Brothers Osborne – We’re Not For Everyone Tour – Kicks Off July 29th in Philly

Brothers Osborne – We’re Not For Everyone Tour – Kicks Off July 29th in Philly

Brothers Osborne are hitting the road this July with the We’re Not For Everyone tour!

Starting in Philadelphia on July 29th at the Skyline Stage at the Mann, the Brothers Osborne will hit 28 states in 5 months!

They will finally be able to bring the music from their ACM Award nominated Album of the YearSkeletons to fans live and in person!

So, are the Brothers in “game shape” for the start of this tour?

TJ admits with a laugh, “I’m not sure we were ever in game shape.” 

John says that after this extended break due to COVID and the quarantine shutdown there is some work that he and TJ might have to do to get ready for the tour, “It’s about just gaining your footing – mostly for us, my brother and I…not so much our band, but like kind of getting back into the shape of being an entertainer. We can get in a room and play, and it’s gonna be good, but you don’t really know how the audience is going to react. There’s a bit of ebb and flow there, right? So, we were on tour for years, we kind of have a good gage of what our audience is really digging. You take a year and some change off, you don’t really know. You put out a new record, that’s even more of a question mark. It’ll take a little bit of trial and error at the beginning to kind of realize…OK, even over the year off, who have we evolved into as a band, you know, we’ve changed as people, and has our audience evolved as well.”

But John also thinks there’s no way the return to the stage will be a bad experience for them or the fans, “It’s going to be amazing, because we’re so hungry to get out there and play, the audience is so hungry to see some live shows, so, I think there expectations are non-existent…because they just want to see loud music in front of their faces. But I think it will be a bit of a learning curve. I think the biggest thing I’m excited about…he probably the same for him (TJ), and the crowd, is literally just getting back out there and playing music in front of people – that is what it’s all about. I can promise you, we could have the worst gig of our lives, and it will still probably be amazing just because of the experience alone.”

Brothers Osborne hit the road this summer on the We’re Not For Everyone tour with openers Tenille Townes, Travis Denning, and more acts to be announced later.

Plus you can catch John and TJ as the perform on the ACM Awards this weekend – where they are also nominated in the Duo of the Year, and Album of the Year categories — and they will also be featured on CBS Sunday Morning.

Here’s the announced dates, cities and venues for the We’re Not For Everyone tour…

Jul. 29                   Philadelphia, PA                               Skyline Stage at the Mann

Jul. 30                   Boston, MA                                       Leader Bank Pavilion

Jul. 31                   Westbrook, ME                                Maine Savings Pavilion at Rock Row

Aug. 1                   Providence, RI                                  Bold Point Park

Aug. 4                   Toledo, OH                                        Toledo Zoom Amphitheater

Aug. 5                   Maryland Heights, MO                    Saint Louis Music Park

Aug. 14                 Council Bluffs, IA                              Stir Concert Cove – Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel***

Aug. 15                 Dubuque, IA                                      Q Casino Back Waters Stage***

Aug. 19                 Asbury Park, NJ                                Stone Pony Summer Stage

Aug. 20                 Bridgeport, CT                                  Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater

Aug. 21                 Farmingville, NY                               Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheater

Aug. 26                 Charlotte, NC                                   Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre

Aug. 27                 Raleigh, NC                                       Red Hat Amphitheater

Sep. 2                   Cleveland, OH                                   Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

Sep. 3                   Indianapolis, IN                                TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park

Sep. 4                   Sterling Heights, MI                         Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

Sep. 9                   Cincinnati, OH                                  The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center

Sep. 10                 Memphis, TN                                    The Orpheum Theatre

Sep. 16                 Nashville, TN                                    Ascend Amphitheater

Sep. 17                 Rogers, AR                                        Walmart AMP

Sep. 18                 Oklahoma City, OK                          The Criterion

Sep. 22                 Irving, TX                                           The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

Sep. 23                 Houston, TX                                      White Oak Music Hall – Lawn

Sep. 24                 Austin, TX                                          Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater**

Sep. 25                 Helotes, TX                                        Floore’s Country Store**

Sep. 30                 Asheville, NC                                     Rabbit Rabbit

Oct. 1                   Atlanta, GA                                        Fox Theatre

Oct. 2                   Jacksonville, FL                                 Daily’s Place

Oct. 8                   Denver, CO                                        Mission Ballroom

Oct. 10                 Phoenix, AZ                                       Arizona Federal Theatre

Oct. 12                 Los Angeles, CA                                Greek Theatre

Oct. 13                 Santa Barbara, CA                            Santa Barbara Bowl

Oct. 15                 San Diego, CA                                   Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU

Oct. 16                 Sacramento, CA                               Memorial Auditorium

Oct. 17                 San Francisco, CA                            The Masonic

Oct. 20                 Portland, OR                                     Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Oct. 22                 Seattle, WA                                       WaMu Theater

Oct. 28                 New York, NY                                   Beacon Theatre

Oct. 29                 Hampton Beach, NH                       Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom*

Oct. 30                 Albany, NY                                         Palace Theatre*

Nov. 11                Kansas City, MO                               Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland

Nov. 13                Chicago, IL                                        Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

Nov. 18                Richmond, VA                                   Altria Theater

Nov. 19                Washington, D.C.                             The Anthem

Nov. 20                Moon Twp, PA                                  UPMC Events Center

* Tenille Townes Only

**Travis Denning Only

*** Opener TBA

Check Brothers Osborne’s new single — which is also the song title that inspired their tour name — “I’m Not For Everyone”…

Headline Photo Credit: Eric Ryan Anderson

Additional Photos Courtesy of Brothers Osborne