November 9, 2023
Following the release of his latest album, Unreal Unearth, in August, Irish folk/soul singer-songwriter and musician Hozier has announced new tour dates in 2024 that will kick off in North Carolina. The 37-date spring/summer tour will commence in Raleigh on April 20 (Coastal Credit Union Music Park) and arrive in Charlotte on April 23 (PNC Music Pavilion).
Best known for his song “Take Me to Church,” from his debut multi-platinum self-titled album, Hozier released his sophomore album, Wasteland, Baby!, in 2019, prior to his latest album, Unreal Unearth, which was written during the pandemic and inspired by Dante’s Inferno.
Hozier will be joined by Canadian folk/Americana singer-songwriter and musician Allison Russell (who released a new album, The Returner, in September) for both Charlotte and Raleigh dates. Hozier last performed in Charlotte at Ovens Auditorium in 2019, and was also announced as a headliner at Charleston’s High Water Festival in 2024.
Tickets for Hozier in Raleigh on April 20 (Coastal Credit Union Music Park) and Charlotte on April 23 (PNC Music Pavilion) go on sale Friday, November 17 at 12 p.m.