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Regina Spektor announces Fall tour dates





Jeff Clark


From Sacks & Co PR 












"Her lyrical pop style is personal, poignant, and wise, and never lacking in lighthearted moments."--The New Yorker 




"Spektor has one of those capital-v Voices that sticks out no matter what genre, what song, 


what compilation you put them in."--Time 




"Regina Spektor has become her generation's Joni Mitchell-- 


a singer-songwriter who nail-guns emotional trusts between wisecracks."--Rolling Stone 




"From the opening moment of What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, Regina Spektor enchants."--The Associated Press 




"A set of beguiling originals abounding with hooks, humanity and endearing quirks."--The Washington Post 




"A singular songwriting voice that spans genres and personas with grace and apparent ease."--NPR Music 




In support of her album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats (Sire/Warner Bros. Records) Regina Spektor continues her summer tour in the U.S. starting off in Portland, OR on August 8, playing The Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco on August 12 and winding up at The Greek Theater in L.A on August 14. She returns this fall for a run of fall dates across the U.S. and tour of Australia and New Zealand, where she sold out her first night at The Sydney Opera House in just minutes. See full dates below. 




What We Saw From The Cheap Seats debuted at #3 on The Billboard Album Chart. Since the album's release, Spektor has appeared on "Good Morning America," "The Colbert Report," "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," "Late Night with David Letterman" and performed a NPR Music live-streamed concert. Spektor recently toured throughout Europe, including a sold out show at Royal Albert Hall in London and her first concerts in her native Russia. Additionally, her video for "All the Rowboats" from Cheap Seats was just nominated for a MTV VMA for Best Art Direction. 




Only Son, featuring Jack Dishel (formerly of The Moldy Peaches) supports on all dates. Only Son previously collaborated with Spektor on the song "Call Them Brothers," which can be found 






All dates with Only Son 


August 8 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Portland, OR 


August 9 Paramount Theater Seattle, WA 


August 12 Outside Lands San Francisco, CA 


August 14 Greek Theater Los Angeles, CA 


October 2 Lyric Theater Baltimore, MD 


October 3 The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, NY 


October 6 Jorgenson Theater Storrs, CT 


October 8 State Teatre Portland, ME 


October 9 Metropolis Montreal, QC 


October 11 Sony Centre for Performing Arts Toronto, ON 


October 12 House of Blues Cleveland, OH 


October 13 The Fillmore Detroit Detroit, MI 


October 15 Hoogenboom Center Gran Rapids, MI 


October 17 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL 


October 18 State Theatre Minneapolis, MN 


October 20 Riverside Theater Milwaukee, WI 


October 24 Beacon New York, NY  


November 5 Bass Concert Hall Austin, TX 


November 7 Music Hall Kansas City, MO 


November 8 The Pageant St. Louis, MO 


November 10 Tabernacle Atlanta, GA 


November 11 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN 


November 14 House of Blues Orlando, FL 


November 15 Ruth Eckerd Hall Tampa, FL 


November 17 Fillmore Miami, FL 


December 3 Auckland Town Hall Auckland, New Zealand 


December 6 Brisbane Convention Center Brisbane, Australia 


December 10 Sydney Opera House Sydney, Australia 


December 11 Sydney Opera House Sydney, Australia 


December 14 The Plenary Melbourne, Australia 


December 16 AEC Theatre Adelaide, Australia 


December 19 Belvoir Amphitheatre Perth, Australia 




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