Indie psychedelic rock band Khruangbin coming to Raleigh and Asheville in June

By CLTure

January 30, 2024 (updated)

Houston psychedelic instrumental rock group, Khruangbin, will return to North Carolina on June 11 to Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheater and June 12 to Arena in Asheville for their 2024 tour. The trio announced a new album, A la Sala, in January (set to be released on April 5 through Dead Oceans) with a single and video for “A Love International,” from the forthcoming album.

A la Sala will mark their first studio album since 2022’s Ali, a collaborative project with Malian singer-songwriter and guitarist Vieux Farka Touré. Khruangbin notably collaborated with fellow Texas soul singer Leon Bridges on two EPs: Texas Sun (2020) and Texas Moon (2022).

Khruangbin will also play multiple festivals in 2024 including Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Boston Calling. They’ll be joined by Los Angeles-based pianist, producer and composer John Carroll Kirby for both Raleigh and Asheville shows. Kirby is signed to Stones Throw Records, and has worked with artists such as Solange, Frank Ocean, Norah Jones, and Harry Styles.

Presale for Khruangbin’s A La Sala Tour in Raleigh on June 11 at Red Hat Amphitheater begin Thursday, February at 10 a.m. (code: ENERGY) and tickets go on sale to the public Friday, February 2 at 10 a.m.  

Update (2.20): Presale for the Asheville show on June 12 at Arena will begin Wednesday, February 21 at 1 p.m. (code: TomaTodo).

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