Thompson Square Plan Short Acoustic Tour
Thompson Square will head out on the road this fall to give fans the opportunity to see them up close and personal in concert. The husband-and-wife duo has announced plans for their This Is Us Tour, a series of intimate, acoustic shows.
Keifer and Shawna Thompson’s first acoustic tour, the This Is Us Tour will give Thompson Square’s fans a completely different live experience than those previously offered by the group. This time around, onstage, it’ll be only the Thompsons, two stools and an acoustic guitar.
“We are beyond excited to announce our very first nationwide acoustic tour and giving our fans a completely different Thompson Square experience,” Keifer Thompson shares in a press release. “We’ll be going back to where it all began while creating a brand-new beginning. It’s going to be a very special tour. Don’t miss it.”
Thompson Square’s This Is Us Tour is scheduled to begin in Salisbury, Mass., on Nov. 2. From there, the duo will head to nine other cities before they play their final show in Johnson Creek, Wis., on Nov. 18. Jake Rose, a Nashville singer-songwriter, will be serve as the opening act during the tour. For more information about the This Is Us Tour and to buy tickets, head to Thompson Square’s official website.
Thompson Square, who left their label in July, are currently recording a new album; Nathan Chapman is producing. Their most recent single is 2016’s “You Make It Look So Good;” the Thompsons welcomed their first child, son Rigney Cooper Thompson, that same year
Thompson Square, 2017 This Is Us Tour Dates:
Nov. 2: Salisbury, Mass. @ Blue Ocean Music Hall
Nov. 3: Great Barrington, Mass. @ Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Nov. 4: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. @ Bardavon 1869 Opera House
Nov. 5: Portland, Maine @ Aura
Nov. 9: State College, Pa. @ State Theatre
Nov. 10: Hanover, Pa. @ Eichelberger Performing Arts Center
Nov. 11: Millville, N.J. @ Levoy Theatre
Nov. 16: Cincinnati, Ohio @ Live at the Ludlow Garage
Nov. 17: Platteville, Wis. @ University of Wisconsin
Nov. 18: Johnson Creek, Wis. @ Gobbler Theater
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