Indie folk artist Sufjan Stevens will take to the road again this fall in support of Carrie & Lowell, his most recent studio effort. The tour will take place between October and November, hitting cities that Stevens failed to reach during his spring run of shows in the U.S.
Stevens will play the Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island this weekend before heading over to Colorado next month for the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival. Check out his complete tour itinerary below, which also includes a European leg in September:
Sufjan Stevens 2015 Tour Dates
07/25 – Newport, RI @ Newport Folk Festival
08/14 – Lyons, CO @ Rocky Mountain Folks Festival
08/28 – Dublin, IE @ Helix
08/29 – Dublin, IE @ Helix
08/30 – Edinburgh, UK @ Edinburgh International Festival
08/31 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Apollo Manchester
09/02 – London, UK @ Royal Festival Hall
09/03 – London, UK @ Royal Festival Hall
09/04 – Brighton, UK @ The Dome
09/05 – Salisbury, UK @ End of the Road Festival
09/06 – Bristol, UK @ Colston Hall
09/08 – Paris, FR @ Le Grand Rex
09/09 – Paris, FR @ Le Grand Rex
09/10 – Brussels, BE @ Bozar
09/12 – Oslo, NO @ Oslo Spektrum
09/13 – Stockholm, SE @ Gota Lejon
09/14 – Copenhagen, DK @ Falconer
09/15 – Hamburg, DE @ Mehr Theater
09/16 – Berlin, DE @ Admiral Palace
09/17 – Berlin, DE @ Admiral Palace
09/19 – Essen, DE @ Colosseum Theater
09/20 – Geneva, CH @ Theatre du Leman
09/21 – Milan, IT @ Teatro della Luna
09/23 – Amsterdam, NL @ Royal Theatre Carre
09/24 – Amsterdam, NL @ Royal Theatre Carre
09/25 – Relms, FR @ Comidle Theatre
09/26 – Luxembourg @ Grand Theatre
09/27 – Lyon, FR @ Le Radiant
09/29 – Barcelona, ES @ El Forum
09/30 – Madrid, ES @ Teatro Circo Price
10/24 – Santa Barbara, CA @ The Arlington Theatre
10/25 – Phoenix, AZ @ Orpheum Theatre
10/26 – Albuquerque, NM @ Popejoy Hall
10/28 – Omaha, NE @ Orpheum Theater
10/30 – Buffalo, NY @ The Center for the Arts University at Buffalo
10/31 – Jersey City, NJ @ Loews Jersey Theatre
11/01 – Baltimore, MD @ Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
11/03 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Hall
11/04 – Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium
11/05 – Atlanta, GA @ Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
11/06 – Orlando, FL @ Theater at the Dr. Phillips Center
11/07 – Miami, FL @ Olympia Theater at Gunsman Center
11/09 – Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Performing Arts Center
11/10 – Birmingham, AL @ Alabama Theatre
11/11 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
11/12 – Louisville, KY @ Robert S. Whitney Hall, The Kentucky Center
11/13 – Cincinnati, OH @ Aronoff Center
Prices for Sufjan Stevens Tickets Beginning to Drop With Two Weeks of Tour Remaining
(UPDATE 5/28/15) Touring in support of his latest studio effort Carrie & Lowell, Sufjan Stevens has nine more dates left on his current run of shows. The singer-songwriter is slated to play gigs through June 11, when he ultimately wraps at The Paramount Theatre in Seattle. Ticket prices on the secondary market are beginning to fall as he shaves more dates off the calendar, nosediving from his late-April average of $157.62 to his current median price of $100.58.
Stevens makes his most expensive remaining stop on June 9 at Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $133.57 and get-in price is $64. Only two other dates will exceed the $100 average on the secondary market. Both shows will be held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles on June 3 and 4, where tickets average at $116.31 and 131.02, respectively.
A June 2 show at Copley Symphony Hall in San Diego will be the cheapest remaining show. Tickets average at $60.52 on the secondary market and get-in price starts at $37.
One Week Into Tour, Sufjan Stevens Ticket Prices Continue to Increase on Secondary Market
(Update 4/24/15) Sufjan Stevens is knee-deep in his current North American tour leg, and the singer is continuing to see ticket prices increase on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Sufjan Stevens tickets over his three-month tour is now $157.62, up 42% from last week’s average of $111.04. The singer’s most expensive upcoming show will be on May 2 at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York, where average secondary price is $432.64 and get-in price starts at $53. His cheapest show will be on May 9 at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans. That show sees a $73.34 average and $38 low price.
(UPDATE 4/17/15) With his spring tour underway, Sufjan Stevens continues to see ticket price increase on the secondary market. Last week, the singer saw tickets average at $97.91 across his 33-date stint. Six shows into tour, Sufjan Stevens tickets on TicketIQ now own a secondary average of $111.04.
