Todd Rundgren Details 2021 ‘Clearly Human’ Multi-City Virtual Tour (Tickets On Sale Now)

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Leave it to Todd Rundgren to continually find ways to do new things, even in an era of extreme uncertainty and frustration caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Thursday, the “Toddfather” announced a rather unique performance plan for 2021 — a multi-city virtual tour. The Clearly Human tour will find Rundgren delivering 25 different performances, “each geo-fenced and tailored to a different US city,” per a news release. Each show will find Rundgren and a 10-piece band performing his 1989 album Nearly Human in its entirety, as well as other songs from throughout his storied career.

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Additional details on how this multi-city virtual tour plan will work:

With each performance emanating from a Chicago venue (the most convenient time zone to allow for 8pm showtimes in every market), the shows will be “localized” to give both the band and the fans a sense of place (e.g. local landmarks will appear on the video wall, catering for the band and crew will feature dishes associated with each city, etc). Single-ticket purchases within the US will be limited to fans with zip codes corresponding to that show’s greater metropolitan area. US-based fans not living in a designated tour market can also “attend” any or all dates via multi-show ticket bundles, which, like internationally-based fans purchasing single-show tickets, will exempt them from geofencing restrictions. In Chicago, there will be a licensed COVID compliance officer on staff at all times, with both the band and crew testing regularly throughout the duration of the virtual tour.

Single tickets for each stop on this “tour” will start at $35, with a variety of add-ons and multi-date packages available at

Here’s the routing for Todd Rundgren’s Clearly Human virtual tour, which is scheduled to launch on Feb. 14:

February 14: Buffalo, NY
February 16: Albany, NY
February 17: New York City, NY
February 19: Virginia Beach, VA
February 20: Pittsburgh, PA
February 22: Cleveland, OH
February 23: Detroit, MI
February 25: Indianapolis, IN
February 26: Chicago, IL
February 28: Madison/Milwaukee, WI
March  1: Minneapolis, MN
March 3: Kansas City, MO
March  4: St. Louis, MO
March  6: Nashville, TN
March  7: Dallas, TX
March  9: Houston, TX
March 10: Austin, TX
March 12: Denver, CO
March 13: Salt Lake City, UT
March 15: Phoenix AZ
March 16: San Diego, CA
March 18: Los Angeles, CA
March 19: San Francisco, CA
March 21: Portland, OR
March 22: Seattle, WA

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