Ticketfly Tours: Dance into spring

Director of Communications

Mar. 10, 2015

We’re putting winter in our rearview mirror and gearing up for warmer weather, with a tasty sidedish of great shows. From an intimate solo tour to spazz rockers, our latest Ticketfly Tours playlist is bound to put a spring in your step.

Have a listen to our playlist, which was inspired by Ticketfly Tour artist Stephen Merritt performing 26 of his songs in alphabetical order on his current tour. This month’s playlist has 26 songs alphabetized from A-Z, featuring this month’s Ticketfly Tour bands (plus some associated bands ‘cause, well, X). Like what you hear? Catch the artists live at a show coming to a Ticketfly venue near you.

Sleater-Kinney: Riot Grrrl queens back together for a victory lap of the U.S.

4.16: Granada Theater, Dallas, TX

4.18: Warehouse Live, Houston, TX

4.22: The Ritz, Raleigh, NC

4.23: Marathon Music Works, Nashville, TN

Also playing at Pitchfork Music Festival: 7/17-7/18 – Chicago, IL

Ex-Hex: Her Wild Flag bandmate Carrie Brownstein may be making waves with the reunion of Sleater-Kinney, but Mary Timony is more than just her sidekick. Like a wood elf with a righteous guitar and a wicked sense of humor.

4.23: Le Poisson Rouge, NY, NY

4.26: Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA

5.1: Black Cat, Washington, D.C.

5.15: The Roxy Theatre, West Hollywood, CA

5.17: Acerogami, Pomona, CA

5.19: Rickshaw Stop, SF CA

5.20: Harlow’s Restaurant & Nightclub, Sacramento, CA

5.22: Mississippi Studios, Portland, OR

6.13: The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA

Also playing at Pitchfork Music Festival: 7/17-7/18 – Chicago IL

Stephin Merritt: The always charming Magnetic Fields frontman embarks on an intimate solo tour. 26 songs per show, played alphabetically!

5.2: Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA

5.3: Sixth & I, Washington, D.C.

5.10: The Independent, SF, CA

5.11: Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR

5.12: Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis, MN

6.9: The Sinclair, Cambridge MA

Lightning Bolt: The legendary spazz-rockers that put Providence, RI on the map in the early 2000s are back to remind people you don’t need guitars to melt faces.

4.16: Double Happiness, Columbus OH

5.1: The Chapel, SF, CA

5.3: Echoplex, LA, CA

5.6: Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ

5.12: Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington, D.C.

5.14: Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia, PA

5.15: The Wick, Brooklyn, NY

5.16: Le Poisson Rouge, NY, NY

5.17: The Sinclair, Cambridge MA

Posted by Gene Bao, Ticketfly Customer Support Specialist

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