Daryl Hall Extends Solo Tour with Added Dates
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After a summer of sold-out performances, Daryl Hall has extended his tour, which supports his first solo retrospective, BeforeAfter, by tacking on eight added stops slated to take place this fall. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s forthcoming tour will begin on the East Coast before making his way to the Midwest for a handful of upcoming concerts.
The new concert dates begin on Oct. 1 with a gig at Tiles Center Concert Hall on the North Shore of Long Island in Brookville, N.Y. From there, Hall will play previously scheduled shows before new dates resume on Nov. 19, when the artist travels to Syracuse, N.Y., for a one-night stand at The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater.
From there, he’ll pop up in Ann Arbor, Mich., for a performance on Nov. 21 at the Michigan Theater. After that, Hall will remain in The Great Lake State for one more gig, on Nov. 23, at DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids, Mich., before hoping the lake to neighboring Wisconsin for a show at The Riverside Theater in Milwaukee on Nov. 25. He’ll then follow up in Madison, Wis., at The Orpheum Theater, on Nov. 27.
The final stops of Hall’s extended tour land on Nov. 29, when the rocker takes the stage at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, prior to a Dec. 1 show in St. Louis at the Stifel Theatre. The final stop lands on Dec. 3 and will see the musician play at The Aiken Theatre in Evansville, Ind.
Tickets for Daryl Hall’s extended solo retrospective go on sale Friday, Sept. 23 at 10 a.m. local time at DarylHall.com.
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Daryl Hall Tour Dates:
Oct. 1 – Tiles Center Concert Hall – Brookville, N.Y.
Nov. 19 – The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater – Syracuse, N.Y.
Nov. 21 – Michigan Theater – Ann Arbor, Mich.
Nov. 23 – DeVos Performance Hall – Grand Rapids, Mich.
Nov. 25 – The Riverside Theater – Milwaukee
Nov. 27 – The Orpheum Theater – Madison, Wis.
Nov. 29 – State Theatre – Minneapolis
Dec. 1 – Stifel Theatre – St. Louis
Dec. 3 – The Aiken Theatre – Evansville, Ind.