Angel Olsen Announces North American Tour Slated for Fall

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Jasmine Albertson
photo by Cameron McCool

Beloved indie chanteuse Angel Olsen has announced a “brand new live show” that she’s taking on the road this fall across North America. The 30-date tour kicks off October 30 in New Jersey and closes out the US in Colorado on December 15, with a special one-off show in London at Eventim Apollo on February 11 to play her “biggest headlining show to date.”

She'll make a stop in Seattle on Wednesday, December 11 to play the Moore Theatre. All except three of the shows will be opened by New York-based, Camaroon-born musician Vagabon. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 17 at 10 AM local time.

Olsen hasn’t released a studio album since 2016’s MY WOMAN, so here’s hoping the tour announcement means a new album is forthcoming. In 2017 she unveiled Phases, a collection of B-sides, demos, and covers. Read the full list of dates and watch Olsen’s 2017 KEXP in-studio performance below.



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