Beck at MASS MoCA

beck in turquoise

MASS MoCA announced today that Beck will be playing at the museum June 24. Tickets go on sale this Saturday (March 15) at noon -- price info hasn't been posted yet, but they'll only be available through the MASS MoCA box office and there's a six-ticket limit per order update: tickets are $50 ahead / $54 day of.

The MASS MoCA show is part of a Beck summer tour announced today. He recently released a new album, Morning Phase. It's gotten strong reviews. (It's been described as a "companion piece" to Sea Change.)

There aren't a lot of details posted about the MASS MoCA show, but it sounds like it will be outside ("rain or shine"). We're guessing this will sell out, and quickly. So if you're interested in going, don't wait.

photo via Beck FB

Comments

Beck put on one of the greatest shows I’ve ever seen, in support of Odelay, and one of the dullest shows I’ve ever seen, in support of Sea Change. Unfortunately, I think I have to avoid this one.

I disagree with Ryan--I really liked the Sea Change show. However, that was when he was touring with the Flaming Lips as a backing band, which was a fab show and really more of a double bill than having the Lips as an opening act.

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