× Corb Lund supports The Dead South in Europe with "El Viejo"

Corb Lund supports The Dead South in Europe with "El Viejo"


Corb Lund is a rural Albertan hailing from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with a long family lineage of ranchers and rodeo people. Lund is about as authentic as they come, and equally as hard to define. 

The western Canadian singer-songwriter is an elusive artist — onstage, offstage, and in the studio — seamlessly weaving between the outlaw country, Western, and indie-folk realms with an honest curiosity and rowdy devotion to each. He was raised with the tried and true DIY sentiment of “if you want something done, you gotta do it yourself” launching his career recording in his basement, printing his own shirts, booking his own tours, being his own manager and publicist… whatever it took to get it done.

He toured for years with the indie-metal band The Smalls, and later turned his sights to writing Western songs, creating a unique and quirky hybrid writing style along the way. He has received multiple domestic and international award nominations and wins. In 2022, Lund won his 14th career Canadian Country Music Award and made his debut at the historic Grand Ole Opry earlier this year as well. His album of originals, "El Viejo", is due February 2024.

With El Viejo, Corb Lund and his band come over to Europe to open for The Dead South. In addition to that an Amsterdam and London headline show are added:

28/05: Amsterdam, NL - Tolhuistuin Zonzij
29/05: Groningen, NL - Der Aa- Theater
30/05: Hamburg, DE - Freilichtbühne im Stadtpark*
01/06: Berlin, DE - Zitadelle Spandau*
02/06: Leipzig, DE - Clara-Zetkin-Park*
04/06: Prague, CZ - Zlute Lazne* 
05/06: Bratislava, SK - Stars Auditorium*
06/06: Budapest, HU - Budapest Park*
08/06: Linz, AT - Posthof*
09/06: Stuttgart, DE - Wagenhallen*
11/06: Cologne, DE - Palladium*
12/06: Wiesbaden, DE - Schlachthof*
13/06: Munich, DE - Zenith*
18/06: Paris, FR - Salle Pleyel*
19/06: London, UK - Lower Third
* with The Dead South

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