Michael Franti & Spearhead

Togetherness Tour: With special guests Citizen Cope and Bombargo


Michael Franti & Spearhead announce additional dates to their Togetherness Tour, bringing their high energy live show to 60+ dates across the U.S., including festival stops at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Tortuga Music Festival in addition to performances at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, Pier 17 in New York and a return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The tour will include special guests Stephen Marley, Trevor Hall, Citizen Cope and Trombone Shorty, as well as Niko Moon, Bombargo, and Ripe, on select dates.


Pre-sales for the new dates will begin tomorrow, March 27 at noon local time and general on sale will begin Friday, March 29 at 10am local time at MichaelFranti.com.



Last week, Franti & Spearhead premiered the official music video for “Lost But Not Alone,” one of 17 tracks from their 13th studio album that exemplifies the overall theme of Big Big Love – TOGETHERNESS.


“This song means a lot to me because it’s an expression of both how much isolation I feel at times when I look out into the world today and how much hope I feel knowing that I’m not alone in that feeling,” shares Franti. “It’s about the feeling of togetherness, the deep knowing that no matter what you’re going through, there is a world full of people who share your joy and sorrow, even when you’re not physically with them, and the importance of that connection.”


Franti & Spearhead’s latest single “Hands Up To The Sky” which is quickly climbing AAA charts, became a fan-favorite during live shows on last year’s Big Big Love Tour, as the uplifting track permits listeners to make space in their minds and hearts by letting go of emotions and allow room for the joy that follows once on the other side.

“Writing ‘Hands Up’ was an important part of my healing journey and putting together the video was cathartic,” reveals Franti. “I lost my father to COVID and after several months of grieving, I saw live music again for the first time – a Balinese band called The Munchies. At one point, I closed my eyes and put my hands up to the sky. I needed the music to help me open all the parts of my soul that were blocked due to just trying to figure out how to get through life each day.”

Event Dates

  • Friday, Jul 26 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles