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beabadoobee Announces ‘This Is How Tomorrow Moves’ Fall Tour

Will Be At STL Music Park On September 18th

by Linda Carbone
 Following the announcement of her third studio album This Is How Tomorrow Moves out August 16 via Dirty Hit and the release of her new single “Take A Bite,” critically-acclaimed indie icon beabadoobee has announced a North American Fall tour. Her return to the U.S. after kicking off Taylor Swift’s 2023 The Eras Tour, the string of headline dates will bring beabadoobee and her incomparable live show to major cities coast-to-coast kicking off September 8 in Philadelphia, PA, and including Washington, D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Denver, and more, as well as New York’s Central Park SummerStage.

Pre-sales begin with beabadoobee’s artist pre-sale on Friday, May 31 ahead of the general on-sale beginning Thursday, June 6 at 10 a.m. local time. Please visit beabadoobee.com for tickets, pre-sale info, and tour info.

Produced by the legendary Rick Rubin, This Is How Tomorrow Moves captures a journey through confidence and introspection, with themes of self-acceptance and personal growth woven throughout, and stands as a testament to beabadoobee’s artistic evolution, resilience as a performer and growth as a songwriter. PRESS HERE to pre-order This Is How Tomorrow Moves and PRESS HERE to watch the cinematic official music video for lead single “Take A Bite” which was directed by Jake Erland and indulges a desire for chaos despite the self-awareness of bringing past negative cycles into something new.

beabadoobee has been on a skyrocketing trajectory to indie pop stardom over the past few years and has received widespread acclaim for her artistry. This summer, she will debut new music on the UK’s biggest stages, headlining the New Music stage at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, headlining the Radio 1 stage at Reading and Leeds, and as main support for Mitski at London’s All Points East festival. This follows her main support slot on the opening North American leg of Taylor Swift’s record-breaking Eras Tour and the release of her recent singles including “the way things go,” “A Night To Remember” with Laufey, and Top 40 hit “Glue Song.”

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May 26 – BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend – Luton, UK


August 18 – All Points East – London, UK

August 23 – Leeds Festival – Leeds, UK

August 25 – Reading Festival – Reading, UK


September 8 – The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA

September 9 – The Anthem – Washington, DC

September 11 – SummerStage in Central Park – New York, NY

September 13 – MGM Music Hall at Fenway – Boston, MA

September 15 – Coca-Cola Coliseum – Toronto, ON

September 17 – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL

September 18 – Saint Louis Music Park – Maryland Heights, MO

September 20 –Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, CO

September 21 – The Union – Salt Lake City, UT

September 24 – Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery – Woodinville, WA

September 26 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA

September 28 – Greek Theatre – Los Angeles, CA

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