Popular podcast Welcome to Night Vale announce massive 2018/2019 world tour
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Popular paranormal podcast Welcome to Night Vale is hitting the road for an extensive world tour beginning in the fall and stretching nearly all the way to the spring of 2019. The first U.S. leg of the tour gets underway on September 20 in Brooklyn before heading down the Eastern Seaboard--including a stop at Philadelphia’s Keswick Theatre--and through the South. The tour then heads through the Midwest ahead of western and more eastern engagements. The first U.S. leg wraps up on January 18 in Seattle. 

After a jaunt through Europe, the tour returns Stateside on February 27 in New Orleans ahead of another run of shows throughout the South--including a date at the Tampa Theatre in Tampa, Florida--Southwest and West Coast, including a stop at City National Grove of Anaheim in California. The second U.S. leg closes out in Portland, Oregon on March 13. You can find a complete list of Welcome to Night Vale U.S. dates below.

The live show is a stand alone show perfect for old fans and those just discovering Welcome to Night Vale alike. In a press release, Welcome to Night Vale also announced that they will be getting the audience involved in a number of unexpected ways. The show stars Cecil Baldwin, Symphony Sanders, Meg Bashwiner, and will welcome surprise guests playing fan favorite characters. The fall dates will feature music from Disparition and Mal Blum as “The Weather.”

Welcome to Night Vale 2018/19 U.S. dates:

Sept. 20 — Brooklyn, NY — The Bell House
Sept. 21 — Brooklyn, NY — The Bell House
Sept. 22 — Northampton, MA — Academy of Music
Sept. 23 — Boston, MA —Berklee Performance Center 
Sept. 6 — Washington, DC — Lincoln Theatre
Sept. 27 — Durham, NC — Carolina Theatre Durham
Sept. 28 — Charleston, SC —Charleston Music Hall 
Sept. 29 — Atlanta, GA — Center Stage Theater
Oct. 1 — Knoxville, TN — Bijou Theatre
Oct. 2 — Louisville, KY — Bomhard Theatre
Oct.3  — St Louis, MO — Sheldon Concert Hall
Oct. 4 — Iowa City, IA — Englert Theatre
Oct. 5 — Minneapolis, MN — Pantages Theatre
Oct. 6  — Madison, WI — Capitol Theater
Oct. 8 — Chicago, IL — Athenaeum Theatre
Oct. 9 — Ann Arbor, MI — Michigan Theater
Oct. 10 — Toronto, ON, Canada — Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Oct. 11 — Pittsburgh, PA — Byham Theater
Oct. 12 — Newark, NJ — New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC)
Oct. 13 — Portland, ME — State Theatre
Oct. 14 — Glenside, PA — Keswick Theatre (Get Tickets)
Jan. 18 — Seattle, WA —Neptune Theatre
Feb. 27 — New Orleans, LA — Civic Theatre
Feb. 28 — Tampa, FL — Tampa Theatre (Get Tickets)
March 1 — Austin, TX — Paramount Theatre
March 2 — Houston, TX — House of Blues
March 3 — Dallas, TX — Texas Theatre
March 6 — Boulder, CO —Boulder Theater 
March 7 — Albuquerque, NM — Kimo Theatre
March 8 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
March 9 — Anaheim, CA —City National Grove of Anaheim (Get Tickets
March 10 — San Francisco, CA — Palace of Fine Arts
March 13 — Portland, OR —Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall