Lauv Scheduled To Perform On August 6 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Lauv will make his first appearance on Fallon’s “Tonight Show.”

Lauv on TODAY | Zach Pagano/NBC

Earlier this year, Lauv performed on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

Next week, the artist will make his first appearance on NBC’s flagship late-night talk show.

Lauv is set to perform on the August 6 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

His performance will close an episode that also features Glenn Close and Finn Wolfhard.

Official listings follow:

Thursday, July 26: Guests include Leslie Jones, Emily Ratajkowski and musical guest Greta Van Fleet. Show 903

Friday, July 27: Episode to feature new monologue and Thank You Notes segment and encore appearances of guests Tom Cruise, Parker Posey and Jorja Smith. Show 72718

Monday, July 30: Guests include Mila Kunis, Zachary Quinto and musical guest Taylor Bennett. Show 904

Tuesday, July 31: Guests include Bob Odenkirk, Alicia Silverstone, Kenny Chesney and musical guest Kenny Chesney. Show 905

Wednesday, August 1: Guests include Kate McKinnon, Mo Rocca and musical guest Nicky Jam & J Balvin. Show 906

Thursday, August 2: Guests include Ray Romano, Lauren Miller Rogen and musical guest Leon Bridges. Show 907

Friday, August 3: Episode to feature new monologue and Thank You Notes segment and TBD encore appearances. Show 080318

Monday, August 6: Guests include Glenn Close, Finn Wolfhard and musical guest Lauv. Show 908

Written by Brian Cantor

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