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Bonnie adds Fall dates to ‘Just Like That…’ Tour 2024!

6 February 2024


Bonnie Raitt is extending the ‘Just Like That…’ tour adding another 30+ dates in the U.S. to the already-robust schedule planned for the first half of 2024. Raitt and her longtime touring band will headline concerts starting in Arizona and Southern California, traveling up the West Coast and finishing up in the Pacific Northwest throughout September and October before heading to the Southeast and Florida in November to wind up the year. These dates will be supported by Special Guest James Hunter.

Many would think Raitt might be eager to rest and take some downtime after headlining 75 concerts in 2022 and another 50 in 2023 spanning the U.S., Australia, the UK, Scotland, Ireland and Canada, in addition to winning three GRAMMY® awards at the 65th Annual ceremony last February and an Americana Music Award this past September (making “Just Like That” the first composition to win Song of the Year at both ceremonies).

The fact is, though there are always healthy breaks built into each tour, after a few weeks, Bonnie is itching to get back to what she loves most— traveling and playing live. Luckily her band, crew and the fans feel the same way! To that end, we’ve just put the finishing touches on another leg of the U.S. tour with exciting stops including playing multiple nights at Humphreys in San Diego, The Mountain Winery in Saratoga, CA, Fox Theater in Oakland, CA, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, OR and the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA as well as Bonnie’s first appearance since 2006 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville!

Raitt’s fourth headlining appearance on the award-winning and longest-running music program in television history, Austin City Limits, will debut on PBS and on February 24th during ACL’s 49th season. Special guest Sunny War joins Raitt for a unique performance in the episode.

Performing with his band, Special Guest James Hunter  known for delivering electrifying live performances with his authentic brand of rhythms and blues, will be supporting Raitt on the entire Fall tour and will also join her earlier in the year starting in Baltimore May 29th and going through June 29th in St Louis. About opening for Bonnie Raitt, Hunter says, “We’re very much looking forward to kicking off the night for the great Bonnie Raitt, so bring your dancing shoes and we’ll get you warmed up for a memorable evening of live music.”

Raitt will begin her tour in late April with singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Maia Sharp returning as her Special Guest for the first 8 headlining concerts. Sharp’s latest album, Reckless Thoughts was released in August 2023 and features singles “Kind,” “Old Dreams” and “She’ll Let Herself Out.” 

Tickets for the following shows will go on Fan Presale tomorrow, Wednesday February 7th at 10am local time and will go on sale to the general public this Friday, February 9th at 10am local time via

PLEASE NOTE: The presale/onsale dates for the Mountain Winery shows in Saratoga, CA are TBA.
INDIO presale code = BRJLT2024; PORTLAND presale code = BRJLT2024 (the other shows do not require a code.)


With Special Guest James Hunter

6-Sept Prescott Valley, AZ Findlay Toyota Center 

7-Sept Tucson, AZ The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall

10-Sept San Diego, CA Humphreys Concerts by the bay 

11-Sept San Diego, CA Humphreys Concerts by the bay 

13-Sept Indio, CA Fantasy Springs Resort Casino  [presale code BRJLT2024]

14-Sept Costa Mesa, CA Pacific Amphitheatre *on sale 2/10 

17-Sept Thousand Oaks, CA Bank of America Performing Arts Center 

18-Sept Paso Robles, CA Vina Robles Amphitheatre 

20-Sept Saratoga, CA The Mountain Winery *on sale TBA 

21-Sept Saratoga, CA The Mountain Winery *on sale TBA 

26-Sept Oakland, CA Fox Theater 

27-Sept Oakland, CA Fox Theater 

29-Sept Redding, CA Redding Civic Auditorium  

01-Oct Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall [presale code BRJLT2024]

02-Oct Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall [presale code BRJLT2024]

