Sara Bareilles Announces Fall Headlining Tour

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(Courtesy of Epic)

(Courtesy of Epic)

Sara Bareilles is hitting the road behind her latest album, The Blessed Unrest. 

The singer’s 10-city American tour, featuring opening act Harper Blynn, kicks off on October 6 in Boston. She’ll make stops in New York, Philadelphia and Chicago, before finishing up in Athens, Ohio on October 19.

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Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (August 23). 

Along with this upcoming tour, Bareilles is releasing a new live DVD and CD package called Brave Enough: Live at the Variety Playhouse on October 22. The release covers her show at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA during “The Brave Enough Tour,” which featured Bareilles completely on her own without a band. The set featured not only her own hits like “Brave” and “Love Song,” but a cover of Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.”

Before kicking of her headlining tour, Bareilles will be co-headlining dates throughout the month of September with her friends in OneRepublic.

Check out a full list of tourdates for Bareilles’ headlining show below.

Sara Bareilles American Tour

10/6- Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre                                                          

10/7- Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre                                                  

10/9- New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall                                   

10/10- Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory                                                    

10/12- Lakewood, OH @ Lakewood Civic Auditorium                            

10/13- Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre                                                    

10/15- Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater                                                 

10/16- St. Louis @ The Pageant                                                      

10/18- Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room @ Old National Centre         

10/19- Athens, OH @ Ohio University’s Memorial Auditorium        

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