Regina Spektor Announces Limited-Run Of Summer Tour Dates: “An Evening With Regina Spektor”

Tickets Available Starting at 11 AM Local Via Presales; General Onsale Begins Friday, April 26 at 10 AM Local on

Regina Spektor, the acclaimed singer-songwriter, has announced a special series of performances set to grace stages this summer – An Evening with Regina Spektor. Produced by Live Nation, the eight city tour kicks off on July 24 at The Egg* in Albany, NY making stops across North America in Toronto, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Montclair, Boston, and Portland (Maine) before wrapping up in Stamford, CT at The Palace Stamford on August 3.

Spektor’s eighth studio album, the long-awaited Home, before and after, was released in 2022 and met with critical praise from New York Times, NPR Music, and more.

TICKETS: Tickets will be available starting with an artist presale that begins today at 11 AM local time ahead of the general onsale which starts on Friday, April 26 at 10 AM local time at


Wed Jul 24 | Albany, NY | The Egg*

Thu Jul 25 | Toronto, ON | HISTORY

Sat Jul 27 | Philadelphia, PA | The Met Philadelphia presented by Highmark

Sun Jul 28 | Baltimore, MD | Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric

Mon Jul 29 | Montclair, NJ | The Wellmont Theater

Wed Jul 31 | Boston, MA | MGM Music Hall at Fenway

Fri Aug 02 | Portland, ME | Merrill Auditorium at City Hall

Sat Aug 03 | Stamford, CT | The Palace Stamford

*Not A Live Nation Date


About Regina Spektor

Regina Spektor calls them sandcastles. There’s a million of them, songs that rise up and multiply in her brain — the fruits of months, sometimes years, of channeling and crafting. But what happens to them when it’s time to make new music? “They all have to be slowly washed away. Some of them are really well built, and they’re really high up on the beach,” she says. “It all has to be gone, and then I can start to hear new songs and make a new record.”

Starting with a clean slate, with six momentous years between albums, Spektor returned in 2022 with Home, before and after. The eagerly awaited eighth studio album was the follow-up to 2016’s Remember Us to Life. It paired Spektor with John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen), who produced the album from afar in Los Angeles with Spektor co-producing in upstate New York.

The years between her albums weren’t exactly fallow. In 2016, at her friend Lin-Manuel Miranda’s invitation, she contributed a song (“Dear Theodosia,” featuring Ben Folds) to The Hamilton Mixtape. Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio declared Regina Spektor Day in her hometown in June 2019, she got a street sign with her name at the Bronx Walk of Fame, and that same month staged a sold out residency on Broadway at the legendary Lunt- Fontanne Theatre.

Her work for television and film continued. “You’ve Got Time,” from Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black, entered the pantheon of classic TV theme songs, so much so that Spektor released an orchestral version of the award-winning tune for the final episode. She wrote “One Little Soldier” for the closing credits of the film Bombshell and multiple songs for the animated series Central Park.

Time has been kind to Spektor’s work. Twenty years have passed since she self-released her 2001 debut, 11:11, which recently received a remastered reissue, as well as a limited-edition box set. In the decades since, Spektor, who was born in Moscow, Russia and raised in the Bronx, New York, has defied classification. With a sophisticated marriage of classical training and a gift for sharp pop hooks and nuanced lyrics, she has created her own genre. She makes Regina Spektor music.


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