04-Oct Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre 

05-Oct Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre 

08-Oct Eugene, OR Hult Center  

06-Nov Houston, TX The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts 

09-Nov Huntsville, AL Von Braun Center 

11-Nov Nashville, TN Opry House 

13-Nov Charleston, WV The Clay Center 

15-Nov Roanoke, VA Berglund Performing Arts Theatre 

16-Nov Norfolk, VA Chrysler Hall 

19-Nov Durham, NC DPAC 

20-Nov Asheville, NC Thomas Wolfe Auditorium  

22-Nov Jacksonville, FL Moran Theatre At Jacksonville Performing Arts Center 

23-Nov Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall 

25-Nov West Palm Beach, FL Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 

* With Special Guest Maia Sharp
# With Special Guest James Hunter

26-Apr    Lancaster, PA American Music Theatre *

27-Apr    Wilkes Barre, PA F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts *

29-Apr    Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Hall *

01-May    Knoxville, TN The Tennessee Theatre *

02-May    Montgomery, AL Montgomery Performing Arts Centre *

05-May    New Orleans, LA New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

07-May    Macon, GA Macon City Auditorium * 

09-May   North Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center *   

11-May    Athens, GA The Classic Center Theatre *

12-May    Miramar Beach, FL Brandi Carlile’s Mothership Weekend

29-May    Baltimore, MD The Lyric # 

31-May    Washington, DC Warner Theatre #

01-Jun     Washington, DC Warner Theatre #     

04-Jun     Albany, NY Palace Theatre #

05-Jun     Newark, NJ Prudential Hall @ NJPAC #

07-Jun    Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia #

08-Jun     Westbury, NY NYCB Theatre at Westbury #    

11-Jun     Hyannis, MA Cape Cod Melody Tent #

12-Jun    Portland, ME Merrill Auditorium #    

14-Jun     Bridgeport, CT Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater #

15-Jun     Boston, MA The MGM Music Hall at Fenway #    

18-Jun     Hampton, NH Casino Ballroom #

19-Jun     Burlington, VT The Flynn #

21-Jun     Lewiston, NY Artpark Mainstage Theater #

22-Jun     Akron, OH Akron Civic Theatre #    

25-Jun     Toledo, OH Stranahan Theater #

28-Jun     Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Theater #

29-Jun     Saint Louis, MO Stifel Opera House #

Full list of 2024 tour dates including Fan Pre-sale and Special Benefit Seat information is listed at


James Hunter, crowned “The United Kingdom’s Greatest Soul Singer” by MOJO Magazine, delivers electrifying live performances with his authentic brand of rhythms and blues. He’s been recognized with a nomination for a Grammy® Award for Best Traditional Blues Album and an Americana Music Award for Best New/Emerging Artist.  Hunter and his six-piece band (with a stand-up horn section), have released six studio albums, with a seventh that’s been recorded and is on its way. The band has toured the world for decades from tiny clubs to large festivals, with Hunter also sharing the stage to support legends including Aretha Franklin, BB King, Etta James and Van Morrison.  Whether belting out up-tempo R&B or crafting candle-lit ballads, James Hunter is a must-see artist who effortlessly draws from the depths of his musical well, leaving audiences captivated and craving more.  About opening for Bonnie Raitt, Hunter says, “We’re very much looking forward to kicking off the night for the great Bonnie Raitt, so bring your dancing shoes and we’ll get you warmed up for a memorable evening of live music.”




Maia Sharp has had her songs recorded by Bonnie Raitt, The Chicks, Trisha Yearwood, Keb’ Mo’, Cher, Edwin McCain, David Wilcox, Art Garfunkel, Lizz Wright, Paul Carrack, Lisa Loeb, Terri Clark and many more. And through it all, Maia has continued to record her own albums including nine solo releases, one collaborative project with Art Garfunkel and Buddy Mondlock and her duo project, Roscoe & Etta (with writing/production partner Anna Schulze).  Each release has been embraced by press and radio and led to extensive touring and appearances on Mountain Stage, Acoustic Cafe, World Cafe, NPR’s “All Things Considered,” CBS Early Morning and the Today Show to name a few.  



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