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David Byrne is finishing up work on his new solo album which includes collaborations with old friend Brian Eno, as well as Oneohtrix Point Never. Details for that are still to come, but David will be testing out new material, and an ambitious new stage show, on a short East Coast tour in March. Says David:

Some months ago I went to Clair Bothers in Manheim, PA to test out tech for some new live shows. I had an idea that everyone in the band might be mobile… so there would be no risers, drum platform or any of that stuff. I’d experienced a taste of this on the tour I did with St. Vincent, where all the brass players were mobile.

With everyone mobile, I realized the stage could be completely clear. If we could have the monitors in our ears, the amps off-stage and the lights up high, then we had the possibility of a completely empty space.

David goes on to explain the complexities and difficulties of a show like this but says they seem to have found a solution and that this will be “the most ambitious show I’ve done since the shows that were filmed for Stop Making Sense.” Read David’s whole note below.

Dates don’t include a show in NYC but there are shows in the nearby area, including Red Bank’s Count Basie Theatre on March 3 (tickets), Wilkes-Barre, PA’s F.M Kirby Center for the Performing Arts on March 4 (tickets), Waterbury, CT’s Palace Theater on March 9 (tickets), and Kingston, NY’s Ulster PAC on March 10 (tickets). There are also shows in Buffalo, NY and Hershey, PA. Tickets for all dates of the tour go on sale Friday, December 15.

After that short tour, David will play Lollapaloozas in Chile, Argentina and Brazil. All dates are listed below.

"Some months ago I went to Clair Bothers in Manheim, PA to test out tech for some new live shows. I had an idea that everyone in the band might be mobile… so there would be no risers, drum platform or any of that stuff. I’d experienced a taste of this on the tour I did with St. Vincent, where all the brass players were mobile.

With everyone mobile, I realized the stage could be completely clear. If we could have the monitors in our ears, the amps off-stage and the lights up high, then we had the possibility of a completely empty space.

The problem was that there are always a lot of people and gear around the periphery of a music show—amps, monitor mixers, stage hands looking bored, road cases, etc., which would be completely distracting—how to hide that stuff? A curtain or drape obviously, but as I might be doing outdoor venues then there arose the issue of wind and drapes or curtains. A relatively light wind can play havoc with cloth, and if you try and anchor it, you end up having made yourself a very large sail—big enough to pull down the entire rig.

In Vegas and some other places, lightweight chains have been used instead of curtains… so we looked at a sample. It seemed promising, so we tested it at scale, to see if it took light (it seemed possible that the light might go right through) and to make sure it didn’t interfere with the wireless transmissions—or the whole mobile idea would be impossible.

It worked. It takes color beautifully.

Not only does it take color, one can cast shadows on the chain.

The band and I will be testing all of this in front of a live audience during a small number of shows in the beginning of March. We’ll be doing some new songs… and many others that will, I assume, be familiar. I’m excited. This is the most ambitious show I’ve done since the shows that were filmed for Stop Making Sense, so fingers crossed."

David Byrne – 2018 Tour Dates
MAR 3 2018 COUNT BASIE THEATRE RED BANK, NJ
MAR 4 2018 F.M. KIRBY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ART WILKES-BARRE, PA
MAR 6 2018 CENTER FOR THE ARTS BUFFALO, NY
MAR 7 2018 HERSHEY THEATRE HERSHEY, PA
MAR 9 2018 PALACE THEATER WATERBURY, CT
MAR 10 2018 ULSTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER KINGSTON, NY

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In for Seattle!

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Fucking IN for this! Awesome!


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Yay for Count Basie. 20 mins away. Most delicious beer bar next door too.


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I've literally never listened to any David Byrne solo stuff, but my gut tells me that I should be seeing this when it plays Hershey regardless if it is a Wednesday.

Does he play any Talking Heads Stuff or is he all solo these days?


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MAR 7 2018 HERSHEY THEATRE HERSHEY, PA


Interesting


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I've literally never listened to any David Byrne solo stuff, but my gut tells me that I should be seeing this when it plays Hershey regardless if it is a Wednesday.

Does he play any Talking Heads Stuff or is he all solo these days?

