Tell Courtney Barnett how you really feel in North Adams, MA (and 16 other cities on her North American tour)

Tell Courtney Barnett how you really feel in North Adams, MA (and 16 other cities on her North American tour)
Photo: Pooneh Ghana

Let the airing of grievances commence!

One week after announcing the May 18 release of her new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel exclusively on Tiny Mix Tapes (and 12,000ish semi-related media outlets) Courtney Barnett now invites you to do just that to her face at a music venue or festival in a major metropolitan area near you (or, uh, in North Adams, Massachusetts1) during her just-announced North American tour!

Compliments! Rants! Queries! Crushes! Grudges! Rambling anecdotes! All will presumably be welcomed on this, a tour like no other.

Several of the dates are already sold out, so if you live in California, Texas, Pennsylvania, Chicago, you’ll have to cross state lines to give Barnett a piece of your mind. (Maybe schlep on up to North Adams, MA?) In the meantime, you’d better pre-order the album here and start journaling this out hard in your #MorningPages.

Courtney Barnett Tour Dates:

04.29.18 – Fortress Festival – Fort Worth, TX
05.04.18 – Shaky Knees Festival – Atlanta, GA
05.06.18 – August Hall – San Francisco, CA – SOLD OUT
05.10.18 – The Sanctuary at Pico Union – Los Angeles, CA - SOLD OUT
05.14.18 – Saengerrunde – Austin, TX – SOLD OUT
05.16.18 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA – SOLD OUT
05.19.18 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY - SOLD OUT
05.21.18 – Chicago Cultural Center – Tiffany Dome – Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT
07.10.18 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
07.11.18 – Ottawa Blues Festival – Ottawa, ON
07.12.18 – Mass MoCA – North Adams, MA
07.14.18 – Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
07.17.18 – Pageant – St. Louis, MO
07.18.18 – The Truman – Kansas City, MO
07.21.18 – Surly Brewing Festival Field – Minneapolis, MN
07.24.18 – The Anthem – Washington, DC
07.25.18 – Prospect Park Bandshell – Brooklyn, NY

1. No offense to the undoubtedly fine citizens of North Adams, which Wikipedia informs me “has in recent years become a center for tourism, culture, and recreation.”

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