Liz Phair Tour 2023: How to get tickets?
DECADES ago Liz Phair released her debut album Exile in Guyville.
The GRAMMY Award-nominated singer is on tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of her first recording.
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How do I get tickets for Liz Phair’s 2023 tour?
Liz Phair’s Exile in Guyville 30th Anniversary Tour tickets went on sale May 17, 2023.
On Friday, May 19th, the general sale is expected to take place at 10am local time.
Fans who want to see Liz on the go can buy tickets through ticketmaster or their official website.
The singer told her followers that she is performing “Guyville” in its entirety, as well as some fan-favorite songs.
Where does Liz Phair perform?
Liz’s 2023 tour is scheduled to begin at the end of the year.
With support from her opening act Blondeshell, Liz is coming to:
- Tuesday, November 7 – El Cajon, California
- Wednesday, November 8 – Tuscon, Arizona
- Friday, November 10th – Los Angeles
- Saturday, November 11th – San Francisco
- Monday, November 13 – Portland
- Tuesday, November 14 – Seattle
- Friday, November 17 – St. Paul, Minnesota
- Saturday, November 18 – Chicago
- Sunday, November 19 – Detroit
- Tuesday, November 21 – Boston
- Wednesday, November 22 – Philly
- Friday, November 24 – Brooklyn
- Saturday, November 25 – Washington DC
- Monday, November 27 – Nashville
- Tuesday, November 28 – Atlanta
- Thursday, November 30 – New Orleans
- Friday, December 1 – Austin, Texas
- Sunday, December 3 – Dallas, Texas
VIP packages are also available for concert goers through the above methods.
When did she release Exile in Guyville?
The focus of Liz’s 30th anniversary tour is “Exile in Guyville”, which was released on June 22, 1993.
While thinking about her first album The Globe and the MailThe two-time GRAMMY nominee said she could “never get back” the “unabashed freedom” that inspired her debut.
“That uninhibited freedom that Guyville gave me before anyone knew who I was, I never got it back.”
“But if I had done four more Guyvilles, I don’t think it would have been what it is. I think it stands on its own for a reason.”
“I have always been a passionate artist. The me that wrote Exile in Guyville is still there.”
She explained: “Is Guyville special and do I wish I could go back and do another one? I kinda do.”
“But I wouldn’t trade it if I couldn’t travel through time and come right back out.
“I wasn’t ready for the attention I was getting. I didn’t know I was going to get this, although I thought I wanted it. And that is the problem of a young person.”
“You have the ability to make these things happen, and then they happen, and the real-life effects are very different than what you imagined.”