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Palace Theatre St. Paul

17 West 7th Pl, St Paul, MN 55102
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Goth Babe at Palace Theatre St. Paul

Goth Babe

Pacific Northwester Goth Babe, A.K.A Griff Washburn is packing up his truck and bringing his indie rock beats to stages across the country on a brand new North American jaunt with singer-songwriter Ritt Momney as support. Expect to hear his atmospheric garage tunes including single 'Weekend Friend' and his two EPs, 2021's 'Santa Calatlina' and 2022's 'Iceland' and latest release 'Lola'.

PJ Harvey at Palace Theatre St. Paul

PJ Harvey

Emerging into the British rock scene of the early 90s like a hurricane, Polly Jean Harvey set about taking names and kicking ass. PJ Harvey has electrified fans with the news of her highly anticipated return to North America for the first time since 2017. Embarking on an epic tour in support of her latest album "I Inside the Old Year Dying,".

Keane at Palace Theatre St. Paul


Keane are back. After over 8 million sales of Hopes And Fears (2004) and Under The Iron Sea (2006) combined, sold-out arena tours, awards, plus an undeniable collection of hits including Is It Any Wonder?, Everybodys Changing, Crystal Ball and Somewhere Only We Know, one of the best-loved bands are about to surprise and thrill all over again.

St. Vincent at Palace Theatre St. Paul

St. Vincent

One of the indie world most recognizable and respected figures, multi-instrumentalist St. Vincent (real name Annie Clark) carries on the legacy of heroes David Bowie and David Byrne by bringing together melodious pop and avant-garde experimentation. Now's your chance to see her live as she's hitting the road in support of her upcoming studio album 'All Born Screaming'.

Godspeed You Black Emperor! at Palace Theatre St. Paul

Godspeed You Black Emperor!

Formed in 1994 in Montreal, Canada, the band has been highly influential within the post-rock genre. Working with orchestrated arrangements, the nine-piece group created tracks with wide dynamic ranges, a highly evocative use of instrumentation and sounds and uncompromising long form compositions...

Johnny Marr and James at Palace Theatre St. Paul

Johnny Marr and James

Legendary Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and fellow British rock mainstays James have announced a massive double headline tour of North America this Fall! Marking almost four decades since The Smiths and James toured together in 1985 in support of the release of The Smiths' seminal album Meat Is Murder, expect the two Manchester acts to perform career-spanning sets worthy of their titles as two of the most influential artists in modern rock.

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