The Infamous Stringdusters are preparing to hit the road again after a successful spring tour supporting the Conservation Alliance.

Starting June 13, the quintet will spend the summer supporting their latest album release, 'Let It Go.' The release debuted in April and spent four weeks in the Top 10 on the Americana Radio Chart.

The Stringdusters will travel through Colorado, California, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming and Pennsylvania this summer for gigs, including a set at the Allman Brothers Band's Peach Music Festival and a performance of the national anthem at Coors Field in Colorado in August.

True to the band's past support of the Conservation Alliance, which was founded by outdoor retailers in 1989 to support grassroots environmental organizations, they will play at the organization's 25th Anniversary Party as part of the Outdoor Retailers Summer Market in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Stringdusters will also display their love for the outdoors on their second annual Pickin' on the Middle Fork float down the Middle Ford of the Salmon River in Idaho July 21 - 28. Ticket information for that event is available at

Infamous Stringdusters Summer Tour Dates:

6/13 - Salida, Colo. - FIBArk White Water Festival (FREE)
6/14 - Palisade, Colo. - Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Festival
7/13 - San Luis Obispo, Calif. - Seven Sisters Fest
7/15 - Sacremento, Calif. - Harlow's
7/16 - Santa Cruz, Calif. - Moe's Alley
7/17 - Arcata, Calif - Humboldt Brews
7/18 - North Plains, Ore. - Northwest String Summit
7/19 - Boise, Idaho - Knitting Factory
7/20 - Jackson, Wy. - Concerts in Commons (FREE)
8/8 - Steamboat Springs, Colo. - Howelsen Hill Amphitheater (FREE)
8/9 - Loveland, Colo. - Arise Music Festival
8/16 - Scranton, Penn. - The Peach Music Festival

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