Maggie Rogers announces listening party at Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre prior to show
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Indie pop singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers is scheduled to perform at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on January 17. The show will act as the quickly emerging singer’s first performance of 2019, and marks the eve of her album release with the forthcoming Heard It in a Past Life LP scheduled to arrive on Capitol Records the following day. In celebration of her debut album arrival and hope of starting her 2019 tour calendar off on a good note, Rogers announced on Saturday that she will host an “Album Release Pop Up” party at The Fonda Theatre earlier in the afternoon on January 17, and fans won’t even need a ticket to the show later that night to partake.

The pop-up party will take place from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. that afternoon, and will include a listening session of the new album, a photo booth, exclusive merch, and of course Rogers herself, who will be signing vinyl copies of Heard It in a Past Life. Entry will presumably be limited to the venue’s set capacity, so fans should plan on getting to the venue soon than later as the first 100 guests will also receive “Free Gifts,” according to Rogers’ announcement.

The January 17 performance is the singers’ first since wrapping a brief run of shows as the support for Mumford & Sons 2018 winter arena tour in December. It’s also her last scheduled show in the U.S. for a few months, as she and her band will head over to Europe and the U.K. for a run of international tour dates in February and March. Rogers’ first show back in North America will be on March 20 in Toronto, with 18 scheduled performances to keep her busy until mid-April before heading back overseas to continue her concert run in Australia. Fans should also assume she’ll be announcing more tour dates for summer in the coming months.

Rogers has continued to build momentum within the mainstream culture as the former NYU music student prepares to share her debut album next month. She recently made the big jump from smaller stages to living room televisions across America when she performed on Saturday Night Live back on November 3.

Fans can click here to purchase tickets to select shows on her upcoming North American tour.