Damien Rice confirms spring U.S. tour

Damien Rice is set to embark on a nationwide tour this spring—his largest U.S. run in nearly a decade—including stops at the Beacon Theater in New York City, the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Of his live set, Billboard hails, “Spellbinding, captivating, riveting, mesmerizing, dazzling—there aren’t enough words in the thesaurus to convey the bravura and depth it takes to hold an entire room in 2014 for two hours with no production, no visuals, no frills, just songs and stories.”

A limited number of advance tickets will be available to mailing list subscribers via www.damienrice.com. A 48-hour pre-sale window will begin on begin Wednesday, November 19 at 10 a.m. local time and general on-sale will begin Friday, November 21 at 10 a.m. local time. See below for details.
My Favourite Faded Fantasy, the highly anticipated new album from Rice, is now available and continues to receive critical praise both stateside and abroad. The record debuted #1 in Ireland, #2 in Holland, #3 in Belgium, #7 in the U.K. Rice also performed the album’s single “I Don’t Want to Change You” on “The Late Show with David Letterman”: http://bit.ly/14Ein4a.
My Favourite Faded Fantasy was produced by renowned producer Rick Rubin and Rice. The recording began in Los Angeles and finished up in Iceland. Watch the clip of Rice explaining his creative process here: http://bit.ly/10zh2Kl. The video for “I Don’t Want to Change You” recently premiered at Huffington Post, watch it here: http://bit.ly/1tDE5yq. The video was directed by Icelandic filmmaking duo Arni & Kinski and also shot in Iceland.
Damien Rice Tour Dates
March 31                                                      Atlanta, GA                                             The Tabernacle
April 1                                                        Nashville, TN                                     Ryman Auditorium
April 3                                                      Washington, DC                                        Lincoln Theatre
April 4                                                        New York, NY                                          Beacon Theatre
April 7                                                         Boston, MA                                         Orpheum Theatre
April 8                                                      Philadelphia, PA                                   Academy of Music
April 11                                                       Toronto, ON                                                Massey Hall
April 13                                                    Indianapolis, IN       Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
April 14                                                        Chicago, IL                                      Auditorium Theatre
April 15                                                   Minneapolis, MN                              Northrop Auditorium
April 17                                                       Boulder, CO                                           Boulder Theater
April 20                                                       Portland, OR                                       Keller Auditorium
April 21                                                        Seattle, WA                         Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
April 23                                                       Oakland, CA                                                 Fox Theater
April 24                                                    Los Angeles, CA                                          Greek Theatre

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