Beth Ditto Touring The U.S.

We’ve got everything you need to know to get your hands on tickets to see this powerhouse.


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by Mary McCartney

 

Beth Ditto, hailed by NPR as the "force-of-nature performer best known for fronting the pop-punk group Gossip," is hopping around the States in 2018.

 

In a four-star live review The Guardian said, "Ditto has said this is her southern record, and opener Oh My God kicks in with a funk-rock beat as she channels the mid-80s power vocals of Bonnie Tyler, complete with a front-of-stage electric fan to give her the perfect windswept look. On In and Out and Fake Sugar, she closes her eyes and draws out the tender trill in her voice, giving her the air of a heartbroken Nashville queen. And like Dolly Parton, Ditto alternates between infectiously warm, wisecracking comic and soul-baring torch singer."  

 

Tickets are on sale now! Get your hands on them at www.bethditto.com

 

 

Beth Ditto - 2018 North American Tour Dates

3/7 - Little Rock, AR @ Revolution Music Room

3/8 - Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge

3/10 - Washington, DC @ The 9:30 Club

3/11 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

3/14 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel

3/15 - Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair

3/16 - Montreal, QC @ Fairmount Theatre

3/17 - Toronto, ON @ Mod Club

3/19 - Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

3/23 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre

3/24 - Pomona, CA @ The Glass House

3/25 - San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom

3/27 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom

3/28 - Vancouver, BC @ Imperial

3/29 - Seattle, WA @ Showbox​

 

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