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Maggie Rogers Announces Arena Tour, Sequel to In-Person Ticketing Program to Skirt Scalpers 

Following the success of Maggie Rogers’ in-person ticketing program for her tour last year, she’s going even bigger in 2024. Ahead of her new album Don’t Forget Me dropping on Friday, the singer announced her first arena run in the United States, kicking off in October after ‘The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part I’ in early summer.

Friday kicks off a week-long celebration that Rogers is dubbing ‘Box Office Week’ that will include pop-up events, special shows at intimate venues in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Chicago, and chances to snag tickets to the arena tour at box offices across America.

“From April 13th to April 20th, in every city where I’m playing in an arena this fall, you can go to the local box office to choose your seats and buy your ticket for a special in-person price,” Rogers said in her announcement (you can check out in-person sale dates, times, and locations here). “In NYC, Philly, Boston, and Chicago, I’m going to be in person selling tickets directly to you at the box office. After the box office day festivities, I’ll be playing a show that very same night in those four cities.”

Rogers’ arena run this fall includes a date at Madison Square Garden on October 19, a little over five years after the singer sold out two nights at Radio City Music Hall. Having gone to New York University and lived in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Rogers is no stranger to venues across the city, from popping out at Barclays Center with Zach Bryan and Bruce Springsteen to her affinity for some of the city’s cozier settings.

“Bowery Ballroom was always the holy grail,” Rogers told Rolling Stone in 2022. “When I was starting out, I was like ‘OK, I love pop music, I’m going to do this and secure me a foundation so I can make all the weird music I want. As long as I can play Bowery Ballroom, I’m good.’”


Don’t Forget Me Release Shows
April 13 — New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
April 14 — Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
April 16 — Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
April 19 — Chicago, IL @ House of Blues

The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part II arena shows
10/9​ — Austin, TX @ Moody Center
10/15 — ​Philadelphia, PA​ @ Wells Fargo Center
10/17 — ​Boston, MA @ ​​TD Garden​​​​
10/19 — ​New York, NY @ ​​Madison Square Garden​​
10/22 — ​Toronto, ON​​ @ Coca-Cola Coliseum​​​
10/24​ — Chicago, IL​​ @ United Center​​​​ ​​​​
10/25 — ​Minneapolis, MN​ @ Target Center​​​​
10/29 — ​Seattle, WA @ ​​Climate Pledge Arena​​​
10/30 — ​Portland, OR​​ @ Moda Center​​​​​​​​
11/1 — ​San Francisco, CA​ @ Chase Center​​​​
11/2 — ​Inglewood, CA​​ @ Kia Forum​​​

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