Andrew W.K. Teaches ‘The Power Of Partying’

Andrew W.K. announces “The Power Of Partying Tour.” It’s his first motivational speaking tour and stops in all 50 states promoting joy and “truth through partying.”

Andrew W.K. is best known as a music performer for the songs “Party Hard,” “We Want Fun” and “You Will Remember Tonight.” He began learning classical piano at the tender age of four. In 2005, he ventured into motivational speaking and received invitations to Yale University, New York University and The University of Wisconsin among others.

His current word run features a Q & A session, “an intimate celebration of discussion, a pep rally for the inner spirit, and an optimistic look at the overwhelming intensity of life.”

“This is not a political party rally, it’s a rally about partying with the political elements set aside,” Andrew said. “This is my attempt to add something positive and unifying to the divisive atmosphere surrounding us in so many different forms. Without targeting or preaching to any one side, I want to see if we can party together in our common humanity. We will have a party about being people.”

Sept. 15 – Chicago, Ill., Revolution Brewing
Sept. 22 – Austin, Texas, The North Door
Sept. 29 – Honolulu, Hawaii, The Republik
Oct. 1 – Anchorage, Alaska, TapRoot
Oct. 3 – Seattle, Wash., Neumos
Oct. 4 – Portland, Ore., Revolution Hall
Oct. 6 – Jackson, Wyo., Pink Garter Theatre
Oct. 7 – Bozeman, Mont., Eagles Lodge
Oct. 8 – Boise, Idaho, Neurolux
Oct. 9 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Urban Lounge           
Oct. 11 – Englewood, Colo., Gothic Theatre
Oct. 13 – Las Vegas, Nev., Bunkhouse
Oct. 14 – Joshua Tree, Calif., Institute of Mentalphysics (Desert Daze Festival)
Oct. 17 – Phoenix, Ariz., Masonic Temple
Oct. 19 – Santa Fe, N.M., Meow Wolf
Oct. 21 – Norman, Okla., Opolis
Oct. 22 – Wichita, Kan., Barleycorn’s
Oct. 23 – Omaha, Neb., The Waiting Room
Oct. 24 – Sioux Falls, S.D., Icon Lounge
Oct. 25 – Fargo, N.D., The Sanctuary Events Center
Oct. 26 – Saint Paul, Minn., Turf Club
Oct. 27 – Madison, Wis., High Noon Saloon
Oct. 28 – Des Moines, Iowa, Temple Theatre
Oct. 29 – St. Louis, Mo., The Ready Room
Oct. 30 – Little Rock, Ark., Revolution Music Room
Oct. 31 – Baton Rouge, La., Manship Theatre
Nov. 1 – Oxford, Miss., Proud Larry’s
Nov. 3 – Nashville, Tenn., Marathon Music Works
Nov. 4 – Birmingham, Ala., Saturn
Nov. 5 – Athens, Ga., 40 Watt Club
Nov. 6 – Tallahassee, Fla., Club Downunder
Nov. 7 – Columbia, S.C., New Brookland Tavern
Nov. 8 – Carrboro, N.C., The ArtsCenter
Nov. 9 – Richmond, Va., Capital Ale House
Nov. 10 – South Charleston, W.Va., LaBele Theatre
Nov. 11 – Louisville, Ky., Zanzabar
Nov. 12 – Bloomington, Ind., Rhino’s All Ages Music Club
Nov. 13 – Detroit, Mich., Masonic Temple Theatre
Nov. 14 – Cleveland, Ohio, Capitol Theatre
Nov. 16 – Philadelphia, Pa., Trinity Center For Urban Life
Nov. 17 – Washington, D.C., Black Cat
Nov. 18 – Baltimore, Md., Baltimore Soundstage
Nov. 19 – Arden, Del., Arden Gild Hall
Nov. 20 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Music Hall Of Williamsburg
Nov. 21 – Asbury Park, N.J., House Of Independents
Nov. 25 – Burlington, Vt., Unitarian Church
Nov. 26 – Portland, Maine, SPACE Gallery
Nov. 27 – Portsmouth, N.H., 3S Artspace
Nov. 28 – Boston, Mass., Paradise Rock Club
Nov. 30 – Providence, R.I., Columbus Theatre

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