Booking now: Angel Olsen announces tour of “new unreleased material

Angel Olsen announces tour of “new unreleased material”

The US trek follows two shows at London’s Union Chapel this week.

Angel Olsen played two solo shows at London’s Union Chapel this week, and has now announced more US dates for her solo tour, stretching towards the end of the year.

The new gigs begin in California in early September, and follow her remaining stretch of European shows, and a Brooklyn gig as part of the Festival of Disruption.

Re-visit our 2016 feature with Angel around the release of her latest record ‘MY WOMAN’ here, and view the dates below.

She also recently released a b-sides and rarities compilation called ‘Phases’.

MAY
03 Istanbul, Salon IKSV
04 Istanbul, Salon IKSV
05 Rome, Auditorium Parco della Musica
06 Padova, Anfiteatro del Venda
08 Madrid, Teatro Calderón
09 Barcelona, BARTS (Guitar BCN)
10 San Sebastian, Teatro Principal
12 Santiago De Compostela, Auditorio Abanca
13 Guimarais, Centro Cultural Vila Flor
14 Lisbon, ZDB at Teatro da Trindade
15 Lisbon, ZDB at Teatro da Trindade
20 Brooklyn, Brooklyn Steel (Festival of Disruption)

JUNE
05 Asheville, Masonic Temple

SEPTEMBER
07 Big Sur, Henry Miller Library
08 Sonona, The Old Redwood Barn
10 San Francisco, Nourse Theatre
12 Portland, Newmark Theatre
13 Portland, Newmark Theatre
14 Seattle, The Moore Theatre
15 Vancouver, British Columbia - Vogue Theater (Westward Music Festival)
17 Denver, Paramount Theatre
20 Austin, Paramount Theatre
27 Harrisburg, Harrisburg Arts Centre
28 Tarrytown, Tarrytown Music Hall
29 North Adams, Mass MOCA, Hunter Centre

Photo: Emma Swann / DIY

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