The American band has shared the open invitation for their upcoming 2023 U.S. tour.
Big Thief are calling for educators and their students to attend the soundchecks for upcoming shows. In a post shared yesterday (5 January), the band said that they are “looking to bring an educational component to the touring process”. In inviting teachers and students to soundchecks, Big Thief said their “hope is that students would be able to come see the soundcheck and ask questions and share in a discussion about creativity, music, playing shows, songwriting or whatever!”.
Addressing educators, the band wrote: “Teachers – we would love to hear if you are interested in participating and how we can organize this so that it is of most benefit to your students. If you are interested in bringing your class to a soundcheck, and/or have any ideas that you think would help us get the ball rolling and make this experience as accessible and organized as possible.” Those interested can get in contact via email@example.com.
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Big Thief set out on their 2023 U.S. tour later this month, kicking off on 31 January with a date in Burlington, Vermont. They’ll be on this tour until 2 March, rounding of the run of shows in New York at Radio City Music Hall. Following this, the band will set out on a UK and EU tour from April including two consecutive London dates at 02 Academy Brixton and Eventim Apollo. Their forthcoming tours are in support of 2022 album Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You, which marked their fifth studio record. Big Thief’s 2019 release, and third album, U.F.O.F. featured at number 22 on our Top 50 Albums of 2019.
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