The 29 city tour kicks off in Massachusetts on June 5, and wraps in Florida on the 16th of July.
Tickets will be available starting April 22nd through Ticketmaster.
Jun 05 Northampton, MA Pearl Street
Jun 08 Boston, MA The Somerville Theatre
Jun 10 New York, NY Irving Plaza
Jun 12 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
Jun 13 Alexandria, VA Birchmere Music Hall
Jun 15 Detroit, MI The Crofoot Ballroom
Jun 16 Chicago, IL House of Blues
Jun 17 Milwaukee, WI The Pabst Lower Level
Jun 18 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
Jun 20 Des Moines, IA Simon Estes (Nitefall on the River Series)
Jun 22 Denver, CO Gothic Theatre
Jun 23 Salt Lake City, UT The State Room
Jun 25 Portland, OR Aladdin Theatre
Jun 26 Seattle, WA Showbox @ the Market
Jun 28 San Francisco, CA Slimâ€™s
Jun 29 Los Angeles, CA House of Blues
Jul 01 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
Jul 02 San Diego, CA House of Blues
Jul 03 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
Jul 04 Phoenix, AZ Martini Ranch
Jul 06 Dallas, TX House of Blues
Jul 07 Houston, TX House of Blues
Jul 09 St. Louis, MO The Old Rock House
Jul 10 Nashville, TN The Exit/In
Jul 11 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
Jul 13 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
Jul 14 Tampa, FL The Ritz
Jul 15 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Jul 16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
I’ve seen Natasha a few times, including a show in November where she debuted songs from Strip Me, and she’s fantastic live. She’s got amazing stage presence, and a powerful voice that is effortless and crisp. She’s doesn’t need auto-tune to sound amazing. She’s one of several artists that sound as good, if not better, in live and acoustic settings. Hearing everything acoustic and with “Less Is More” is going to be amazing.
The Deluxe Version of Strip Me contained several “Less Is More” versions of the songs, including this amazing version of “Run, Run, Run”.