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Mitski Reveals Summer Tour Dates in 2022

Mitski Tour 2022
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Mitski is quite popular in Asheville, North Carolina. And she enjoyed The Orange Peel more than any other destination on her tour for at least one night.

The audience’s adoration was palpable early in the February 17th beginning of Mitski‘s mostly sold-out global tour, when the fabric cover on a Monsters, Inc.-style prop door was raised to loud shouts as if Mitski might jump through it at any moment. Buy Tickets From Here

The headliner’s prerecorded message, encouraging everyone to keep their masks on for the rest of the event — really, guys, she’s got a lot relying on these shows — was also welcomed with applause, which was resurrected 15 minutes later when she and her five-piece band hit the stage. Mitski & co. instantly set the tone with “Love Me More” and “Should’ve Been Me,” both off the new album Laurel Hell. Get Cheapest Tickets From Here

Mitski has added new tour dates for 2022. Her shows in support of Laurel Hell have now been extended into the summer. She will perform a string of concerts around Europe from late April to early July, including a couple of shows alongside Harry Styles and appearances at Glastonbury Festival, Roskilde Festival, and Lollapalooza Stockholm. She’ll next head back to North AmKorn and Evanescence have confirmed a co-headlining summer tour in 2022erica for a series of shows, including ones in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia that were originally scheduled for the spring but was pushed back due to “a positive Covid test among the Mitski traveling party.” Buy Tickets From Here

Mitski tour dates :

04-21 Bristol, England – Marble Factory

04-22 Leeds, England – University Union Refectory

04-23 Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowland Ballroom

04-25 Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street

04-26 Manchester, England – Manchester Academy

04-28 London, England – The Roundhouse

04-29 London, England – O2 Academy Brixton

04-30 Brussels, Belgium – Les Nuits Botanique

05-02 Tourcoing, France – Le Grand Mix

05-03 Paris, France – L’Olympia

05-04 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso

05-06 Zurich, Switzerland – Kaufleuten

05-07 Lausanne, Switzerland – Les Docks

05-09 Berlin, Germany – Metropol

05-10 Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega

05-11 Stockholm, Sweden – Fallan

05-12 Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene

05-14 Hamburg, Germany – Fabrik

05-15 Cologne, Germany – Carlswerk Victoria

05-17 Vienna, Austria – WUK

05-18 Prague, Czech Republic – Archa Theatre

05-19 Munich, Germany – Strom

05-21 Istanbul, Turkey – Zorlu Performing Arts Centre

06-11 Glasgow, Scotland – Ibrox Stadium 

06-12 Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall

06-13 Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theater

06-15 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford 

06-16 Manchester, England – Emirates Old Trafford 

06-18 London, England – Wembley Stadium 

06-19 London, England – Wembley Stadium 

06-21 Cardiff, Wales – The Great Hall

06-22 Liverpool, England – Mountford Hall

06-24 Margate, England – Leisure Festival

06-25 Somerset, England – Glastonbury Festival

06-28 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli

06-30 Berlin, Germany – Verti Music Hall

07-01 Roskilde, Denmark – Roskilde Festival

07-02 Stockholm, Sweden – Lollapalooza Stockholm

07-14 Minneapolis, MN – Surly Brewing Festival Field 

07-16 Chicago, IL – Pitchfork Music Festival

07-22 New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall 

07-23 New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall 

07-24 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall 

07-26 Boston, MA – Roadrunner 

07-27 Boston, MA – Roadrunner 

07-28 Providence, RI – Bold Point Park 

07-30 Montreal, Quebec – Osheaga Music and Arts Festival

08-09 Troutdale, OR – Edgefield

08-10 Burnaby, British Columbia 

08-12 Seattle, WA – Day In Day Out Festival

Mitski has recorded five full-length albums as a songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist. The most recent, be the cowboy, was named album of the year by publications such as pitchfork, vulture, consequence, esquire, and flood, as well as the #2 album of the year by the new york times (John Pareles), NPR Music, and spin. It catapulted Mitski from cult beloved to indie darling, with features in the New Yorker and appearances on Austin City Limits and Jimmy Kimmel Live!

(After the launch of 2016’s Puberty 2, she appeared on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show). Mitski makes a bold comeback with a new single/video “working for the knife,” which signals a fresh ferocity we haven’t seen from her before after being off the road since September 2019. In 2022, she’ll embark on a nationwide tour, performing in venues such as New York’s Radio City Music Hall, Los Angeles’ Shrine Exposition Hall, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, and others.

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