Robert Plant / Alison Krauss

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss Announce Can’t Let Go Tour 2024


COMING TO IRONSTONE AMPHITHEATRE AUGUST 21, 2024
TICKETS AVAILABLE THIS FRIDAY THROUGH TICKETMASTER

The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer & 27x GRAMMY-Winner Reunite Once More,
Headlining Dozens of Dates Across North America This Summer

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss announce their return to North America. Reunited
once more – and much sooner than the twelve years that passed between their previous two
tours – the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and 27x GRAMMY-winner will hit the road this spring and
summer for nearly 30 headline dates and counting. Beginning June 2nd with a centennial
celebration for the legendary Cain’s Ballroom, the Can’t Let Go Tour will see Plant, Krauss and
their all-star band bring spellbinding vocal performances and uncanny arrangements to
amphitheaters, pavilions, opera houses and other historic venues from coast to coast. With
additional stops to still be revealed, dozens of cities will have the opportunity to experience the

live show hailed as “a master class of a concert” (Chicago Tribune) and “a collaboration that
should last for evermore” (Variety).
Tickets for Robert Plant & Alison Krauss’ Can’t Let Go Tour are on-sale at 10am local
time this Friday, February 16th, following a series of pre-sales beginning at 10am local
time tomorrow, February 14th. Find more information at plantkrauss.com
Dates will feature support from JD McPherson, who also plays lead guitar for Robert Plant and
Alison Krauss, alongside an ace ensemble of drummer Jay Bellerose, bassist Dennis Crouch,
multi-talented string player Stuart Duncan, and Viktor Krauss on keys and guitar. Drawing from
both of their monumentally acclaimed, T Bone Burnett-produced LPs – 2007’s GRAMMY-
sweeping Raising Sand and 2021’s chart-topping Raise The Roof – Plant and Krauss will
deliver a cosmic collision of early blues, country deep cuts, revolutionary folk-rock and lost soul
music written by legends and unsung heroes like Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, The Everly
Brothers, Anne Briggs, Geeshie Wiley, Bert Jansch, Ola Belle Reed, Brenda Burns and more,
as well as reimagined renditions of Led Zeppelin cuts like “The Battle of Evermore,” “Rock &
Roll,” “When The Levee Breaks” and other surprises in store.
After closing the 14-year gap between two albums that each took the world by unexpected
storm, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ incomparable kinship stands as a “once in a lifetime
collaboration” (NPR), as they remain “masters at dusting off generations-old tracks and making
them saunter to a fresh, personal rhythm” (Pitchfork) – and “one of the most critically adored
odd couples of music” (USA Today). Described as “an alternative to nearly all of its pop
contemporaries” (The New York Times), Raise The Roof debuted in the Top 10 on the
Billboard 200, spent 20 weeks at #1 on the Americana chart, earned unanimous praise and
landed the two titans everywhere from The Late Show, The Tonight Show and CMT Crossroads
to CBS Mornings, PBS NewsHour and NPR’s Tiny Desk. Having honed their live set across the
illustrious stages of Red Rocks, Forest Hills Stadium, Bonnaroo, Glastonbury and beyond, Plant
and Krauss head into 2024 at the top of their unmatched game.
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss want to give fans, not scalpers, the best chance to buy tickets at
face value. To make this possible, if fans purchase tickets for a show through Ticketmaster and
can’t attend, they’ll have the option to resell them to other fans at the original price paid using
Ticketmaster’s Face Value Exchange. To help protect the Exchange, the artists have also
chosen to make tickets for this tour mobile only and restricted from transfer. This applies to all
shows ticketed by Ticketmaster. Please note, a valid bank account or debit card within the

country of your event is required to sell on the Face Value Exchange.