ALO announces: A Tour d’Amour Digital Event

Article Contributed by Lucky Man Management | Published on Wednesday, February 17, 2021

When ALO walked off stage at San Francisco’s historic Warfield Theatre on March 7th, 2020, little did they know that it would be one of the last shows together on stage for nearly a year. While it is still unsafe to hold shows at their favorite venues in California and beyond, the band will gather on private property in Northern California on Saturday February 27th for a special one-off - “BBQ d’Amour: Coming To You Live and Together With Love!” - a two-set "pay-what-you-want" live stream starting at 1pm PST. The band will play songs from their expansive catalog that has brought fans out each year for their Tour d'Amour shows over the last 15 years.

Tickets can be pre-purchased at :

The band couldn’t wait to get together, so they recorded a remote version of fan favorite “Maria” to help announce the show:

About ALO

ALO is a lot of things. Put simply, it’s a rock band, a family, an artistic outlet, a community, a business. But that only scratches the surface of this 3O-year musical vision-quest. ALO is an adventure, it’s a Spring break road trip to Colorado, it’s an all-night drive from Salt Lake City to San Jose. It’s the comfort of hanging out with life-long friends, of relaxing on a couch and finding treasures hidden in its cushions. It’s a coffee table full of amazing books on art, philosophy and music. It feels old and new, fresh and classic. It holds tension and dreams and possibility in its folds. It hopes to unveil something magical, something unheard of, something the world needs. It smells of super burritos and vans full of lemons, old bongs and epic hikes. It’s a sound of growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s a sound of northern California, with sprinkles of Santa Barbara and Augusta, Georgia. It was born of childhood friendships, of shared destinies, of inside jokes and of a desire to make people happy. It’s not for everyone, although it tries to be. It wants you to love and share in its vision. It’s long and meandering, then suddenly sharp, abrupt!  It’s feral and clever, and it means you no harm. It’s love and freedom, collected and catalogued, then released back into the wilds from whence it came, over and over again. It’s an orchestrated liberation of our animal soul.