John Prine’s ‘Tree of Forgiveness’ Out Today

John Prine’s highly anticipated new album, The Tree of Forgiveness, is out today. Released on his own independent label, Oh Boy Records, the album is Prine’s first collection featuring new material in over 13 years and was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Dave Cobb.

In celebration of the release, Prine performed the album’s first single, “Summer’s End,” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” with special guests Sturgill Simpson and Brandi Carlile.

Prine kicked off his extensive nationwide tour with a sold out show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, with additional upcoming dates include May 18 at L.A.’s Ace Theatre, June 15 at Boston’s Wang Theatre, June 30 at Austin’s Bass Hall and October 5 and 6 at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. All tickets are now on-sale. See below for complete details. Every concert ticket sold will include a copy The Tree of Forgiveness (CD only).


April 13—New York, NY—Radio City Music Hall (co-headline with Sturgill Simpson (solo)) (SOLD OUT)

April 14—Philadelphia, PA—Merriam Theatre (with Kurt Vile) (SOLD OUT)

April 25—Milwaukee, WI—Riverside Theatre (with Milk Carton Kids)

April 27—Chicago, IL—Chicago Theatre (with Milk Carton Kids)

April 28—Champaign, IL—Virginia Theatre (with Milk Carton Kids)

May 11—Beaver Dam, KY—Beaver Dam Amphitheater* (with Tyler Childers)

May 12—Indianapolis, IN—Clowes Hall (with Tyler Childers)

May 18—Los Angeles, CA—Ace Theatre (with Sam Outlaw)

May 19—San Diego, CA—Balboa Theatre (with Sam Outlaw)

May 23—Folsom, CA—Harris Center (with Ramblin Jack)

May 24—San Francisco, CA—The Warfield (with Sam Outlaw)

June 1—Vienna, VA—Wolf Trap (with Margo Price)

June 2—Norfolk, VA—Chrysler Hall (with Margo Price)

June 8—Louisville, KY—Palace Theatre (with Colter Wall)

June 9—Cincinnati, OH—Taft Theatre (with Tyler Childers)

June 13—Burlington, VT—Flynn Theatre (with Valerie June)

June 15—Boston, MA—Wang Theatre

June 16—Concord, NH—Capitol Theatre (with Valerie June)

June 29—Dallas, TX—AT&T Center (with Amanda Shires)

June 30—Austin, TX—Bass Hall (with Amanda Shires)

July 14—Somerset, KY—Musicians Festival

July 20—Pittsburgh, PA—Heinz Hall (with Langhorne Slim)

August 2—Glasgow, U.K. – Kelvingrove Bandstand (with John Moreland)

August 3—Birmingham, U.K.—Town Hall (with John Moreland)

August 5—Cambridge, U.K.—Cambridge Folk Festival

August 8—Oslo, Norway—Konserthurst (with Tanya McCole) (SOLD OUT)

August 10—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Paradiso (with Tanya McCole)

August 13—Dublin, Ireland—National Concert Hall (with Tanya McCole)

September 14—Huntsville, AL—Von Braum Center (with Kelsey Waldon)

September 15—Memphis, TN—Orpheum Theatre (with Kelsey Waldon)

September 19—Eugene, OR—Hult Center (with Todd Snider)

September 21—Portland, OR—Schnitzer Theatre (with Todd Snider)

September 22—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre (with Todd Snider)

September 28—Columbus, OH—Ohio Theatre (with Lilly Hiatt)

October 3—Knoxville, TN—Tennessee Theatre (with Kelsey Waldon)

October 5—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium

October 6—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium

November 7—Breckenridge, CO—Riverwalk Center (with Nathaniel Rateliff) (SOLD OUT)

November 8—Grand Junction, CO—Avalon Theatre (with Nathaniel Rateliff) (SOLD OUT)

November 10—Denver, CO—Buell Center (with Nathaniel Rateliff)

November 16—Kansas City, MO—Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland (with Conor Oberst)

November 17—Omaha, NE—Opheum Theatre (with Conor Oberst)

December 12—Las Vegas, NV—Westgate Theatre (with John Paul White)

December 14—Phoenix, AZ—Celebrity Theatre (with John Paul White)

December 15—Tucson, AZ—Fox Theatre (with John Paul White)

*tickets excluded from album bundle

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