He’ll play some TH stuff for sure. The last album he did with Eno is solid. “Everything That Happens Will Happen Today”


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JIMMYWILSON69 wrote:
I've literally never listened to any David Byrne solo stuff, but my gut tells me that I should be seeing this when it plays Hershey regardless if it is a Wednesday.

Does he play any Talking Heads Stuff or is he all solo these days?

usually about 50/50, for the two times ive seen him.

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and his solo stuff is great

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the album w st vincent came out after everything that happens, and he did a stage show thing with fatboy slim that had a soundtrack. it was neat.

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I've always intended on listening to some of his solo stuff, but just never have. I guess I should start listening and buy some tickets for a local show!


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One of those artists I make sure to see every time he comes to the area.
Always a great show!


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Yay for Count Basie. 20 mins away. Most delicious beer bar next door too.




I'll be there with wife - staying at Molly Pitcher Inn

there is a promo code you can unlock to buy now - I tried 40 diff things - anyone know?


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id do NJ if i were still NYC-centric. Hoping he takes it nearby.

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Palace theatre is nice place, despite Waterbury being kindof shity


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Yay for Count Basie. 20 mins away. Most delicious beer bar next door too.




I'll be there with wife - staying at Molly Pitcher Inn

there is a promo code you can unlock to buy now - I tried 40 diff things - anyone know?


Maybe we can meet up at Jamian’s preshow or after?


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Seriously thinking of driving to Hershey from the burgh. His shows never disappoint


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Gonna assume he’s playing Lollapalooza in Chicago too. Gross. Would have preferred a theater show here. Might try for Red Bank and travel to Jersey.


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Hoping he adds more dates.
Have seen him three times, twice with the Tosca Strings on the Grown Backwards tour, and once on the Everything That Happens... tour. All stunning.

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MAR 7 2018 HERSHEY THEATRE HERSHEY, PA


Interesting


Yeah, weird he would pick Hershey, but I'm all for it.


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saw him w/ Tosca Strings in Berkeley about 10-15 years ago, was outstanding
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Gonna try for Basie tix on Friday


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If anyone finds some pre-sale codes, please post them up here. I'll do the same.


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live nation mobile app presale was pretty smooth, landed two in the front of the loge for hershey


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Presale Code for Hershey is "Hershey" Pulled to in the center section of the Orchestra Row Q. Pretty happy with those, and excited to see this show!

Also I was able to pull seats on Live Nation Mobile app. No code required.


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Thanks hal!!

I might not have found out about this in advance otherwsie! We don't get the greatest concert selection in Central PA, so I would've been bummed about not seeing this. Plus Hershey Theater is awesome.

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$112 for 2 tickets in a sick theater. Hershey! In what he calls the best production he’s part of since stop making sense. That’s how you do it! Never saw the TH but his solo shows are always the best. I’m fine with him playing all solo stuff but he mixes nicely.
Pumped!!!!!!


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None of it's close enough for me, but if I still lived in PA I'd be all over that Hershey show


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Just snagged 3 for Hershey, should be fun!


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Yes got 2 in row Q, center Orchestra this AM


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Excellent. We'll be up in the nosebleeds, but it's small enough that it won't be that bad...


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Gonna try for Basie tix on Friday




ME TOO BUT i WISH I could figure out this offer code - the whole ORCH is pretty much gone already


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Live nation App doesn't need a code. Just DO and login with TM credentials


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JIMMYWILSON69 wrote:
Live nation App doesn't need a code. Just DO and login with TM credentials


Phlow = LTL


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FeelinCheezy wrote:
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Live nation App doesn't need a code. Just DO and login with TM credentials


Phlow = LTL




total LTL


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JIMMYWILSON69 wrote:
Live nation App doesn't need a code. Just DO and login with TM credentials




actually no LTL - just tried my app and still required code


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Here's what my screen looks like. Unselect the 2 options that require passwors

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personally never understood the phish fan love for the talking heads

of course, they're great. back in 93 it was steely dan, just sayin


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they're funky and weird. like teh phish.

CT presale is going on now. pw = feelings

just grabbed 2 in the mezzanine.


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they're funky and weird. like teh phish.

CT presale is going on now. pw = feelings

just grabbed 2 in the mezzanine.



Thanks much for the tip!! Got 3 in mezzanine!


