Norah Jones Announces 2019 North American Tour This Summer

Norah Jones emerged at a time when popular music trends favored the loud, flashy and often trashy – inciting a "quiet riot" around the globe as she entranced audiences with her lulling vocals, jazzy arrangements and acoustic feels. In the 17 years since her debut, the acclaimed singer/songwriter/musician has sold over 50 million albums and earned numerous accolades, including nine GRAMMY awards. Beyond that, her work with artists like Q-Tip, Danger Mouse, Robert Glasper Experiment, Outkast, Herbie Hancock, Jack White, Willie Nelson, Billie Joe Armstrong and Foo Fighters, prove that her palliative tones melt smoothly into any genre.

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Last year, after premiering her concert film Live at Ronnie Scott's, Ms. Jones began releasing an assortment of singles, including collaborations with Jeff Tweedy on “Wintertime” and “A Song With No Name,” the jazzy ballad “It Was You” featuring drummer Brian Blade and bassist Christopher Thomas (who accompanied her at Ronnie Scott's) and dramatic anthem “My Heart Is Full,” a collaboration with Thomas Bartlett. This year is shaping up to be even more ambitious with more new music on the way and a packed touring schedule throughout the spring/summer months.

Before embarking on her North American tour this June, Norah will spend the month of April serenading our Aussie and Kiwi friends at various stops in Australia and New Zealand. Following a month-long break, she'll head stateside to kick off the summer tour in Pittsburgh, PA. The multi-city trek includes appearances at a few Canadian jazz festivals, a stop at Colorado's famed Red Rocks with Mavis Staples and her first-ever performances in Alaska. Ticket pre-sales are currently underway, and general sales will begin Friday, February 1st. Scroll down for a full list of concert dates/venues and visit Norah Jones' website for purchase details.

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Norah Jones – 2019 Tour dates:

April 12 – Palais Theatre – St. Kilda, Australia
April 14 – The State Theatre – Sydney, Australia
April 15 – The State Theatre – Sydney, Australia
April 17 – Federation Concert Hall – Hobart, Australia
April 19 – Byron Bay Bluesfest – Byron Bay, Australia
April 23 – ASB Theatre – Auckland, New Zealand
April 24 – TSB Arena – Wellington, New Zealand
April 26 – Regent Theatre – Dunedin, New Zealand
April 28 – Events Centre – Queenstown, New Zealand
April 29 – Town Hall – Christchurch, New Zealand
June 18 – Heinz Hall – Pittsburgh, PA
June 19 – Clay Center – Charleston, WV (on-sale Feb. 8)
June 22 – The Queen – Wilmington, DE
June 25 – TD Ottawa Jazz Festival – Ottawa, ON
June 26 – TD Toronto Jazz Festival – Toronto, ON (on-sale Feb. 7)
June 27 – Festival International de Jazz de Montreal – Montreal, QC
June 29 – The Pines Theater – Northampton, MA
June 30 – Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival – Saratoga Springs, NY (on-sale Feb. 19)
July 14 – Cheyenne Civic Center – Cheyenne, WY
July 16 – Red Rocks – Morrison, CO (with Mavis Staples)
July 18 – Belly Up Aspen – Aspen, CO
July 20 – Sandy Amphitheater – Salt Lake City, UT
July 21 – Walk Festival Hall – Jackson Hole, WY
July 23 – Theatre at the Brick – Bozeman, MT (on-sale Feb 1 at 12pm)
July 24 – KettleHouse Amphitheater – Missoula, MT
July 26 – Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox – Spokane, WA
July 28 – Orpheum – Vancouver, BC
July 31 – Centennial Hall – Juneau, AK
August 2 – Bear Tooth Theatrepub – Anchorage, AK

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