Bon Iver fans in The Big Apple are in for a treat. Founding member Justin Vernon and company will bring his latest project “Come Through,” which features St. Paul-based troupe TU Dance, for a two-night stand from Dec. 4 – Dec. 5 in Brooklyn, New York, at Kings Theatre.
The two-time Grammy winner posted the big news on April 17 via Twitter. The new show additions follow the conclusion of Bon Iver's 2019 U.S. spring tour, which wrapped up April 8 in Detroit.
The collaboration between the indie-rock giant and TU Dance began in 2018. The production features a combination of music, visual art, and storytelling. Each Bon Iver song has been carefully choreographed with TU Dance bringing the story to life visually whiled accompanied by Vernon and band.
Tickets for the two shows go on sale to the public beginning Friday, April 19 at 10:00 a.m. local time. Get your tickets to see Bon Iver + TU Dance right here at AXS.
Bon Iver will spend most of the spring and summer performing festivals in Europe. The overseas romp begins May 31 in Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands, at Best Kept Secret and will include a big headline stop at All Points East on June 2 in London at Victoria Park, before wrapping up July 21 in Grafenhainichen, Germany, at Melt Fest.
Bon Iver has only one other U.S. stop scheduled for 2019, which take place June 29 in Milwaukee at Summerfest. Grab your Bon Iver tickets right here at AXS.
Bon Iver + TU Dance's Come Through 2019 schedule: