pygmalion
Sept. 25 – Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
Sept. 29 – Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
Sept. 30 – Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel (Click Here For Tickets)
Oct. 3 – Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel
Oct. 4 – Columbia, SC - Music Farm
Oct. 6 – New Orleans, LA - Tipitina’s
Oct. 7 – Austin, TX - Austin City Limits Music Festival
Oct. 8 – Baton Rouge, LA - The Varsity Theatre
Oct. 10 – Orlando, FL - The Beacham Theatre
Oct. 13 – Miami, FL - iii Points Festival
Nov. 14 – Glasgow, UK - ABC
Nov. 15 – Manchester, UK - Albert Hall
Nov. 16 – London, UK - Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Nov. 17 – Amsterdam, NL - Paradiso
Nov. 19 – Antwerp, BE - Roma
Nov. 21 – Paris, FR - Elysee Montmartre
* w/ Beck