Phoebe Bridgers Announces 2022 ‘Reunion Tour’ Dates, Including Coachella, Glastonbury and Beyond

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Rock Cellar Magazine

Phoebe Bridgers enjoyed a monumentally busy 2021, one that earned the singer/songwriter four Grammy nominations on the strength of her standout second full-length record, Punisher, as well as a cathartic and captivating Reunion Tour last fall.

With several high-profile music festival appearances scheduled for later this year, Bridgers on Monday revealed an additional run of tour dates beginning in April and continuing into August, visiting cities and venues all over the country and beyond.

The dates:

4/13: Arizona Federal Theatre – Phoenix, AZ
4/15: Coachella – Indio, CA
4/22: Coachella – Indio, CA
5/13: The Amp at Craig Ranch – Las Vegas, NV
5/14: Kilby Block Party – Salt Lake City, UT
5/17: Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
5/19: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory – Dallas, TX
5/20: Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park – Austin, TX
5/21: The Lawn at White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
5/22: Hangout Fest – Gulf Shores, AL
5/24: The Cuban Club – Tampa, FL
5/25: St Augustine Amphitheatre – St Augustine, FL
5/27: Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park – Atlanta, GA
5/28: Forecastle Festival – Louisville, KY
5/31: Starlight Theatre – Kansas City, MO
6/1: The Waiting Room Outdoors – Omaha, NE
6/3: BMO Harris Pavilion – Milwaukee, WI
6/4: Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island – Chicago, IL
6/7: RBC Echo Beach – Toronto, ON
6/8: MTelus – Montreal, QC
6/9: Thompson’s Point – Portland, ME
6/11: The Anthem – Washington, DC
6/12: The Anthem – Washington, DC
6/13: Stone Pony Summer Stage – Asbury Park, NJ
6/15: BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival at Prospect Park Bandshell – Brooklyn, NY
6/20: Fairview Park – Dublin, Ireland
6/22: Barrowland – Glasgow, UK
6/24-25: Glastonbury – Somerset, UK
6/26: O2 Academy – Birmingham, UK
6/30: Roskilde Festival – Roskilde, Denmark
7/2: Rock Werchter Festival – Werchter, Belgium
7/3: Down The Rabbit Hole Festival – Ewijk, Netherlands
7/5: Carroponte – Milan, Italy
7/7: Bilbao BBK Festival – Bilbao, Spain
7/8: Mad Cool Festival – Madrid, Spain
7/9: NOS Alive Festival – Lisbon, Portugal
7/14: Colours of Ostrava – Ostrava, Czech Republic
7/17: Lollapalooza Paris – Paris, France
7/22: Latitude Festival – Suffolk, UK
7/23: O2 Apollo – Manchester, UK
7/26: O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK
8/7: Hinterland – Saint Charles, IA
8/18: Spokane Pavilion – Spokane, WA
8/20: Orpheum Theatre – Vancouver, BC
8/23: Marymoor Park – Redmond, WA
8/25: Edgefield Amphitheater – Troutdale, OR
8/27: Vina Robles Amphitheatre – Paso Robles, CA
8/28: This Ain’t No Picnic – Los Angeles, CA

Given the level of excitement shown by Phoebe Bridgers fans at her live performances, there’s no doubt the upcoming tour will be a magical night for all in attendance.

More on the live experience, per Rock Cellar’s review of Bridgers’ triumphant hometown shows at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles back in October:

Given the lush confines of the Greek Theatre, nestled among green trees high up near Los Angeles’ Griffith Park, the ethereal nature of the performances gave the proceedings a feeling of being gathered together at a retreat in the hills, thousands of fans singing so loudly at some points that it was a marvel Bridgers’ vocals were audible and not drowned out by the excited masses.

Commanding the big stage with an intimacy you’d normally expect at a tiny club, Bridgers introduced several songs with her trademark dry humor (“This one’s about crying at Whole Foods,” before “ICU,” for example), at one point inspiring a fan to scream loudly during a few seconds of silence, “YOU MAKE ME SAD!” — which, in this context, is probably the biggest compliment she could have received.

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