Joanna Newsom makes her live return with intimate US tour

Eight autumn shows are her first since 2016

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Joanna Newsom has announced a short run of intimate US shows for the autumn. The Strings/Keys Incident tour will feature “rare and intimate performances by Joanna alone: solo voice, harp and piano.”

It will be the first time Newsom has toured in three years, suggesting that a follow-up to 2015’s Divers album is imminent. Peruse the tourdates below:

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7 Philadelphia Kimmel Center
10 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio
11 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio
12 New York El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio

7 Chicago Thalia Hall
8 Chicago Thalia Hall
9 Chicago Thalia Hall
13 Milwaukee Irish Cultural and Heritage Center

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