Win Tickets to the 2017 Campfire Caravan Tour!
Bluegrass fans, listen up: The Brothers Comatose, The Lil Smokies and Mipso are headed out on tour together this fall, and The Boot wants to send you to see them. They've dubbed the trek the Campfire Caravan Tour, and one lucky winner will receive a pair of tickets to the stop of their choice during the trek.
The 2017 Campfire Caravan Tour will kick off on Sept. 26 in Billings, Mont., and run through mid-November. A complete list of tour dates is below; if you're entering to win tickets, just make sure you can get yourself to the show, because transportation is not included. The three bands named their fall trek the Campfire Caravan Tour as a nod to their early days playing music -- when they'd play for family and friends pretty much anywhere they could -- and to celebrate the tradition of using music as a reason to gather together.
Earn entries into a drawing for tickets to the Campfire Caravan Tour stop of your choice by following The Boot, The Brothers Comatose, The Lil Smokies and Mipso on Twitter and Instagram, visiting us on Facebook or signing up for our mailing lists. Enter as many times as you want; the more activities you complete, the more entries you earn! After the contest ends on Sept. 17 at 11:59PM ET, we’ll select one winner. Be sure to read The Boot’s official contest rules before entering, and good luck!
The Brothers Comatose, The Lil Smokies and Mipso all have new music to share on tour: The Brothers Comatose will release a brand-new single, "Don't Make Me Get Up and Go," on Sept. 8, while The Lil Smokies' sophomore album, Changing Shades, is due out on Sept. 15. Mipso, meanwhile, shared their new record, Coming Down the Mountain, in April.
2017 Campfire Caravan Tour Dates:
Sept. 26 -- Billings, Mont. @ Pub Station
Sept. 27 -- Bozeman, Mont. @ Emerson Center for Arts & Culture
Sept. 28 -- Missoula, Mont. @ Wilma Theater
Sept. 29 -- Portland, Ore. @ McMenamin's Crystal Ballroom
Sept. 30 -- Seattle, Wash. @ Neumos
Oct. 1 -- Eugene, Ore. @ Hi-Fi Music Hall
Oct. 3 -- Sacramento, Calif. @ Harlow's
Oct. 4 -- Paso Robles, Calif. @ Barrelhouse Brewing Co
Oct. 5 -- Los Angeles, Calif. @ Bootleg Theater
Oct. 6-7 -- San Francisco, Calif. @ Great American Music Hall
Oct. 10 -- Boise, Idaho @ Neurolux
Oct. 11 -- Salt Lake City, Utah @ Urban Lounge
Oct. 12 -- Denver, Colo. @ Ogden Theatre
Oct. 13 -- Colorado Springs, Colo. @ Ivywild School
Oct. 14 -- Ft. Collins, Colo. @ Aggie Theater
Nov. 2 -- Minneapolis, Minn. @ Cedar Cultural Center
Nov. 3 -- Madison, Wis. @ High Noon Saloon
Nov. 4 -- Chicago, Ill. @ Lincoln Hall
Nov. 5 -- Detroit, Mich. @ Otus Supply
Nov. 7 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. @ James Street Ballroom
Nov. 9 -- Boston, Mass. @ Sinclair
Nov. 10 -- New York City @ Bowery Ballroom
Nov. 11 -- Ardmore, Pa. @ Ardmore Music Hall
Nov. 12 -- Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Nov. 14 -- Charlotte, N.C. @Neighborhood Theatre
Nov. 15 -- Nashville, Tenn. @ Mercury Lounge
Nov. 16 -- Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West
Nov. 17 -- Raleigh, N.C. @ Lincoln Theatre
Nov. 18 -- Asheville, N.C. @ Orange Peel
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