Wilco tickets, dates announced for 2019 North American fall tour

 Wilco fans hoping to catch them on their return from a year-long hiatus are in luck, as the band has just announced a number of new stops on their previously announced fall tour.

The new dates will keep the band on the road through November and include stops in Ann ArborBrooklynKansas City and Denver. Tickets for select shows are on sale now right here on AXS, and AXS Premium seating is also available.

When the tour wraps up, Wilco will host their own music festival, Sky Blue Sky, in Mexico, and new music may follow--the band recently debuted new songs at Solid Sound, and frontman Jeff Tweedy has dropped some hints about new material. Tweedy also spoke to Rolling Stone recently about the benefits of the band's hiatus.

"I think [the hiatus] revitalized everyone's energy for the band, and our interest in pushing forward and not just resting on some past output," he said. "Everybody in the band is pretty ambitious. It’s good to let go of something that’s a huge, identifying part of your life, and realize that you still have a deep affection for it and a deep interest in having it be a living, breathing entity capable of surprising you."

Although this tour is Wilco's first since 2017, Tweedy kept busy in the meantime, releasing a memoir and two solo albums, Warm and Warmer.

Wilco's full tour schedule is as follows.

Oct. 8 — Toronto, ON — Budweiser Stage
Oct. 10 — Boston, MA — Boch Center Wang Theatre
Oct. 11 — Boston, MA — Boch Center Wang Theatre
Oct. 12 — New York, NY — Radio City Music Hall (Tickets)
Oct. 13 — Brooklyn, NY — Brooklyn Steel (Tickets)
Oct. 15 — Washington, DC — The Anthem
Oct. 16 — Cary, NC — Koka Booth Amphitheatre
Oct. 18 — Atlanta, GA — Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
Oct. 19 — Birmingham, AL — Alabama Theatre
Oct. 20 — Nashville, TN — Grand Ole Opry House (Tickets)
Oct. 22 — Tulsa, OK — Cain’s Ballroom
Oct. 23 — Irving, TX — The Pavilion at the Toyota Music Factory
Oct. 25 — Houston, TX — Revention Music Center
Oct. 26 — Austin, TX — ACL Live at the Moody Theater
Oct. 27 — Austin, TX — ACL Live at the Moody Theater
Nov. 4 — Grand Rapids — 20 Monroe Live
Nov. 5 —Ann Arbor, MI — Hill Auditorium (Tickets)
Nov. 6 — Pittsburgh, PA — Heinz Hall
Nov. 8 — Charlottesville, VA — Sprint Pavilion
Nov. 9 — Cincinnati, OH — Taft Theatre
Nov. 10 — Columbus, OH — Palace Theatre
Nov. 12 — Indianapolis, IN — The Murat Theatre
Nov. 13 — Louisville, KY — The Louisville Palace
Nov. 14 — St. Louis, MO — Fabulous Fox Theatre
Nov. 15 — Cedar Rapids, IA — Paramount Theatre
Nov. 17 — Kansas City, MO — Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland (Tickets)
Nov. 19 — Denver, CO — Mission Ballroom (Tickets)
Nov. 20 — Omaha, NE — Orpheum Theatre