Indie-Americana Quartet Mipso Headlines North Carolina Museum of Art on Saturday, August 31st

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Mipso, North Carolina’s acclaimed indie-Americana quartet, continue a year of extensive touring with their newly announced North American Summer 2019 Tour. Kicking off on Saturday, June 1st at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Kerrville, TX, Mipso continues on to play over 25 dates throughout the summer, including stops at the Spruce Peak Folk Festival in Stowe, VT, Green Mountain Bluegrass and Roots Festival in Manchester, VT and Bourbon and Beyond in Louisville, KY. Additionally, Mipso can be seen headlining The Hamilton in Washington DC and The Jefferson in Charlottesville, NC, before they return to their hometown of Raleigh, NC on August 31st to close out the summer season headlining the North Carolina Museum of Art, with special guest Robert Ellis opening. See the complete list of Mipso’s upcoming tour dates below.

Mipso’s hit song, “People Change,” from their most recent album Edges Run, is featured in the new Jon Lithgow movie, The Tomorrow Man. Since the song’s release one year ago, the beautifully intimate “People Change” has received over 43 million streams on Spotify, connecting with fans and critics alike. In The Tomorrow Man official movie trailer, “People Change” can be heard starting around the 1 minute mark, here.

This Spring, Mipso stopped by DittyTV in Memphis, TN to record a session for the live music program. The full episode is out now, available on any connected device including SmartTV’s, Roku, AppleTV, FireTV, ChromeCast, Smartphones, etc. – or click here to watch the band perform “Edges Run” from the DittyTV stage.

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