Grace Potter’s comeback tour will kick-off in St. Petersburg this winter

She’s playing Jannus Live in support of solo LP No. 2.

Grace Potter plays Clearwater Jazz Holiday at Coachman Park in Clearwater, Florida on October 16, 2016. - Photo by Kamran Malik
Photo by Kamran Malik
Grace Potter plays Clearwater Jazz Holiday at Coachman Park in Clearwater, Florida on October 16, 2016.

Grace Potter is finally making her return to music after four long years, and that journey essentially kicks off on January 9, 2020 at Jannus Live. The singer-songwriter first gained national recognition back in 2010 with her Kenny Chesney collaboration, “You and Tequila.”

This helped build hype for her band, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, which toured in the Bay area in 2012 and 2013 (when she played Jannus with Futurebirds).

Not long after, Potter departed to pursue a solo career (and played the Clearwater Jazz Festival in 2016), but Thursday's show marks her first touring appearance in the area since a 2015 hiatus where Potter refocused on family and welcomed her first child. Her headlining performance at Jannus is stop No. 2 in support of her sophomore solo album, Daylight.

Tickets start at $28.50 and are on sale now via


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LJ Hilberath

Franz “LJ” Hilberath is a Clearwater-native who contributes to Creative Loafing's Music section. He previously served as an intern and is now a freelance contributor for all things music.LJ can be found in the field reviewing concerts and music festivals around the country, and also works interviews for both local...
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