Though 2012 is winding down, Conor is gearing up to play a few more special solo shows before the year’s end, beginning this week in Washington, D.C. and wrapping up in Omaha this December.
Early next year, Conor will play two weeks of solo shows in Europe. Full details and links below.
For those on the east coast (or those who will be on the east coast next week), Conor and Bowery Presents have teamed up to donate a pair of tickets and meet and greet passes to Conor’s sold out show at Carnegie Hall on November 21st.
Bidding is open until Monday, November 19th at midnight. Details here.
All proceeds from the sale will go directly to Occupy Sandy
Conor Oberst has added three dates to his 2012 tour schedule. The shows are the
latest additions to a special solo tour that is already selling out across the country. Conor will be performing at the Fitzgerald Theater in Minneapolis, the Warner Theatre
in Washington DC, and at Massey Hall in Toronto. Complete schedule below.
Conor Oberst has added four live dates to his 2012 solo tour schedule. In addition to several already sold out dates this summer, Oberst will be playing at Capitol Theater in Madison, WI and Bass Concert Hall in Austin in September. He will also be making stops in Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center on November 18th and Boston’s Converse Hall at 88 Tremont St on December 6th.
These newly announced dates follow the eagerly awaited tour with Desaparecidos, who haven’t toured together since 2002. Desaparecidos have confirmed their appearance at this year’s FYF Fest on September 2nd in addition to a stop in Chico on August 28th.
Conor Oberst has added two live dates to his 2012 schedule. Oberst will be playing at Royce Hall in Los Angeles on September 27th and in New York City at Carnegie Hall on November 21st. Tickets for go on sale for Royce Hall on May 18th at 10AM and for Carnegie Hall on May 21st at 11am.
Desaparecidos, the Nebraska-based 5-piece fronted by Conor Oberst, have reunited. The band, who haven’t toured together since 2002, have announced shows in Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco in addition to a previously announced performance at Omaha’s MAHA Music Festival.
Desaparecidos return as the original line up of Conor Oberst (vocals, guitar) Landon Hedges (bass guitar, vocals), Matt Baum (drums), Denver Dalley – (guitar) and Ian McElroy (keyboards). The band formed in 2001, released one album (2002’s critically lauded Read Music/Speak Spanish), and ceased playing together shortly thereafter.
Prior to the long awaited and much rumored summer dates, Oberst will play several solo shows throughout the northeast.
Additionally, Saddle Creek’s reissues of Fevers & Mirrors and There Is No Beginning To The Story are in stores today. Pick up your copy at the Saddle Creek webstore.