Julia Nunes and Elizabeth and the Catapult Add December Dates on the West Coast!

Julia Nunes and Elizabeth and the Catapult Extend The Holidays CAN Be Fun Co-Headlining Tour To the West Coast This December!


Julia Nunes and Elizabeth and The Catapult have added a stretch of west coast co-headlining dates this December their The Holidays CAN Be Fun Tour with special guest Chase Burnett. In addition to the additional week of co-headlining dates, Julia Nunes has two headlining dates scheduled on 12/10 in Felton, CA and on 12/19 at LA’s Hotel Café. East coast dates start tonight at NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge and full dates for both legs of the tour are below! Tickets for all shows are on-sale now and can be found at &

Says Julia and Elizabeth, “If you love the holidays and want to celebrate, we got you. If you’re avoiding the seasonal avalanche and just want to escape with great music, we got you too. On this tour, expect intimate sets, sing-alongs, and stories from holidays past.”


Julia Nunes released her latest record UGHWOW on June 21st, 2019 and is thrilled to be bringing it on the road for the first time this fall. Produced by Shruti Kumar (Vampire Weekend, No Doubt), the release marks her first new music in over 3 years and works to blend her acoustic beginnings with a newer, bolder sound, drawing from influences like Frank Ocean, SZA, Christine and The Queens, King Princess and more for an R&B-infused, relentlessly personal set of 6 tracks. UGHWOW has earned praise from the likes of Paste, Billboard, HelloGiggles and more and debuted on several Billboard charts upon its release (#12 Heatseekers, #13 Folk Albums). Nunes has spent years building a loyal fanbase through YouTube and has toured with Ben Folds, The Mowglis, Ben Kweller, A Great Big World, and more.

Elizabeth and the Catapult is the musical embodiment of Brooklyn singer-songwriter Elizabeth Ziman. Having toured with folks like Kishi Bashi and Sara Bareilles, Ziman hits the road this fall in support of most recent full-length album Keepsake (Compass Records, 2017), which was produced by Dan Molad (Lucius) and features guests like Richard Swift (The Shins) and Rob Moose (Bon Iver). In addition to releasing music as Elizabeth and the Catapult, she has collaborated with Esperanza Spalding, Gillian Welch, Blake Mills, Ben Folds, and more and scored several documentaries including the Peabody Award-winning “Trapped” with acclaimed composer Paul Brill.

Both artists are excited to celebrate (and escape) this holiday season with their fans on their forthcoming co-headlining tour. For tickets and the most up to date information on Julia Nunes, visit and for Elizabeth and The Catapult,

The Holidays CAN Be Fun Tour!
November 12 @ Le Poisson Rouge in New York, NY
November 13 @ World Café Live in Philadelphia, PA
November 14 @ The Union in Washington, DC
November 15 @ The Evening Music in Charlotte, NC
November 17 @ Eddie’s Attic in Athens, GA
November 18 @ The East Room in Nashville, TN
November 19 @ Open Chord Music in Knoxville, TN
November 20 @ Beachland Ballroom & Tavern in Cleveland, OH
November 21 @ Rumba Café in Columbus, OH
November 22 @ The Magic Bag in Ferndale, MI
November 23 @ Subterranean in Chicago, IL

December 10 @ Felton Music Hall in Felton, CA^^
December 11 @ Neck of the Woods in San Francisco, CA
December 12 @ Wow Hall in Eugene, OR
December 14 @ Bellingham Shakedown in Bellingham, WA
December 15 @ Vera Project in Seattle, WA
December 16 @ Doug Fir in Portland, OR
December 19 @ Hotel Café in Los Angeles, CA^^

^^ No Elizabeth and the Catapult

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