My Morning Jacket, Nathaniel Rateliff joint tour comes to LOBP

MMJ’s Jim James and Nathaniel Rateliff (right) of the Night Sweats will co-headline a bill coming through Live Oak Bank Pavilion this September; tickets on sale March. 29. (Photos by Tom Dorgan, MoonFrog Media)

My Morning Jacket and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats are performing equal sets during the show scheduled for Live Oak Bank Pavilion on Sept. 10. Tickets go on sale Friday, Mar. 29, 10 am

The 11-stop tour kicks off in Wilmington and ends Raleigh on Sept. 28. The bands are partnering with the nonprofit REVERB, in an effort to reduce the environmental footprint of touring and take action on the climate crisis. “In addition to a comprehensive tour sustainability program and fan Action Village at each show, the bands will be supporting REVERB’s climate portfolio which funds projects that measurably reduce greenhouse gas pollution, address climate justice, and directly decarbonize the music industry,” according to a release.

Both acts have performed in the Port City before, with MMJ coming through LOBP in 2022 and Nathaniel Ratliff and the Night Sweats performing at both Greenfield Lake Amphitheater and LOBP throughout the years.

Louisville, Kentucky, rockers, MMJ consists of vocalist/guitarist Jim James, bassist Tom Blankenship, drummer Patrick Hallahan, guitarist Carl Broemel, and keyboardist Bo Koster. They perform Americana soul, powered with experimental and psychedelic undertones, heard across nine albums over two decades, including 2021’s self-titled release.

Rateliff and his band started in 2015 and last came through town in 2022. The Denver-based outfit performs a mix of rock, R&B, country and folk, including from its latest album, “The Future,” released in 2021.


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