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St. Vincent, pictured performing in Houston in December 2017, will take her new album, Daddy’s Home, on the road this September and October.
St. Vincent announced a fall tour to support her new album Daddy’s Home on Wednesday – or, as the art-rocker (real name Annie Clark) put it on social media, “DADDY. IS. COMING.”
The musician’s upcoming trek begins at Thompson’s Point Outdoor Concerts and Events in Portland, Maine, on Sept. 3, and will augment her three previously announced fall festival bookings, at Chicago’s Pitchfork, Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful and Texas’ Austin City Limits.
As summer turns to fall, St. Vincent will play a mix of theaters and amphitheaters in major markets including Denver’s Mission Ballroom (Sept. 16), Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater (Oct. 9) and Boston’s Boch Center – Wang Theatre (Oct. 14).
Spoon will open three California dates in September, including gigs at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, Calif., on Sept. 23, and Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl the following night.
The tour’s headlining dates wrap at Detroit’s Fillmore on Oct. 20, and two days later, St. Vincent will play the just-announced Shaky Knees in Atlanta.
St. Vincent, whose last proper headlining tour spanned late 2017 and early 2018, has history at several of the venues on her fall itinerary. She’ll play Pittsburgh’s Stage AE on Sept. 8, where she sold 2,101 tickets and grossed $70,681 on Jan. 9, 2018, and she’s due at St. Louis’ Pageant on Oct. 8, where she sold 1,438 tickets and grossed $51,523 on Nov. 20, 2017.
According to Pollstar’s box office records, St. Vincent’s top-grossing headlining show – excluding co-headlining dates with David Byrne in 2012 – came at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, where she sold 4,474 tickets and grossed $210,094 on Jan. 22, 2018.
St. Vincent released Daddy’s Home, her sixth studio album and first since 2017’s Grammy-nominated Masseduction, on May 14.
Tickets for St. Vincent’s fall tour go onsale on June 3 at 10 a.m. local time, with the exception of the Hollywood Bowl show, which becomes available on June 1 at 10 a.m. PT. Find the list of dates below.
Sept. 3 – Thompson’s Point – Portland, ME