The 90s alt-pop wunderkind known as Beck, has yet to announce any new album or tour plans for the coming year. That doesn’t mean he won’t be bringing his trademark style to the stage in 2017. The “Loser” singer announced on Monday morning that he’ll also be headlining his own show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on July 11 with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band as support.
In addition to a few previously-announced festival appearances in July and August, and now his first headlining concert of the year, it raises the possibility of a full tour and new music announcement in the coming weeks as well. The 46-year-old’s last big release came with the conceptual wake up album with 2014’s Morning Phase. The album would go on to win the Grammy for Album of the Year in 2015, and even earned the alternative singer-songwriter his own Kanye interruption moment during the ceremony.
Since the release of “Wow” in 2016, there hasn’t been much legitimate news of more music coming from the rock and roller. Perhaps his first announced show as a solo artist for this year could be the tip of the iceberg that is Beck’s next album cycle.
Tickets for the Red Rocks concert will go on sale starting Friday, April 14 at 10 a.m. CT. Pre-sale will start the day prior on April 13 at the same time. For tickets and more information on Beck, click here.