Bartees Strange Announces 2022 North American Tour

Bartees Strange Announces 2022 North American Tour

He’ll embark on a string of headlining shows in support of Farm to Table beginning in November

Bartees Strange

Bartees Strange, photo by Michael Grant

Bartees Strange has announced a headlining tour of North America in support of his new album Farm to Table. It starts in Pittsburgh at the beginning of November, wrapping the following month in Nashville. Pom Pom squad, They Hate Change, and Spring Silver will join him on the road. See the full schedule below.

The Washington, D.C.-based singer-songwriter released Farm to Table, his second full-length, on June 17. Since 2020’s Live Forever, Bartees has covered songs by Judee Sill and TV on the Radio. He also remixed Phoebe Bridgers’ “Kyoto” and co-produced Oceanator’s second album Nothing’s Ever Fine.

Read Pitchfork’s feature “He’s Bartees Strange, Baby” on the Pitch.

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Bartees Strange 2022 Tour Dates

Bartees Strange:

11-03 Pittsburgh, PA – Thunderbird
11-04 Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop
11-05 Columbus, OH – The Basement
11-07 St. Paul, MN – Turf Club ^
11-08 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall ^
11-09 Detroit, MI – Loving Touch ^
11-14 Boston, MA – The Sinclair #
11-28 Houston, TX – White Oak ^
11-29 Austin, TX – Parish ^
11-30 Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum Art Co ^
12-05 San Diego, CA – Music Box ^
12-06 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater ^
12-07 San Francisco, CA – Independent ^
12-09 Seattle, WA – Neumos ^
12-10 Vancouver, British Columbia – Fox Cabaret ^
12-11 Portland, OR – Doug Fir ^
12-13 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge ^
12-14 Denver, CO – Bluebird ^
12-16 Oklahoma City, OK – Beer City Music Hall ^
12-18 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West ^
12-19 Nashville, TN – Basement East ^

^ with Pom Pom Squad
# with Pom Pom Squad, Spring Silver, They Hate Change

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