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Joanna Newsom extends String/Keys Incident tour

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She’s added more shows in Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and Milwaukee

Joanna Newsom has added more dates to her String/Keys Incident tour.

The tour will feature “rare and intimate performances by Joanna alone: solo voice, harp and piano.” The tour, which begins in Philadelphia in September, runs through until October, where it ends in Milwaukee. As yet, she has not announced any European dates.

It will be the first time Newsom has toured in three years, suggesting that a follow-up to 2015’s Divers album is imminent.

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Pitchfork reports that the new dates are additional shows in each of the cities she’s visiting.

September


6 Philadelphia Kimmel Center


7 Philadelphia Kimmel Center


9 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio


10 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio


11 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio


12 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio


13 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio


14 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio


15 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio

October


7 Chicago Thalia Hall


8 Chicago Thalia Hall


9 Chicago Thalia Hall


10 Chicago Thalia Hall


12 Milwaukee Irish Cultural and Heritage Center


13 Milwaukee Irish Cultural and Heritage Center

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