The singer will embark on a four-week tour this fall with her 'The Idler Wheel...' opening act and guitarist.
Grammy Award-winning singer Fiona Apple will hit the road this fall for a month-long tour with songwriter/producer Blake Mills. Tagged as "Anything We Want: An Evening with Fiona Apple and Blake Mills", it reunites Apple with her previous "The Idler Wheel..." tour opening act and guitarist Mills, as they perform as a duo on the joint tour.
Featuring "songs from their respective catalogues as well as some original yet to be released material," the tour will kick off on October 3 at the Newmark Theatre in Portland, Oregon. Apple and Mills will then play the next 10 tour stops in key U.S. cities and a tour date in Toronto, Canada, before closing out their collaborative series with back-to-back shows at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C. on October 25 & 26.
Although all the dates have been fixed, Apple and Mills admit the show's content has yet to be finalized. "We know it'll be something special, and we aren't being coy here -- it's just that we have about of an idea of what the f**k we will be playing for you," the concert artists revealed.
Prior to her return-to-touring announcement, Apple premiered last week her brand new, Paul Thomas Anderson-directed music video for "Hot Knife". The track was actually a cut from her fourth studio album "The Idler Wheel..." released mid last year.
"Anything We Want: An Evening with Fiona Apple and Blake Mills" tour dates:
- October 3 - Newmark Theatre - Portland, Oreg.
- October 4 - Benaroya Hall - Seattle, Wash.
- October 7 - Walt Disney Concert Hall - Los Angeles, Calif.
- October 8 - Zellerbach Hall - Berkeley, Calif.
- October 11 - Boettcher Concert Hall - Denver, Col.
- October 14 - The O'Shaughnessy - Minneapolis, Minn.
- October 15 - Bank of America Theatre - Chicago, Ill.
- October 17 - Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Toronto, Onta.
- October 19 - Merriam Theater - Philadelphia, Pa.
- October 22 - Beacon Theatre - New York, N.Y.
- October 23 - Emerson Colonial Theatre - Boston, Mass.
- October 25 - Lincoln Theatre - Washington, D.C.
- October 26 - Lincoln Theatre - Washington, D.C.