Coming to Tanglewood this summer: Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five, Guster, Grace Potter, Josh Ritter, Joan Baez, Indigo Girls

barenaked ladies

Funny, they don't look naked.

But, you know, not all on the same day.

Tanglewood has announced a trio of new shows for this summer:

June 23: Joan Baez, Indigo Girls
Pretty sure they're the Indigo Women by now. Tickets: $23.50-$69.50

July 24: Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five, Guster
There's a late-90s version of a lot of people who would be pretty excited about this show. Also, every online tickets a copy of the BNL album. Tickets: $27.50-$79.50

August 19: Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Josh Ritter
The Grace Potter show at The Egg this past February sold out in just a few hours. Tickets: $23.50-$52.50

Tickets for all three shows go on sale to the general public March 25 online or via phone (888-266-1200).

Comments

Now I know why I briefly passed out in high school calculus class on March 18th, 1998. It must have been a clairvoyant moment of anticipation for July 24th, 2013 at Tanglewood. Although at the time I was pretty sure it was because I finally understood how to find an equation for a curve and all the blood rushed out of my brain in protest.

I am so lucky to live Albany. I get to see BNL/Ben Folds and NKOTB2M98D all in eight days. I start the week reliving college and then time travel to middle school. Do you think we can get Dave Grohl and Pearl Jam to play SPAC July 29th? I may still have some flannel left over from the high school years.

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