LETTUCE Announces RAGE!FEST 2020 – 5th Annual Jazz Fest After Show

ETTUCE, whose latest album Elevate is nominated for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album at the GRAMMY® Awards later this month, have revealed the details for RAGE!FEST 2020, the acclaimed band’s annual Jazz Fest After Show in New Orleans. The 5th annual event will take place Saturday, April 25th at the Orpheum Theater and feature support from The Motet and Louis Cole Big Band. Tickets are available now; CLICK HERE for details and to purchase.

“We couldn’t be more excited for our 5th annual Rage!Fest this year in New Orleans during Jazz Fest!,” shares Lettuce. “We have our good friends The Motet with us. We will also have the Louis Cole Big Band, which should be really, really awesome, if you are not familiar. There is always something special about Jazz Fest…and we never know which of our musical friends might spontaneously join us.”

Lettuce resumes its headlining Elevate Tour on January 22nd in Tulsa. See below for all upcoming tour dates and visit www.lettucefunk.com for ticketing details, including VIP information to Elevate the experience.

LETTUCE – UPCOMING TOUR DATES:

North America

January 17                         Cancun, Mexico @ Dead & Company’s Playing In the Sand

January 22                         Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom

January 23                         Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

January 24                         Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Bar-B-Q

January 25                         Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater

January 28                         Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom

January 29                         Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall

January 30                         McKees Rocks, PA @ Roxian Theatre

January 31                         Harrisburg, PA @ XL Live

February 1                         New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall

February 14-15                Punta Gorda, FL @ Funk Fest Punta Gorda

February 16                      Miami Beach, FL @ GroundUP Music Festival

Europe

February 18                      Glasgow, UK @ Oran Mor

February 19                      London, UK @ Heaven

February 20                      Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso Noord

February 21                      Dortmund, Germany @ Musiktheater Piano

February 22                      Brussels, Belguim @ Ancienne Belgique

February 24                      Esch-sur-alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal

February 25                      Paris, France @ New Morning

February 27                      Madrid, Spain @ Sala Clamores

February 28                      Barcelona, Spain @ La Nau Locales De Ensayo

February 29                      Arles, France @ Cargo de Nuit

March 1                               Zurich, Switzerland @ Kaufleuten

March 3                               Savona, Italy @ Raindogs House

March 4                               Milano, Italy @ Santeria Toscana 31

March 5                               Rovereto, Italy @ Auditorium Fausto Melotti

March 6                               Wien, Austria @ WUK

March 7                               Frankfurt, Germany @ Nachtleben

March 9                               Berlin, Germany @ Frannz-Club

March 10                            Hamburg, Germany @ Knust

March 11                            København K, Denmark @ Loppen

March 12                            Oslo, Norway @ Cosmopolite Scene

March 13                            Stockholm, Sweden @ Nalen Klubb

North America

April 24                               Atlanta, GA @ SweetWater 420 Fest

April 25                               New Orleans, LA @ RAGE!FEST at The Orpheum Theater

May 23-24                          Chillicothe, IL @ Summer Camp Music Festival

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