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GOt Scranton tickets today, woot woot!


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grabbed by Buffalo Tix this morning.. balcony row H..shouldn't be too bad!


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personally never understood the phish fan love for the talking heads

of course, they're great. back in 93 it was steely dan, just sayin

Steely Dan is still awesome


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lots more dates added in summer sheds
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3/3 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre
3/4 Wilkes-Barre, PA F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
3/6 Buffalo, NY Center For The Arts
3/7 Hershey, PA Hershey Theatre
3/9 Waterbury, Ct Palace Theater
3/10 Kingston, NY Ulster Performing Arts Center
3/16 Santiago, CHI Lollapalooza (Chile)
3/18 Buenos Aires, ARG Lollapalooza (Argentina)
3/19 Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires (Argentina)
3/20 Teatro de Verano, Montevideo (Uruguay)
3/24 Sao Paulo, BRA Lollapalooza (Brazil)
4/3 Mexico City, MX Metropolitan Theater
4/5 Monterrey, MX Auditorio Pabellón M
4/7 Guadalajara, MX Corona Capital Guadalajara
4/14 Indio, CA Coachella
4/15 Tucson, AZ Centennial Hall
4/17 San Diego, CA San Diego Civic Theater
4/18 Las Vegas, NV Smith Center for the Arts
4/19 Mesa, AZ Mesa Arts Center-Ikeda Theater
4/21 Indio, CA Coachella
4/24 Dallas, TX Winspear Opera House
4/25 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion
4/27 San Antonio, TX Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
4/28 Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall Outside Lawn
5/4 – 5/6 Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees
5/6 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
5/8 Asheville, NC Thomas Wolfe Civic Auditorium
5/9 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium
5/10 Durham PAC Durham, NC5/12 Washington, DC The Anthem
5/13 Pittsburgh, PA Benedum Center for the Arts
5/15 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
5/16 Madison, WI Orpheum Theater
5/17 Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theater
5/19 Saskatoon, SASK TCU Place
5/20 Edmonton, ALB Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
5/21 Calgary, ALB Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
5/23 Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theater
5/24 Seattle, WA Paramount Theater
5/27 Portland, OR Keller Audiorium
5/28 Eugene, OR Hult Center
5/30 Salt Lake City, UT Capitol Theatre
6/2 Chicago, IL Auditorium Theater
6/5 Des Moines, IA Des Moines Civic Center
6/7 Kansas City, MO Kauffman Center for the Arts
6/8 St. Louis, MO Peabody Opera House
6/9 Indianapolis, IN Farmers Bureau Lawn Amphitheater
6/14 Oxford, England New Theatre
6/15 Glasgow, Scotland Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
6/17 Birmingham, England Birmingham Symphony Hall
6/18 Manchester, England Manchester Apollo
6/19 London, England Eventim Apollo
6/22-23 Prague, Czech Republic Metronome Festival
6/25 Zagreb, Croatia INmusic Festival
6/26 Wien, Austria Museumsquartier
6/30 – 7/1 Ewijk, Netherlands Down The Rabbit Hole
7/5 – 7/8 Werchter, Belgium Rock Werchter
7/6 Roskilde, Denmark Roskilde Festival
7/5 Gdynia, Poland Open’er Festival
7/11 Oeiras, Portugal Cool Jazz Festival
7/13 Bilbao, Spain Bilbao BBK Live Festival
7/13-14 Barcelona, Spain Cruilla Barcelona
7/17 Zürich, Switzerland Theater 11
7/19 Ravenna, Italy Ravenna Festival
7/20 Perugia, Italy Umbria Jazz Festival
7/21 Trieste, Italy Piazza UNita
7/27 Camden, NJ XPoNential Music Festival
7/31 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
8/1 Shelburne, VT Shelburne Museum – The Green
8/3 Toronto, ONT Sony Center for the Performing Arts
8/5 Canandaigua, NY Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
8/8 Grand Rapids, MI Devos Performance Hall
8/10 Detroit, MI Fox Theater
8/11 Huber Heightes, OH Rose Music Center
8/12 Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion at Riverbend
8/16 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
8/18 San Jose, CA City National Civic Auditorium
8/21 Sacramento CA Community Theater
8/24 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
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