St. Vincent announces 2021 'Daddy's Home' tour dates

Kicking off in September on the East Coast with stops across the U.S. through October
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DADDY. IS. COMING... St. Vincent has announced a string of dates to celebrate her latest album Daddy's Home. She's taking the record on the road for an extensive U.S. tour in addition to her already scheduled appearances at Chicago's Pitchfork Festival, Las Vegas' Life Is Beautiful, the SLC Twilight Series, and Austin City Limits. Check out the full schedule below, including all festival dates.

Tickets will be on sale beginning Thursday, June 3 at 10AM local time, except for the Hollywood Bowl show for which tickets will be available to purchase on June 1 at 10AM PT.

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Here's the full list of St. Vincent's 2021 Daddy's Home tour dates:

9/3 | Thompson’s Point | Portland, ME
9/4 | Higher Ground | Burlington, VT
9/7 | The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center | Cincinnati, OH
9/8 | Stage AE Indoor | Pittsburgh, PA
9/10 | Egyptian Room | Indianapolis, IN
9/11 | Pitchfork Festival | Chicago, IL
9/14 | The Armory | Minneapolis, MN
9/16 | Mission Ballroom | Denver, CO
9/18 | SLC Twilight Series at Gallivan Center | Salt Lake City, UT
9/19 | Life Is Beautiful | Las Vegas, NV
9/22 | Vina Robles | Paso Robles, CA (with Spoon)
9/23 | The Greek Theatre | Berkeley, CA (with Spoon)
9/24 | Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, CA (with Spoon and Mereba)
10/3 | Austin City Limits | Austin, TX
10/5 | The Criterion | Oklahoma City, OK
10/7 | Uptown Theater | Kansas City, MO
10/8 | Pageant | St. Louis, MO
10/9 | Ascend Amphitheater | Nashville, TN
10/11 | The Met | Philadelphia, PA
10/14 | Boch Center - Wang Theatre | Boston, MA
10/15 | College Street Music Hall | New Haven, CT
10/18 | Agora Theatre | Cleveland, OH
10/20 | Fillmore | Detroit, MI

Produced by Annie Clark (St. Vincent) and Jack AntonoffDaddy’s Home, her seventh studio offering was released on May 14 via Loma Vista Recordings and continues the artist's obsession with creating complete vibes, this time one of smoke-filled rooms, rotary phones, and matted shag carpeting.

For those looking for a TL;DR version of this new era of St. Vincent, Annie says the new record, Daddy’s Home, is “really inspired by music from 1971 to ’76, made in Downtown New York – Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, Sly & the Family Stone, that kind of situation – and stories of flawed people doing their best to get by… sometimes succeeding. It’s 17% psychedelic, there’s humor, and compassion, and just stories of people being down-and-out downtown.”

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