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TODD GOES ON "TOUR"

Todd Rundgren will embark on a unique, 25-date virtual tour in February and March; though he’s staying in one location, each show will be designed for a specific market.

The Clearly Human virtual tour will open in Buffalo on Valentine’s Day and wrap on 3/22 "in" Seattle. The New York City "stop" is on 2/17. The beloved artist will “play" L.A. on 3/18. All shows will commence at 8pm local time.

Rundgren is building the equivalent of a television studio in Chicago, from which he'll broadcast the performances with his 10-piece band. (Yes, the band and the crew will regularly be tested for COVID-19.)

As each show will be tailored to the city, only fans with zip codes corresponding to that performance's greater metropolitan area will be able to purchase tickets.

Single tickets are priced at $35, with an array of premium add-ons and multi-date bundles available. U.S.-based fans not living in a designated tour market can also “attend" any or all dates via multi-show ticket bundles.

Rundgren's experimental extravaganza is being produced by Cisco Adler’s livestreaming company NoCap and the artist’s longtime manager, Panacea Entertainment Chairman Eric Gardner.

In addition to material from his lengthy career, Rundgren will perform 1989's Nearly Human in its entirety. Warner Music Group is re-releasing the album on CD and colored vinyl.

As if that weren't enough, he's released an interpretation of the 1978 Christmas tune “Flappie” by Dutch comedian Youp van ’t Hek. See the lyric video below.

CLEARLY HUMAN MARKETS

2/14: Buffalo, N.Y.
2/16: Albany, N.Y.
2/17: New York City
2/19: Virginia Beach
2/20: Pittsburgh
2/22: Cleveland
2/23: Detroit
2/25: Indianapolis
2/26: Chicago
2/28: Madison/Milwaukee
3/1: Minneapolis
3/3: Kansas City
3/4: St. Louis
3/6: Nashville
3/7: Dallas
3/9: Houston
3/10: Austin
3/12: Denver
3/13: Salt Lake City
3/15: Phoenix
3/16: San Diego
3/18: Los Angeles
3/19: San Francisco
3/21: Portland
3/22: Seattle

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