Olivia Bee – Maggie Rogers
Maggie Rogers announced a fall tour including two nights at Radio City Music Hall of Wednesday.
Maggie Rogers launches her sold-out spring tour tonight in Portland, Maine, but she already has her eyes on the fall.
The rising pop phenom announced a slew of new tour dates Wednesday, including a billing at Lollapalooza and two October headlining shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
The bookings demonstrate just how quickly Rogers’ star has risen. In November, Rogers appeared as the musical guest on “Saturday Night Live.” In December, she opened a string of arena dates for Mumford & Sons. In January, her debut album, Heard It In A Past Life, debuted at No. 2 on Billboard‘s albums chart.
And now, demand for Rogers has substantially outpaced the venues she’s playing on her spring tour. For instance, later this month, Rogers will headline one night Manhattan’s 3,500-capacity Hammerstein Ballroom. Come October 1 and 2, she’ll headline two nights at the legendary, 6,000-capacity Radio City Music Hall. (On April 17, 2017, Rogers sold out Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, selling 670 tickets and grossing $10,050.)
Similarly, she’ll graduate from the 2,600-capacity Fillmore Philadelphia, where she’s headlining on March 30, to Philly’s Skyline Stage at The Mann Center For Performing Arts, a venue that often holds upward of 6,000.
Other venues Rogers will hit come fall include Boston’s Wang Theatre; Berkeley, Calif.’s Greek Theatre; and Nashville, Tenn.’s Ryman Auditorium.
Presented by AEG, the tour concludes Oct. 19 in Austin, Texas, with an Austin City Limits taping at the Moody Theater.
Opening duties will be split between Empress Of and Jacob Banks.
After a series of presales, tickets go on sale to the public on March 29 at 10 a.m. local time. Find the complete list of Rogers’ newly announced dates below.