MITSKI Miyawaki is known as a Japanese-American singer-songwriter.
On October 5, 2021, the artist announced a 2022 tour along with a new song called “Working for the Knife.”
How much are Mitski tickets?
Mitski’s tour is scheduled to begin in February of 2022 and tickets go on-sale starting on Wednesday, October 6.
Despite being announced, at this time, it still remains unclear how much tickets are actually going to cost.
Mitski’s tour will run from February 17, 2022 to May 19.
What did Mitski say about her new song?
“Working for the Knife” marks Mitski’s first song since her 2018 album, Be the Cowboy.
In a statement, Mitski revealed that the song is about, “going from being a kid with a dream, to a grown up with a job, and feeling that somewhere along the way you got left behind.”
She continued: “It’s being confronted with a world that doesn’t seem to recognize your humanity, and seeing no way out of it.”
It was later revealed that the music video was filmed at The Egg in Albany, NY and directed by Zia Anger.
Where is Mitski playing?
Mitski will perform almost 50 shows between North America and Europe within the three month span.
Mitski’s North American tour dates include:
- February 17: Asheville, NC at The Orange Peel
- February 18: Raleigh, NC at The Ritz
- February 19: Atlanta, GA at The Eastern
- February 21: Birmingham, AL at Iron City
- February 22: New Orleans, LA at Civic Theatre
- February 24: Houston, TX at The Lawn at Whites Oak Music Hall
- February 25: Dallas, TX at The Factor in Deep Ellum
- February 26: Austin, TX at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theatre
- February 28: Phoenix, AZ at The Van Buren
- March 3: Los Angeles, CA at Shrine Exposition Hall
- March 4: Oakland, CA at Fox Theatre
- March 7: Portland, OR at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
- March 9: Seattle, WA at Moore Theatre
- March 12: Denver, CO at Ogden Theatre
- March 14: Saint Paul, MN at Palace Theatre
- March 15: Milwaukee, WI at The Riverside Theatre
- March 17: Royal Oak, MI at Royal Oak Music Theatre
- March 18: Toronto, ON at Massey Hall
- March 19: Montreal, QC at St Jean Baptiste Church
- March 21: Boston, MA at TBD
- March 24: New York, NY at Radio City Music Hall
- March 25: Philadelphia, PA at Franklin Music Hall
- March 26: Washington, DC at The Anthem
- March 29: Pittsburgh, PA at Stage AE
- March 30: Louisville, KY at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall
- March 31: Nashville, TN at Ryman Auditorium
Mistaki’s European tour dates include:
- April 21: Bristol, UK at Marble Factory
- April 22: Leeds, UK at University Stylus
- April 23: Glasgow, UK at Queen Margaret Union
- April 25: Dublin, IE at Vicar Street
- April 26: Manchester, UK at O2 Ritz
- April 28: London, UK at The Roundhouse
- April 30: Brussels, BE at Botanique
- May 2: Tourcoing, FR at Le Grand Mix
- May 3: Paris, FR at Le Cabaret Sauvage
- May 4: Amsterdam, NL at Paradiso
- May 6: Zürich, CH at Mascotte
- May 7: Lausanne, CH at Les Docks
- May 9: Berlin, DE at Metropol
- May 10: Copenhagen, DK at Vega
- May 11: Stockholm, SE at Nalen
- May 12: Oslo, NO at Rockefeller Music Hall
- May 14: Hamburg, DE at Fabrik
- May 15: Cologne, DE at Stollwerck
- May 17: Vienna, AT at WUK
- May 18: Prague, CZ at Rock Cafe
- May 19: Munich, DE at Strom
This tour also marks Mistaki’s first live shows since her Central Park SummerStage concerts back in September of 2019.
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