Hot on the heels of her critically acclaimed new album, Daddy’s Home, St. Vincent has announced a run of North American tour dates this coming September and October. Vincent, whose real name is Annie Clark, will bring her new music across the country starting in Portland, Maine, before rounding out the dates in Detroit, Michigan.
St. Vincent and her band will be hitting iconic venues across the country, including The Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California, and The Hollywood Bowl in LA. Tickets for her new US tour will go on sale on June 3 at 10am local time, though the Hollywood Bowl gig will go on sale on June 1 at 10am PT. St. Vincent will also headline Pitchfork Music Festival 2021 in September, topping the bill alongside Phoebe Bridgers and Erykah Badu.
Outside of her musical endeavors, Clark has stayed busy getting ready to release The Nowhere Inn, a film she stars in alongside Carrie Brownstein. The film is stylized as a behind-the-scenes concert documentary directed by Brownstein and centered on Clark. The Nowhere Inn takes the depiction of a touring musician to daring extremes, with the filmmaker and the artist’s working relationship slowly unraveling over the course of the shoot. The Nowhere Inn premiered back at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, and will open in theaters and on streaming on September 17th.
For more information and ticket options, visit St. Vincent’s official website.
St. Vincent Tour Dates:
3 – Thompson’s Point – Portland, ME
4 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT
7 – The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center – Cincinnati, OH
8 – Stage AE Indoor – Pittsburgh, PA
10 – Egyptian Room – Indianapolis, IN
14 – The Armory – Minneapolis, MN
16 – Mission Ballroom – Denver, CO
22 – Vina Robles – Paso Robles, CA
23 – The Greek Theatre – Berkeley, CA
24 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA
5 – The Criterion – Oklahoma City, OK
7 – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO
8 – Pageant – St. Louis, MO
9 – Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN
11 – The Met – Philadelphia, PA
14 – Wang Theatre – Boston, MA
15 – College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT
18 – Agora Theatre – Cleveland, OH
20 – Fillmore – Detroit, MI