Devendra Banhart Announces South American Fall Tour

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Devendra Banhart has announced a tour of South America in the fall, featuring music from his latest album, Ape in Pink Marble, and more. The 10-city tour begins with a performance at CC Barranco in Lima, Peru, on September 1, followed by a concert in Santiago, Chile, seven shows in Brazil, and a final stop in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tickets are on sale now.

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Devendra Banhart has announced a tour of South America in the fall, featuring music from his latest album, Ape in Pink Marble, and more. The 10-city tour begins with a performance at CC Barranco in Lima, Peru, on September 1, followed by a concert in Santiago, Chile, seven shows in Brazil, and a final stop in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tickets go on sale starting today. For details and tickets, see below. For all the latest, including information on his upcoming tours of Japan and Europe, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

Ape in Pink Marble is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and in the Nonesuch Store and can be heard on Spotify and Apple Music.

Banhart recently invited Nowness on a tour of his home in Los Angeles for the My Place series. You can watch it here.

DEVENDRA BANHART SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR

Sep 1 CC Barranco Lima, PERU
Sep 3 Teatro La Cupula Santiago, CHILE
Sep 6 Circo Voador Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Sep 7 Catamaran Recife, BRAZIL
Sep 8 Largo Tereza Batista Salvador, BRAZIL
Sep 10 Music Hall Belo Horizonte, BRAZIL
Sep 12 Tropical Butantã São Paulo, BRAZIL
Sep 13 Ópera de Arame Curitiba, BRAZIL
Sep 14 Opinião Porto Alegre, BRAZIL
Sep 16 Groove Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
     

 

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