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HOZIER ANNOUNCES SPRING NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR IN SUPPORT OF FORTHCOMING SOPHOMORE ALBUM WASTELAND, BABY

Hozier will embark on the Wasteland Baby! Tour this spring. The 26-date run kicks off March 10 and includes stops in Nashville, Austin, Los Angeles, and more – see full routing below. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, 12/14 at 10am local time.

Every ticket purchased online for the just-announced headline dates will include a CD copy of Hozier’s forthcoming album Wasteland, Baby!. Fans will also have the option to upgrade their CD to a standard LP copy of the album for an additional charge. Visit http://hozier.com/ for tickets and more information.

In speaking about the tour announcement, Hozier says: “I’m very excited to announce the US tour, which will coincide with the release of the new album Wasteland, Baby!. I’ve enjoyed incredible support from fans in North America and I am thrilled to be going back there soon to play this music live.”

Last month, Hozier released new song “Movement” from his forthcoming sophomore album Wasteland, Baby!, which will be released in the spring via Columbia Records. “Movement” was written by Hozier and produced by Markus Dravs and Hozier. The Irish singer/songwriter also shared the official video for “Movement” – watch HERE.

Hozier recently concluded his sold-out fall tour across North America in support of ‘Nina Cried Power.’ The EP’s title track, which features vocals from multi-Grammy Award-winning artist and performer Mavis Staples and instrumentation by renowned Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Booker T. Jones, peaked at #1 at Triple A radio and was featured as one of NPR Music’s Top 100 Songs of 2018.

THE WASTELAND BABY! TOUR:

03/10   Buffalo, NY                 Shea’s Performing Arts Center

03/11   Albany, NY                  Palace Theatre

03/13   Baltimore, MD             Hippodrome Theatre

03/14   Norfolk, VA                 Chrysler Hall

03/16   Raleigh, NC                Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

03/17   Charlotte, NC              Ovens Auditorium

03/19   Miami, FL                    The Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater

03/20   Saint Petersburg, FL   Mahaffey Theater

03/21   Orlando, FL                 Walt Disney Theater

03/23   Atlanta, GA                 Coca Cola Roxy Theatre

03/24   Nashville, TN              Grand Ole Opry House

03/26   Memphis, TN              Orpheum Theatre

03/27   New Orleans, LA        The Fillmore New Orleans – Music Hall

03/29   Dallas, TX                   Southside Ballroom

03/30   Houston, TX                Revention Music Center

03/31   Austin, TX                   ACL Live at the Moody Theater

04/02   Oklahoma City, OK     The Criterion

04/03   Tulsa, OK                    Brady Theater

04/05   Denver, CO                 Bellco Theatre

04/06   Salt Lake City, UT      The Union Event Center

04/07   Las Vegas, NV            The Pearl (Las Vegas)

04/09   Los Angeles, CA         Hollywood Forever Cemetery

04/10   Santa Barbara, CA     Arlington Theatre

04/12   Reno, NV                    Grand Sierra Resort & Casino – Grand Theatre

04/13   Boise, ID                     Knitting Factory Concert House

04/14   Spokane, WA              First Interstate Center for the Arts

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