With Park City Song Summit, organizers have set out to accomplish one thing over the course of September 7-10: redefine the live music experience.
Live performances are a major ingredient of the Song Summit, but this intimate mountain retreat for music lovers orbits around the minute details of the creative process itself—the why and how music comes about, struggles and breakthroughs alike—in an open dialog with the finest songcrafters of our modern age.
Tré Burt is announcing his first national headline tour coming off of his busy and buzzing 2021 including the release of his sophomore album, You, Yeah You, on Oh Boy Records. The past year saw Tré Burt touring the country with Nathaniel Rateliff, Shakey Graves, and Katie Pruitt as well as critically acclaimed appearances at the storied Newport Folk Festival. Find Burt’s Sweet Misery Tour dates in bold below.
Tré Burt is announcing a run of home state shows coming off of his buzzing week at Americanafest in Nashville. Burt will be playing Gold Digger’s in L.A. and Amado’s in San Francisco ahead of his tour with Katie Pruitt later this year, which will cover the Midwest and east coast. Find those tour dates below and check out Burt’s conversation with Adia Victoria on today’s episode of Call & Response.
Tré Burt Tour Dates 2021
Tré Burt is the newest artist to sign to John Prine’s Oh Boy Records, following a serendipitous discovery, Oh Boy’s Jody Whelan found Tré Burt’s music and was immediately enamored. Following Burt’s showcase at Americana Fest in Nashville, he has now become one of only two artists who have been signed to Oh Boy Records in the past 15 years, both signings in 2019. Today they’ve shared the video for the title track from Tré’s debut album Caught It From The Rye.