NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Bon Iver have just returned to the road for one of “the most anticipated tours of 2022” (Variety, Pitchfork), and they are about to play New Orleans’ Champions Square on Friday, April 8.

It’s their first run of shows since selling out arenas like Barclays Center on the heels of 2019’s acclaimed album, i,i, and as UPROXX says, “Bon Iver might be the best live band in the world right now.” Featuring a lineup of Justin Vernon, Sean Carey, Jenn Wasner, Mike Lewis, Matt McCaughan and Andy Fitzpatrick, you can get a taste of their previous tour’s breathtaking production in a live clip for CBS Saturday.

Since then, Bon Iver have also celebrated the 10th anniversaries of both the pivotal Blood Bank EP, and the groundbreaking, multi Grammy-winning Bon Iver, Bon Iver LP, in addition to sharing new music like “AUATC” and “PDLIF.” Throughout these upcoming performances, the group will continue to offer growing audiences even greater moments of gratitude, gathering in celebration of community and togetherness; an opportunity for healing and reflection on the path towards a brighter future.

Like past tours, each date will highlight the work of different charitable partners, via Bon Iver’s own 2 A Billion campaign, raising support, awareness, and person-to-person connections in an effort to end gender inequity, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.