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August 2020
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Waxahatchee is going to perform each of her albums for a series of online shows

They'll run through June.
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Published: 10:55 pm, May 27, 2020
Waxahatchee is going to perform each of her albums for a series of online shows

Waxahatchee is going to host a series of livestreams.

The run will see her perform her entire five-album discography, with tickets costing $15 per show and $50 for the entire series.

"This idea was born as a way to help support my band and crew through this time where we’ve had to cancel and move shows, thus causing a huge financial burden," she says.

"I’m also donating a portion of the ticket sales to indie promoters around the country who have been so warm and hospitable to me over the years but are now facing a huge strain on their business.

"I’ve wanted to go back into my catalog and play some of the deep cuts for a while, and this seems like a perfect way for me to do it. Join us every Monday in June."

The schedule reads:

06/01 - American Weekend
06/08 - Cerulean Salt
06/15 - Ivy Tripp
06/22 - Out In The Storm
06/29 - Saint Cloud

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