News Conor Oberst announces North American tour

Conor Oberst announces North American tour

He’ll head out solo in July.

Conor Oberst has announced details of a string of North American tour dates.

The singer-songwriter, who’s also headed on the road with bestie Phoebe Bridgers with their Better Oblivion Community Center project, will begin the trip on 17th July at Prescott Park Arts Festival in Portsmouth, NH.

The dates, which also include nights in Jersey City, Chicago and Minneapolis, will feature support from Joanna Sternberg.

Additionally, $1 from each ticket sold will go to The Florence Project, which provides direct legal and social services for detained adults and children under threat of deportation.

The dates are:

JULY
17 Portsmouth, NH Prescott Park Arts Festival
18 Providence, RI Columbus Theatre
19 Norwalk, CT Wall Street Theater
20 Woodstock, NY Bearsville Theater
21 Jersey City, NJ White Eagle Hall
23 Kalamazoo, MI Bell’s Beer Garden
24 Chicago, IL Thalia Hall
25 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre
26 Bloomington, IN Castle Theatre
27 Maquoketa, IA Codfish Hollow Barn
28 Minneapolis, MN Weesner Family Amphitheater at the MN Zoo

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