Natalie Merchant Tour 2023: Tickets, where to buy, venues, dates, and more

Natalie Merchant (Image via Twitter/Natalie Merchant)
The venues and dates for Natalie Merchant's upcoming 2023 tour (Image via Twitter/Natalie Merchant)

On November 29, Natalie Merchant confirmed a show at Hershey Theatre in 2023, according to an announcement from Hershey Entertainment. The artist will be performing on April 22 next year as part of her Keep Your Courage tour. Fans can purchase tickets from and Tickets will go on sale on December 2 at 10:00 a.m.

The alternative rock artist will begin her U.S. tour after the release of her ninth studio album Keep Your Courage on April 14, 2023. Natalie Merchant produced her new album with two duets featuring vocalist Abena Koomson-Davis in collaboration with the group Lanasa, Syrian virtuoso clarinetist Kinan Azmeh, and horn arrangements by jazz trombonist Steve Davis.


Natalie Merchant Tour 2023: Venues, dates, and more

Given below are the dates and venues for Natalie Merchant's Spring U.S. tour:

  • April 15, Poughkeepsie, NY— Bardavon, 1869 Opera House
  • April 18, Pittsburgh, PA — Byham Theater
  • April 19, Charlottesville, VA — The Paramount Theater
  • April 21, Philadelphia, PA — Kimmel Cultural Campus
  • April 22, Hershey, PA — Hershey Theatre
  • April 24, Greenville, SC — Peace Center Concert Hall
  • April 26, Clearwater, FL — Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • April 27, Fort Lauderdale, FL — Au-Rene Theater at Broward Center for the Performing Arts
  • April 28, St. Augustine, FL — The St. Augustine Amphitheatre
  • April 30, Atlanta, GA — Atlanta Symphony Hall
  • May 9, Portland, ME — Merrill Auditorium
  • May 10, Boston, MA — Emerson Colonial Theatre
  • May 13, Cleveland, OH — KeyBank State Theatre
  • May 14, Cincinnati, OH — Taft Theatre
  • May 16, Carmel, IN — The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts
  • May 17, Ann Arbor, MI — Michigan Theater
  • May 19, Chicago, IL — Chicago Theatre
  • May 20, Milwaukee, WI — The Pabst Theater
  • June 2–3, New York, NY — Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center
  • June 28, Providence, RI — Veterans Memorial Auditorium
  • June 30 – July 1, Washington, DC — John F. Kennedy Center for The Performing Arts
  • July 8, Chautauqua, NY — Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater
  • September 20, Spokane, WA — Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox
  • September 22, Seattle, WA — Venue TBA
  • September 23, Portland, OR — Keller Auditorium
  • September 26, San Francisco, CA — The Masonic
  • September 27, Saratoga, CA — The Mountain Winery
  • September 29, San Diego, CA — Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay
  • Date TBA — Los Angeles, CA — Venue TBA

The Keep Your Courage’ vinyl LP edition includes four bonus tracks from previous albums that were unreleased on vinyl. Fans who order the vinyl early from the artist's official website and will receive limited-edition red vinyl with access to an exclusive, virtual, pre-release event.

Natalie Merchant’s new album tracklist includes songs such as Big Girls, Come on, Aphrodite, Sister Tilly, Narcissus, Hunting the Wren, Guardian Angel, Eye of the Storm, Tower of Babel, Song of Himself, and The Feast of Saint Valentine. It will also feature bonus content including Spring and Fall: To a Young Child (from the 2010s Leave Your Sleep) and Butterfly (from 2017’s Butterfly).

The tracklist also features Giving up Everything (from 2014’s Natalie Merchant), and Frozen Charlotte (from 2017’s Butterfly which is the original version on 1998’s Ophelia).

Natalie Merchant is one of the most respected American recording artists. She was previously the lead vocalist and lyricist of the alternative rock band 10,000 Maniacs. She released one platinum, two double-platinum, and one triple-platinum record with the group.

The artist's nine albums as a soloist have a combined sale of seven million copies. Fans can find more information about the artist's upcoming tours on Hershey Entertainment and Natalie Merchant's official website.

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