Toubab Krewe holds a special place in the hearts of many, with their eclectic and unique merging of world music, jazz, and jam gaining them fans far and wide. Today, the dynamic instrumental quintet announced they will be returning to the road this fall with the announcement of an extended fall tour. Since late 2014, Toubab Krewe—composed of Drew Heller (guitar), Justin Perkins (kora/kamelngoni), Luke Quaranta (percussion), Terrence Houston (drums), and Justin Kimmel (bass)—has limited themselves to primarily festival appearances during their extended hiatus that ran from 2015 through 2016, making this tour a particularly exciting one for fans of the band.This upcoming fall tour is in promotion of the group’s fourth album, which is due out early next year. Before its release, Toubab Krewe will perform sixteen dates across mid-August through mid-November, including two Utopia Fest pre-parties in Texas, a stop at New Orleans’ Blue Nile (following their rare club performance during this year’s Jazzfest), and performance at the Brooklyn Bowl, to name a few. You can check out Toubab Krewe’s full plans for this fall below, or check out their website here for more information!