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Amos Lee Launches “Tickets For Teachers” And Classroom Supplies Giveaway On 2022 U.S. Dreamland Tour

Amos Lee Launches “Tickets For Teachers” And Classroom Supplies Giveaway On 2022 U.S. Dreamland Tour

Nominate Teachers In Each Of The Tour’s 30+ Coast-To-Coast Markets Here:

Amos Lee will embark on his first major tour since the pandemic next month and, as he marks his return to the road, the former public school teacher will share that special moment with those who’ve done so much to keep us going over the past two years. Announcing a “Tickets For Teachers” giveaway at each stop on the countrywide Dreamland tour this spring and summer - from New York to LA and Minneapolis to Memphis - Lee is asking local students, parents, colleagues and community members to nominate the teachers in their area who made a special impact on their lives during the pandemic. Lee will be giving away free tickets for each show to teachers, and also helping to provide them with necessary classroom supplies; far too often which they are left to purchase on their own. Nominate a teacher in your area by visiting or via social media by tagging @amoslee and using the hashtag #ALTicketsForTeachers.

"As a former teacher myself, I know how much teachers sacrifice, and the last two years certainly have made things even more trying," says Lee. "So, I am giving away free tickets to teachers and helping classrooms buy the supplies they need.

With his new album Dreamland described as “taking the listener on a rich emotional journey” (NPR, Here & Now) and “wrapping his arms around the listener” (AllMusic), Lee brings that same spirit of empathy and connectivity to stages across America as he prepares for over two-dozen full-band performances in the coming weeks and months. “Tickets For Teachers” continues a long tradition of Lee using his voice to shine a light on society’s most resilient, also partnering with organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project and Musicians On Call to help give back to those who give so much to their communities. While helping teachers across the country, Lee has also been a vocal advocate for destigmatizing the conversation around mental health during the pandemic. He recently spoke to NPR about his own journey of healing through isolation and loss:

Dreamland is available now through Dualtone Records, and you can find a full list of currently-announced tour dates at and below:


April 8 - State Theatre - Portland, ME+

April 9 - Lynn Memorial Auditorium - Lynn, MA+

April 11 - The Flynn - Burlington, VT+

April 12 - Zeiterion PAC - New Bedford, MA+

April 14 - Beacon Theatre - New York, NY+

April 15 - The Met Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA+

April 16 - UMass Fine Arts Center - Amherst, MA+

April 18 - The Egg - Albany, NY+

April 19 - Kennedy Center - Washington, DC*

April 20 - Byham Theater - Pittsburgh, PA+

April 22 - Pabst Theater - Milwaukee, WI+

April 23 - Orpheum Theater Madison - Madison, WI+

April 24 - Orpheum Theatre - Minneapolis, MN+

April 26 - Uptown Theater - Kansas City, MO+

April 27 - Cannon Center for the Performing Arts - Memphis, TN+

April 29 - Tennessee Theatre - Knoxville, TN+

April 30 - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium - Asheville, NC+

May 29 - Bottle Rock - Napa, CA

May 31 - The Theatre at Ace Hotel - Los Angeles, CA

June 3 - Humphreys Concerts by the Bay - San Diego, CA

June 4 - Fox Tucson Theatre - Tucson, AZ~

June 5 - Ikeda Theater - Mesa, AZ~

June 7 - Lensic Performing Arts Center - Santa Fe, NM~

June 9 - Tobin Center for the Performing Arts - San Antonio, TX~

June 10 - Cullen Performance Hall - Houston, TX~

June 11 - Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater - Austin, TX

June 14 - The Pageant - St. Louis, MO~

June 19 - Rock The Ruins at Holliday Park - Indianapolis, IN~

June 20 - Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN

June 21 - Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN

June 23 - Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium - Chattanooga, TN

June 24 - Charleston Music Hall - Charleston, SC~

June 25 - Durham Performing Arts Center - Durham, NC~


* with the National Symphony Orchestra

+ support from Jensen McRae

~ support from Neal Francis