The singer will play his most expensive show on May 2 at the Kings Theatre in New York. That show currently averages at $298.35 and the cheapest available ticket is priced at $51. A May 10 show at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas is the only other show that averages above $200.
Stevens’ cheapest show will be held on April 20 at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis at $55.05. 10 other shows will see tickets average below $100 on the secondary market, including stops at the Masonic Temple Theatre, Chicago Theatre, Saenger Theatre and Paramount Theatre.
(UPDATE 4/7/15) Sufjan Stevens is packing up the tour bus this week to begin his spring tour. The indie folk singer will kick things off this Friday at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music and will wind around the U.S. and Canada through June 10, when he ultimately wraps at The Paramount in Seattle.
33 dates in total are scheduled over the three-month stint on the road. Stevens will hit notable venues like New York City’s Beacon Theater, the Chicago Theatre, Detroit’s Masonic Temple, Oakland’s Fox Theater and Vancouver Orpheum Theater. Three Canadian dates are scheduled at Massey Hall in Toronto, Place Des Artes in Montreal and Vancouver’s Orpheum Theater.
If planning to peruse the secondary market for tickets to upcoming shows, the average price for Sufjan Stevens tickets on TicketIQ is $97.91. The singer will play his most expensive show at the Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland on April 16, where tickets average at $211.82 and the get-in price starts at $172. The cheapest date of tour will be at Detroit’s Masonic Temple Theatre on April 27. That show currently owns a secondary average of $67.38 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $36.
Stevens will be touring in support of his latest release Carrie & Lowell, which dropped on March 31. The album explores the singer’s folk roots and was recorded in a minimalistic nature. Stevens recorded the entire studio in his studio apartment in Brooklyn and is an ode to his late mother, Carrie, who passed away in 2012.
Consult the full tour itinerary below and check back her for all Sufjan Stevens tour updates and announcements.
Sufjan Stevens 2015 Spring Tour Dates
04-10 Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music
04-11 New York, NY - Beacon Theater
04-12 Hartford, CT - The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts
04-14 Portland, ME - Merrill Auditorium
04-15 Albany, NY - The Palace Theater
04-16 Cleveland, OH - Cleveland Masonic Auditorium
04-17 Columbus, OH - Palace Theater
04-18 Indianapolis, IN - The Murat Theatre
04-20 St. Louis, MO - Peabody Opera House
04-21 Kansas City, MO - Midland Theater
04-22 Minneapolis, MN - Northrop Auditorium
04-23 Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theater
04-24 Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
04-27 Detroit, MI - Masonic Temple
04-28 Grand Rapids, MI - Covenant Fine Arts Center
04-29 Toronto, Ontario - Massey Hall
04-30 Montreal, Quebec - Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier/Place Des Artes
05-01 Brooklyn, NY - Kings Theatre
05-04 Boston, MA - Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre
05-05 Washington, DC - DAR Constitution Hall
05-06 Richmond, VA - Altria Theater
05-07 Durham, NC - Durham Performing Arts Center
05-09 New Orleans, LA - Saenger Theatre
05-10 Dallas, TX - Majestic Theatre
05-11 Houston, TX - Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
05-12 Austin, TX - Bass Concert Hall
06-02 San Diego, CA - Copley Symphony Hall
06-03 Los Angeles, CA - Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
06-05 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
06-08 Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
06-09 Vancouver, British Columbia - Orpheum Theatre
06-10 Seattle, WA - The Paramount Theatre
(1/29/15) Indie-folk singer Sufjan Stevens is going on tour later this year is support of new album Carrie and Lowell due out on March 31st. The tour begins shortly after the album’s release in Philadelphia at the Academy of Music on April 10th. Stevens then will play in New York City on the 11th at Beacon Theatre. This show has the most expensive average ticket price of the tour of $361.64, compared to the tour average of $199.15. The tour heads to the midwest with a show on April 16th in Cleveland, Ohio at the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium. The show in St. Louis, Missouri at the Peabody Opera House on the 20th has the cheapest average ticket price of $100.37. On April 27th Stevens will return to his hometown of Detroit, Michigan to play at the Masonic Temple. Tickets for this show have an average price of $130.83. Stevens will stay on Michigan and play the Covenant Fine Arts Center in Grand Rapids on the 28th. On May 1st the tour returns to New York City this time with a show in Brooklyn at the Kings Theatre. Stevens’ tour will continue the month of May hitting the south and stopping in Austin, Texas at Bass Concert Hall on the May 12. After a break Stevens’ resumes in June heading up the west coast ending on June 10th in Seattle, Washington at The Paramount Theatre.