Bonnie Raitt Adds to 2024 ‘Just Like That’ Tour

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Bonnie Raitt has announced the fall dates of her 2024 tour in support of her 2022 studio album, Just Like That… The singer-songwriter returns to the live stage this spring with a new leg of the tour, that saw her do 75 concerts in 2022 and another 50 in 2023. Tickets for the new dates, with support by James Hunter, will be available to the general public on Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. local time, here and here. On Feb. 5, 2023, Raitt was the surprise winner of the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for the album’s title track, “Just Like That,” one of three she earned in February. “I don’t write a lot of songs,” she said in her acceptance speech. “But I’m so proud that you appreciate this one.” It also won Song of the Year at the Americana Music Awards in September.

Just Like That… was recorded in the summer of 2021 in Sausalito, Calif. The players include two longtime members of Raitt’s band, bassist James “Hutch” Hutchinson and drummer Ricky Fataar, as well as two new musicians, Canadian Glenn Patscha on keyboards and backing vocals and Nashville guitarist Kenny Greenberg. Her longtime guitarist/songwriting partner George Marinelli also joined in, playing and singing on “Livin’ for the Ones,” the song they co-wrote for the album.

Raitt took the producer reins once again, reuniting with her favorite recording and mixing engineer, Ryan Freeland, for their third collaboration. (They each earned Grammy Awards for Raitt’s 2012 release, Slipstream). Raitt turned 74 on Nov 8, 2023.

Watch Raitt and her topnotch band perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2022

Bonnie Raitt 2024 Tour (Tickets are available here and here)
Apr 26 – Lancaster, PA – American Music Theatre
Apr 27 – Wilkes Barre, PA – F.M. Kirby Center For Perf. Arts
Apr 29 – Pittsburgh, PA – Heinz Hall
May 01 – Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Theatre
May 02 – Montgomery, AL – Montgomery PAC
May 07 – Macon, GA – Macon City Auditorium
May 09 – North Charleston, SC – North Charleston PAC
May 11 – Athens, GA – Classic Center (rescheduled from May 17, 2023)
May 29 – Baltimore, MD – The Lyric
May 31 – Washington, DC – Warner Theatre
Jun 01 – Washington, DC – Warner Theatre
Jun 04 – Albany, NY – Palace Theatre
Jun 05 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Hall at NJPAC
Jun 07 – Philadelphia, PA – The Met
Jun 08 – Westbury, NY – NYCB Theatre at Westbury
Jun 11 – Hyannis, MA – Cape Cod Melody Tent
Jun 12 – Portland, ME – Merrill Auditorium
Jun 14 – Bridgeport, CT – Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater
Jun 15 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway
Jun 18 – Hampton, NY – Casino Ballroom
Jun 19 – Burlington, VT – Flynn Center
Jun 21 – Lewiston, NY – Artpark Mainstage Theater
Jun 22 – Akron, OH – Akron Civic Theatre
Jun 25 – Toledo, OH – Stranahan Theater
Jun 28 – Peoria, IL – Peoria Civic Center Theater
Jun 29 – St. Louis, MO – Stifel Theatre

Sep 06 – Prescott Valley, AZ – Findlay Toyota Center
Sep 07 – Tucson, AZ – Linda Ronstadt Music Hall
Sep 10 – San Diego, CA – Humphreys Concerts by the bay
Sep 11 – San Diego, CA – Humphreys Concerts by the bay
Sep 13 – Indio, CA – Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Sep 14 – Costa Mesa, CA – Pacific Amphitheatre (on sale 2/10)
Sep 17 – Thousand Oaks, CA – Bank of America PAC
Sep 18 – Paso Robles, CA – Vina Robles Amphitheatre
Sep 20 – Saratoga, CA – Mountain Winery (on sale TBA)
Sep 21 – Saratoga, CA – Mountain Winery (on sale TBA)
Sep 26 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
Sep 27 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater
Sep 29 – Redding, CA – Redding Civic Auditorium
Oct 01 – Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Oct 02 – Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Oct 04 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
Oct 05 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
Oct 08 – Eugene, OR – Hult Center
Nov 06 – Houston, TX – Hobby Center for the Perf. Arts
Nov 09 – Huntsville, AL – Von Braun Center
Nov 11 – Nashville, TN – Opry House
Nov 13 – Charleston, WV – The Clay Center
Nov 15 – Roanoke, VA – Berglund Perf. Arts Theatre
Nov 16 – Norfolk, VA – Chrysler Hall
Nov 19 – Durham, NC – DPAC
Nov 20 – Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Nov 22 – Jacksonville, FL – Moran Theatre at Jacksonville PAC
Nov 23 – Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall
Nov 25 – West Palm Beach, FL – Kravis Center for the Perf. Arts

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After a 20-year career, Raitt broke through to the top in the early 90s with her Grammy Award-winning albums, Nick of Time and Luck of the Draw, which featured the hits, “Something To Talk About” and “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” among others. The 13-time Grammy winner was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. She is also the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy. Her recordings are available to order here.

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  1. Baybluesman
    #1 Baybluesman 6 April, 2022, 23:52

    Saw Bonnie Raitt at Merriweather Post Pavilion, on her “Silver Lining” Tour, with Lyle Lovett and His Large Band as the opener, during the Summer of 2002, but haven’t seen her since.

    She was in great instrumental form and voice then, so hoping she still has her edge for this tour.

    I plan to see her at the Wolf Trap in June, so if anyone sees Ms. Raitt at an earlier show, hope you check back, and let us know your thoughts.

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  2. Tom
    #2 Tom 24 October, 2023, 07:33

    I’ve seen her twice and she’s one of a kind. 5 Stars on all counts! I’ll see her in North Charleston SC! Can’t wait!

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  3. Maxwell
    #3 Maxwell 24 October, 2023, 11:45

    Why won’t she come out West? Idaho Utah Wyoming. Granted it’s a ways between gigs but the reception for her and her band would be Phenomenal ! We like quality music out here too!

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