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Gaby Moreno Begins US "Roots Rising!" Tour with Liz Vice, Matt Andersen

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on November 7, 2019 - 10:00am
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Gaby Moreno begins a two-week US Roots Rising! tour with Liz Vice and Matt Andersen. The tour begins in the Pacific Northwest this weekend, followed by stops in California, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. Moreno then heads East to perform from ¡Spangled!, her album with Van Dyke Parks, at NYC's Kaufman Music Center, join Ben Folds and the NSO at The Kennedy Center in DC, and headline a show in Miami.


Gaby Moreno begins a two-week tour of the Western United States as one third of the Roots Rising! tour, with Liz Vice and Matt Andersen. Moreno will perform an acoustic solo set and join Vice and Andersen at the end of the show for some songs together. The tour begins at Sessions Music Hall in Eugene, Oregon, on Friday, and continues along the West Coast, with shows in Portland, Seattle, Sacramento, Berkeley, San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles, and Escondido, before heading to New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.

Following the Western tour, Gaby Moreno heads East to perform songs from ¡Spangled!, her Nonesuch debut album with Van Dyke Parks, at Kaufman Music Center's Merkin Hall in New York City on December 2, as part of the Ecstatic Music series. She is joined by the band LADAMA and Metropolis Ensemble to perform songs from the album, which celebrates the migration of song across the Americas. Moreno joins Ben Folds and the National Symphony Orchestra in concert at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, on December 6, and headlines a concert in Miami the following night. For tour detail and tickets, see below, and visit

To pick up a copy of ¡Spangled!, head to your local record store, iTunes, Amazon, and the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; you can also hear it on Spotify and Apple Music. 


Nov 8 Sessions Music Hall* Eugene, OR
Nov 9 Star Theater* Portland, OR
Nov 10 The Triple Door* Seattle, WA
Nov 13 Harlow's* Sacramento, CA
Nov 14 Freight & Salvage* Berkeley, CA
Nov 15 Harold. J. Miossi CPAC* San Luis Obispo, CA
Nov 16 The Pico Union Project* Los Angeles, CA
Nov 17 California Center for the Arts* Escondido, CA
Nov 19 Club Congress* Tucscon, AZ
Nov 20 Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts* Scottsdale, AZ
Nov 21 KiMo Theatre* Albuquerque, NM
Nov 22 Taos Center for the Arts* Taos, NM
Nov 23 Fox Theatre* Boulder, CO
Dec 2 Merkin Hall, Kaufman Music Center^ New York, NY
Dec 6 The Kennedy Center^^ Washington, DC
Dec 7 Watsco Center Coral Gables, FL
Jan 17 Buckman Performing Arts Center Nashville, TN

* Roots Rising! w/Liz Vice, Matt Andersen
^ ¡Spangled! w/LADAMA, Metropolis Ensemble
^^ w/Ben Folds, National Symphony Orchestra

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