Phoebe Bridgers just announced she will be hitting the road this fall alongside electropop band MUNA.
The Reunion Tour Starts in September
The Reunion Tour will be Phoebe’s first time playing live since 2019. The 26-date tour kicks off on September 3 in St. Louis and will conclude on October 26 in Washington. MUNA will join Phoebe on the stage on 11 dates out of the 26. The tour will also include a hometown first for Bridgers when she headlines the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
Phoebe, who was nominated for four Grammy Awards for her latest album Punisher, will also play six festivals in between tour dates. She will perform at Bonnaroo in Tennessee, Pitchfork Festival in Illinois; Firefly Festival in Delaware, Governors Ball in New York; two weekends of ACL Festival in Texas, and Shaky Knees Festival in Georgia.
Phoebe Stayed Busy During the Pandemic
During the pandemic, Phoebe hosted the World Tour of her apartment last summer, played a full set to an entirely empty Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado for the Red Rocks Unpaused live stream, and turned in multiple late-night TV performances including an unforgettable debut on Saturday Night Live in February.
Alongside her sophomore album Punisher being released in June last year, the star has not held back from working on new music. She released the EP Copycat Killer on November 20. Just a few days later, she gave fans a second EP in one month. The Holiday-themed EP If We Make It Through December arrived on November 23.
This year, Phoebe stayed busy working with Spotify for their Spotify Singles series; which plenty of worldwide-known artists have done. There, she shared two new singles: “Kyoto” and “Summer’s End.”
Tickets for the Reunion Tour go on sale to the general public this Friday, July 16 at 12 p.m. local time through Ticketmaster.
Check out the full list of dates down below!