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Courtney Barnett Announces Solo US Tour

Thursday, 05 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Mia Mala McDonald

Courtney Barnett has rolled out dates for her first solo tour of the United States.

The Australian singer-songwriter, who released 'Tell Me How You Really Feel' last year, will kick off the run on January 23 in Wilmington, Delaware before heading to Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and California. She'll perform without a backing band, alone with her guitar, while Hachiku will open the proceedings.

Prior to the tour, Barnett appears at Wilco's Sky Blue Sky festival in Riveira Maya, Mexico and supports Brandi Carlile at two nights at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. 

Tickets for the new dates go on general sale at 10am on September 6. 

Courtney Barnett Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu January 23 2020 - WILMINGTON Delaware - Queen Wilmington (USA)
Fri January 24 2020 - NORTHAMPTON Massachusetts - Iron Horse (USA)
Sat January 25 2020 - WOODSTOCK New York - Levon Helm Studios (USA)
Mon January 27 2020 - PITTSBURGH Pennsylvania - Warhol at Carnegie Lecture Hall (USA)
Tue January 28 2020 - CLEVELAND Ohio - Garner Auditorium (USA)
Wed January 29 2020 - BLOOMINGTON Illinois - Castle Theatre (USA)
Fri January 31 2020 - PIONEERTOWN California - Pappy and Harriets (USA)
Sat February 01 2020 - SAN LOUIS OBISPO California - Fremont Theater (USA)
Sun February 02 2020 - SONOMA California - Redwood Barn (USA)

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