World-renowned “Samurai Guitarist” MIYAVI announced he will return to North America on a tour spanning 19 cities and two countries. The whirlwind tour kicks off in Calgary on September 30 and ends in Atlanta on Halloween Night, at a venue fittingly called “Masquerade”. Tickets go on sale on June 11 at 10:00 (MDT) and will be available through MIYAVI’s official site.
In addition to General Admission, VIP package tickets will be available. The VIP package includes early entry to the venue, a chance to meet MIYAVI himself and snap a photo with him, and a collectible gift! Keep in mind, this will be subject to COVID-19 protocols in the venue or state on the day of the show.
MIYAVI North America Tour 2021
|September 30||Calgar||MaCewan Ballroom||Info|
|October 4||Seattle||The Crocodile||Info|
|October 5||San Francisco||Great American Music Hall||Info|
|October 8||Los Angeles||El Rey Theatres||Info|
|October 9||Mesa||Nile Theater||Info|
|October 11||Las Vegas||House of Blues||Info|
|October 13||Salt Lake City||The Depot||Info|
|October 14||Denver||Marquis Theatre||Info|
|October 16||Austin||Come and Take It Live||Info|
|October 20||Chicago||Cobra Lounge||Info|
|October 23||Toronto||The Opera House||Info|
|October 25||Montreal||Le National||Info|
|October 27||New York||Sony Hall||Info|
|October 28||Boston||The Paradise Rock Club||Info|
|October 29||Washington D.C.||State Theatre||Info|
|October 31||Atlanta||The Masquerade||Info|
The tour is MIYAVI’s first in North America since 2019 and will feature performances off last year’s album Holy Nights. It will be a homecoming for the musician, who resides part-time in Los Angeles and Tokyo but has been stationed in Japan since the pandemic.
The artist shared his thoughts in this touching message on Twitter:
Finally. Been needing LIVE MUSIC. To feel alive. I know the situation keeps changing and we can not see the future 100% clear yet, but I believe that it’s worth it to at least try making a path. Simply, can’t wait. To feel you, to feel alive. See you in your city. Love. M
The message is relatable since we have all been itching for a sense of normalcy. To many of us, live concerts seem like a far-off memory. We’re excited to feel “alive” again with MIYAVI!