John Prine released The Tree of Forgiveness this year, which was his first album of original material in over a decade and has made the year-end lists of NPR, Uncut, Rough Trade and more. If you haven't listened you can stream the LP below. He also recently appeared on CBS Sunday Morning to talk about his new album and career, and you can watch that below as well.

Having spent most of 2018 on tour, including a big NYC show at Radio City Music Hall with Sturgill Simpson, John will not be slowing down next year, and has just announced more tour dates that have him out through December 2019, including more North American shows this spring and summer. There are two new NYC-area dates: Port Chester's Capitol Theatre on April 12 and Brooklyn's Kings Theatre on April 13. Tickets for Kings and The Cap and Kings go on sale Friday, December 14 at 10 AM and noon, respectively, with presales starting December 12.

John will also be hosting his own music festival in the Dominican Republic in November 2019 with Jason Isbell, Amanda Shires, Iris Dement, and more. All dates are listed below.

December 7—Toronto, ON—Sony Centre for the Performing Arts (with Langhorne Slim)
December 8—London, ON—Centennial Hall (with Langhorne Slim) SOLD OUT
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) SOLD OUT
December 31—Nashville, TN—Opry House (with Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats and special guest Iris DeMent) SOLD OUT
February 27—Auckland, New Zealand—Bruce Mason Centre (with Tyler Childers)
February 28—Christchurch, New Zealand—Isaac Theatre Royal (with Tyler Childers)
March 2—Wellington, New Zealand—TSB Arena (with Tyler Childers)
March 5—Brisbane, Australia—The Tivoli (with Tyler Childers)
March 7—Melbourne, Australia—Palais Theatre (with Tyler Childers)
March 9—Sydney, Australia—State Theatre (with Tyler Childers)
April 5—Atlanta, GA—Atlanta Symphony Hall
April 6—La Grange, GA—Sweetland Amphitheatre
April 12—Port Chester, NY—The Capitol Theatre
April 13—Brooklyn, NY—King Theatre
May 17—St. Louis, MO—Stifel Theatre
May 18—Springfield, MO—Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts
May 24—Appleton, WI—Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
May 25—Madison, WI—Overture Center for the Arts
May 31—Minneapolis, MN—Cyrus Northrop Memorial Auditorium
June 1—Duluth, MN—Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
June 8—Highland Park, IL—Ravinia
June 21—Buffalo, NY—Shea’s Performing Arts Center
June 23—Tappan, NY—Rockland-Bergen Music Festival
July 13—Center City, KY—Lu-Ray Park & Amphitheater
July 28—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre with the Colorado Symphony (with I’m With Her)
July 30—Red Butte, CO—Red Butte Gardens
August 4—Seattle, WA—Seattle Zoo
August 6—Vancouver, BC—Queen Elizabeth Theatre (with Kathleen Edwards)
August 8—Banff, AB—Shaw Amphitheatre (with Kathleen Edwards)
August 9—Calgary, AB—Jack Singer Concert Hall (with Kathleen Edwards)
August 25—Tonder, Denmark—Tonder Festival
August 23—Gävle, Sweden—Gävle Konserthus
August 27—Oslo, Norway—Oslo Konsurthus
August 30—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Paradiso
August 31—Deurne, Belgium—Openluchttheater Rivierenhof
September 2—Paris, France—Alhambra Theatre Music Hall
September 6—London, U.K.—Royal Festival Hall
September 8—Edinburgh, U.K.—Edinburgh Festival Theatre
September 9—Manchester, U.K.—Bridgewater Hall
October 9—Oakland, CA—Fox Theater
November 11-15—Punta Cana, Dominican Republic—All The Best Fest
December 6—Orlando, FL—Bob Carr Theater
December 7—Clearwater, FL—Ruth Eckerd Hall

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