St. Vincent to Perform on The Tonight Show and Appear on The Daily Show Dec 6 | Shore Fire Media

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St. Vincent to Perform on The Tonight Show and Appear on The Daily Show Dec 6

First Leg of 'Fear the Future Tour' - Hailed as "Genius," "Otherworldly," "Spellbinding," and "Visually Arresting" - Wraps with Two Sold-Out Shows at Brooklyn's Kings Theatre

St. Vincent will appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tonight, to perform “Slow Disco” from her new album ‘MASSEDUCTION’ (Loma Vista Recordings).  This Wednesday she will appear on The Daily Show for an interview with Trevor Noah. 


The appearances come at the end of the first leg of her ‘Fear The Future Tour,’ which has been met with raves.  The second leg begins in Pittsburgh on January 9th, includes the Hollywood Paladium in Los Angeles on Jan 25, and will wrap March 4.  Full list of dates below. 


‘MASSEDUCTION’ was released in October to some of the highest praise of her career and has appeared on several Best of 2017 lists so far.  ‘MASSEDUCTION’ became St. Vincent’s first-ever top ten debut on the Billboard 200. 


What critics are saying about the ‘Fear The Future Tour’:

"It was nothing short of genius — not to mention, wildly entertaining." - Detroit Metro Times


"Annie Clark always puts on a one-of-a-kind performance, but her sold-out, 90-minute St. Paul set was otherworldly." - Minneapolis Star Tribune

"St. Vincent demonstrates colossal indie-rock superhero dedicated to the heroic mission of saving a moribund music genre from toxic tedium with her extraordinary power of boundless creativity." - Kansas City Star

"Spellbinding...during Clark’s 90-minute set, I couldn’t help thinking of Prince, and David Bowie, and Beyoncé." - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

"A program of delicious contradictions — fame vs. isolation, artifice vs. authenticity — left St. Vincent’s audience thoroughly charmed....all aspects of  [the tour] are visually arresting." – Indianapolis Star

"A daring high-wire act in which Clark sang and played guitar...relying on her talent, stage presence, costumes (think: Wonder Woman as seductress) and her songs themselves to carry the day." - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“St. Vincent dazzles...the night, the stage, and our attention all belonged to her." - Minneapolis City Pages

12/16-12/17 – Houston, TX - Day For Night Festival

1/9 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE

1/10 - Columbus, OH - Express Live

1/11 - Cincinnati, OH - Taft Theatre

1/12 - Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre

1/13 - Omaha, NE - Kiewit Concert Hall at Holland Performing Arts Center 

1/15 - Denver, CO - Fillmore Auditorium

1/19 - Seattle, WA – The Moore Theatre

1/20 - Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium

1/22 - San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

1/25 - Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Palladium

1/26 - Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren

1/27 - San Diego, CA – Observatory

2/15 - Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

2/16 - Chattanooga, TN - The Signal

2/17 - Atlanta, GA - The Tabernacle

2/18 - Birmingham, AL - Iron City

2/19 - New Orleans, LA - Civic Theatre

2/22 - Austin, TX - ACL Live

2/23 - Austin, TX - ACL Live

2/24 - Dallas, TX - Bomb Factory

2/26 - Tulsa, OK - Cain's Ballroom

3/1 - Charlotte, NC – Fillmore

3/2 - Richmond, VA - The National

3/3 - Norfolk, VA – NorVa

3/4 - Baltimore, MD – Hippodrome

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