Father John Misty Announces New North American Tour Dates

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Father John Misty Announces New North American Tour Dates

Father John Misty is guesting on SNL this week and if that isn’t enough, the Paste Quarterly cover guy is packing it up and going global in support of his forthcoming Pure Comedy LP.

Misty’s new headlining dates include Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Theatre (May 5-6), Brooklyn’s King Theatre (May 10), Chicago Theatre (May 15), The Paramount in Seattle (May 24), Vancouver’s Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park (May 26), and Mexico City’s Metropolitan Theatre (June 7). The tour as a whole starts with a late-March run of European shows, and the aforementioned record drops about two weeks later on April 7. Along the way, Mr. Misty will traipse through festivals in Arizona, Norway and Japan, and play shows in British Columbia and Mexico City. General public ticket sales for the tour start at noon local time on Friday, March 3.

You can see Father John Misty on the cover of Paste Quarterly Issue One here, and check out his full slate of tour stops below, along with Paste Cloud audio from his 2012 Daytrotter session and the excellent Pure Comedy cut “Ballad of the Dying Man.”

Father John Misty Tour Dates:

March
20 – Paris, France @ Café De La Danse
21 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Zonnehuis
24 – London, England @ Rio Cinema Dalston
26 – Glasgow, Scotland @ 6 Music Festival @ Tramway

April
12 – San Diego, Calif. @ Humphrey’s
14 – Indio, Calif. @ Coachella
21 – Indio, Calif. @ Coachella

May
05 – Toronto, Ontario @ Royal Alexandra Theatre
06 – Toronto, Ontario @ Royal Alexandra Theatre
10 – Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Kings Theatre
13 – Mayer, Ariz. @ FORM Arcosanti Festival
15 – Chicago, Ill. @ Chicago Theatre
24 – Seattle, Wash. @ Paramount Theatre
26 – Burnaby, British Columbia @ Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park

June
07 – Mexico City, Mexico @ Metropolitan Theatre
22-24 – Oslo, Norway @ Piknik I Parken Festival
23-25 – Ewijk, Netherlands @ Down the Rabbit Hole Festival

July
28-30 – Niigata, Japan @ Fuji Rock Festival

August
04-06 – Montreal, Quebec @ Osheaga Festival
31 – Dorset, England @ End of the Road Festival

September
01-03 – Dorset, England @ End of the Road Festival

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