Regina Spektor Announces Fall North American Tour, Plays Montreal, Toronto

Regina Spektor Announces Fall North American Tour, Plays Montreal, Toronto
Back in the spring, Soviet-American songstress Regina Spektor dropped What We Saw from the Cheap Seats. This fall, you'll be able to hear the songs from that album from the actual cheap seats, since she will be touring across North America in support of the new disc.

After wrapping up some summer dates this month, Spektor will resume touring in October, heading across the U.S. On the trek, she will make two Canadian appearances: October 9 in Montreal and October 11 in Toronto. An Australian jaunt then follows in December.

You can see the schedule below.

Thanks to Consequence of Sound for the tip.

Tour dates:

8/8 Portland, OR - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

8/9 Seattle, WA - Paramount Theater

8/12 San Francisco, CA - Outside Lands Festival

8/14 Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theater

10/2 Baltimore, MD - Lyric Theater

10/3 Port Chester, NY - The Capitol Theatre

10/6 Storrs, CT - Jorgenson Theater

10/8 Portland, ME - State Theatre

10/9 Montreal, QC - Metropolis

10/11 Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for Performing Arts

10/12 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues

10/13 Detroit, MI - The Fillmore

10/15 Grand Rapids, MI - Hoogenboom Center

10/17 Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre

10/18 Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre

10/20 Milwaukee, WI - Riverside Theater

10/24 New York, NY - Beacon Theater

11/5 Austin, TX - Bass Concert Hall

11/7 Kansas City, MO - Music Hall

11/8 St. Louis, MO - The Pageant

11/10 Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle

11/11 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium

11/14 Orlando, FL - House of Blues

11/15 Tampa, FL - Ruth Eckerd Hall

11/17 Miami, FL - The Fillmore

12/3 Auckland, New Zealand - Auckland Town Hall

12/6 Brisbane, Australia - Brisbane Convention Center

12/10 Sydney, Australia - Sydney Opera House

12/11 Sydney, Australia - Sydney Opera House

12/14 Melbourne, Australia - The Plenary

12/16 Adelaide, Australia - AEC Theatre

12/19 Perth, Australia - Belvoir Ampitheatre