Booking now Courtney Barnett announces new touring festival ‘Here and There’

She’ll be joined by Sleater-Kinney, Waxahatchee, Alvvays, Lucy Dacus, Snail Mail and many more across the dates.

Courtney Barnett has announced details of her own touring festival called Here and There.

Across August and early September, the Aussie singer-songwriter will host a travelling roadshow featuring the likes of Sleater-Kinney, Japanese Breakfast, Waxahatchee, Lucy Dacus, Snail Mail, Alvvays, Julia Jacklin, Wet Leg and many, many more.

“When I was a kid I would make mixtapes and dream up my own festivals, I’d even design the T-shirts and pair up musicians for iconic collaborations. I’d listen to the mixtape and pretend it was the live recording of a concert, all my favourite artists on stage together,” Barnett said of the inspiration behind the festival.

“Ten years ago I wrote this lyric: ‘I got lost somewhere between here and there, I’m not sure what the town was called.’ Whether that was meant to be interpreted as a geographical, emotional or philosophical journey, I thought it was the perfect title for my roaming festival.”

See the dates for ‘Here and There’ below, with a unique line-up promised on each show.

8 – Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
9 – St. Louis, MO - The Factory
10 – Cleveland, OH - The Agora Theatre and Ballroom
12 – Harrisburg, PA - Harrisburg University at XL Live
13 – North Adams, MA - Mass MoCA
14 – Syracuse, NY - Beak & Skiff
16 – Chicago, IL - The Salt Shed
20 – Portland, OR - Edgefield
21 – Redmond, WA - Marymoor Park
23 – Vancouver, British Columbia - Orpheum
26 – Stanford, CA - Frost Amphitheater at Stanford
28 – San Diego, CA - Humphrey’s Concerts by the Bay
31 – Dallas, TX - The Factory in Deep Ellum

1 – Austin, TX - ACL Live at The Moody Theater
3 – Denver, CO - Mission Ballroom

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