When is the 2022 Yola tour and how do I get tickets?

Up-and-coming musician Yola kicks off the American leg of his Stand For Myself tour in February 2022.

On October 8, 2021, Yola played a sold-out at Madison Square Garden, warming up in front of Chris Stapleton.


Yola embarks on 2022 American tourCredit: Getty Images – Getty.

When is Yola’s 2022 tour?

The Stand For Myself tour begins on February 8, 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts.

After the first performance, the tour will run until April and conclude in Las Vegas.

Here are the dates for Yola’s upcoming tour:

  • February 8th at Big Night Live: Boston
  • February 9 at Webster Hall: New York
  • February 11 at the Lincoln Theater: Washington DC
  • February 13th at the Jefferson Theater: Charlottesville
  • Feb 15, Brooklyn Bowl Philly: Philadelphia
  • February 17th at Thalia Hall: Chicago
  • February 19, Hoyt Sherman Place: Des Moines
  • February 22 at Pabst Theater: Milwaukee
  • February 23 on First Avenue: Minneapolis
  • February 24 at The Pageant: St Louis
  • March 3 at Ryman Auditorium: Nashville
  • March 4th at Ryman Auditorium: Nashville
  • March 11 at St Andrews Hall: Detroit
  • March 12 at the Taft Theater: Cincinnati
  • March 13 at The National: Richmond
  • March 15th at The Orange Peel: Asheville
  • March 16 at The Ritz: Raleigh
  • March 18th at Charleston Music Hall: Charleston
  • March 19 at The Eastern: Atlanta
  • March 20 on Saturn: Birmingham
  • March 22nd at The Hall: Little Rock
  • March 23rd at Joy Theater: New Orleans
  • March 25 in the studio at the factory: Dallas
  • March 26th at The Heights Theater: Houston
  • March 27 at Stubbs BBQ Restaurant: Austin
  • March 29 at the Uptown Theater: Kansas City
  • March 30 at The Jones Assembly: Oklahoma City
  • April 1st at Belly Up: Aspen
  • April 2 at the Ogden Theater: Denver
  • April 3rd at Boulder Theater: Boulder
  • April 5 at Depot: Salt Lake City
  • April 6 at the Concert House of the Knitwear Factory: Boise
  • April 7th at The Elm: Bozeman
  • April 9th ​​at the Wilma Theater: Missoula
  • April 10 at The Showbox: Seattle
  • April 11 at the Roseland Theater: Portland
  • April 14th at The Fillmore: San Francisco
  • April 15th at Ace Of Spades: Sacramento
  • April 20th at Huntington Center: Toledo
  • April 21 at Schottenstein Center: Columbus
  • April 23 at Kroger Field: Lexington
  • April 27 at House of Blues: Las Vegas

Jake Ross, Nick Connors, Allison Russell and Devon Gilfillian will join Yola throughout the tour.

How can I get tickets?

Tickets can be purchased on the Yola website and the Vivid Seats website.

Regular admission fees range from $ 20 to $ 60, depending on the venue.

There are no VIP options or packages for this tour.

Yola has released two studio albums.


Yola has released two studio albums.Credit: Joseph Ross Smith

Who is Yola?

Yola was born on July 31, 1983 from Bristol, England.

She first started making music as Yolanda Quartey in the Phantom Limb group.

Yola worked with the group from 2005 to 2012, releasing two albums.

In addition to Phantom Limb, Yola has worked as a guest vocalist with British music groups such as Sub Focus, Massive Attack, Bugz in the Attic, Ginger Wildheart and Duke Dumont.

Her first solo EP was released in 2016 after the death of her mother.

Three years later, in February 2019, Yola made her debut with her first studio album Walk Through Fire.

This album earned Yola three Grammy nominations. One was nominated for Best American Album, and the track Faraway Look was nominated for Best American Song and Best Performance of American Roots.

She was also nominated for Best New Artist of 2019.

Her second album, Stand For Myself, was released in July 2021.

Yola also released her second EP in 2021, a home session for Apple Music.

What kind of music does Yola make?

According to Yola’s Instagram biography, she identifies herself as “Music Genre Fluid.”

Her music is called country soul, R&B and Americana.

Yola has been nominated for two more Grammy Awards in 2022, one for Best American Album and the other for Best American Song.

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