Caity Baser has announced a UK and Ireland tour for 2023 along with a new initiative to ensure affordable tickets for fans – find show dates below and buy tickets here.
The 20-year-old, who is on NME’s 100 list of essential and emerging artists for 2023 this year, will kick off the ‘Thanks For Nothing, See You Never’ tour on April 7 in Brighton , her hometown, with others. dates in Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Dublin, Leeds and Southampton, before finishing at London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum on April 20, their biggest show to date.
As part of the new initiative, tickets will be limited to affordable prices, with a press release stating that prices will be “significantly lower” than other touring artists of their level.
“Growing up, going to a concert was something I couldn’t do so regularly,” Baser said in a statement, “If I wanted to go to a concert/festival I had to save up a lot or wait until to ask for the event. My parents, I think now, when I’m on stage performing, I want to do concerts so that everyone can come as often as they want.”
“Because at the end of the day the most important thing for me is to have them there. So for my tour I wanted to make sure that the tickets were affordable and available for everyone who wanted to come see me . It’s a difficult time, but music heals everyone and if I can help, it doesn’t matter what it is. I’m really looking forward to sharing these concerts with you and seeing you all x”.
Tickets go on sale on Friday (January 13) at 10:00 GMT, and you can buy them here. Find the full list of tour dates below.
“Thank You for Nothing, Until Never” Tour 2023 for the UK and Ireland.
7 – Komedia, Brighton
8 – SWX, Bristol
10 – O22 Institute, Birmingham
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11 – Academy 2, Manchester
13 – SWG3 Studio Store, Glasgow
14 – Northumbria Uni, Newcastle
16 – The Green Room, Dublin
17 – Stylus, Leeds
19 – The Engine Rooms, Southampton
20 – O2 Kentish Town Forum, London
Speaking to NME last year, Baser reflected on how it feels to be alive: “I never get nervous, because I think: ‘These are my people, they welcome me so much,'” she explained. , “When I go on. stage I don’t It’s like a concert, it’s like a house party and everybody’s there, and all of a sudden I’m up and I’m like, ‘Hey, here’s a bunch of songs, do you want to hear them? ‘ I feel like I’m in a big room with all my friends.”
Baser’s commitment to keeping ticket prices affordable complements the efforts of Tom Grennan – who announced the biggest headline dates of his career in October last year and drew praise from fans and fellow musicians for the low prices – and Paul Heaton , which limited the ticket price. his own tickets with colleague Jacqui Abbott for his stadium tour with Billy Bragg.