Nick Cave to Embark on “An Evening of Talk and Music” Tour This Friday

The Australian post-punk icon hits the road for a month of unmoderated Q&As and intimate piano performances.

While we’re still waiting to hear that Flatbush Zombies collab, Nick Cave is getting ready for a North American tour that’s equally unconventional. While his shows with the Bad Seeds are something of a religious experience, Cave is stepping out of the spotlight to open up his latest handful of dates to full-on “unfiltered, unscripted, and unmoderated” Q&A seshes, along with solo performances of his most beloved tracks played on piano.

What he calls “an exercise in connectivity,” Cave encourages his audiences to make their shared space as vulnerable as possible. “I thought that a direct conversation with the audience might be valuable,” he notes in a press release. “In the recent live shows we have all shown a kind of willingness to open up.”

You can open up, too, at the dates below.

Fri Sept 20th, The Lincoln Theatre – Washington, DC
Sat Sept 21st, Rose Theater – New York, NY
Mon Sept 23rd, Town Hall – New York, NY
Wed Sept 25th, Sanders Theatre – Cambridge, MA
Fri Sept 27th, Eglise Du Saint-Jean-Baptiste – Montreal, QC
Sat Sept 28th, Convocation Hall – Toronto, ON Mon
Sept 30th, Copernicus Center – Chicago, IL
Tue Oct 1st, Pantages Theatre – Minneapolis, MN
Thu Oct 3rd, James K. Polk Theater – Nashville, TN
Sat Oct 5th, Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX
Sun Oct 6th, Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater – Austin, TX
Tue Oct 8th, Revolution Hall – Portland, OR
Thu Oct 10th, Massey Theatre – New Westminster, BC
Fri Oct 11th, Moore Theatre – Seattle, WA
Sun Oct 13th, Davies Symphony Hall – San Francisco, CA
Tue Oct 15th, Walt Disney Concert Hall – Los Angeles, CA


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