Second Beacon Theater Show Confirmed for May 2nd

May 6th at Tower Theater in Philadelphia Added
HI RES © “Do You Still Love Me” Still

His Apollo Theater show on the February 17 release date of his new Prisoner (PAX AM/Blue Note) was one of the hottest tickets in recent NYC memory. His May 3rd Beacon Theater Prisoner Tour date has sold out. The Manhattan media has heaped accolades on Prisoner, not least of which NEW YORK Magazine hailing the new LP as “genius… the best thing he’s put out in a decade”…

… And now, due to overwhelming demand, Ryan and his band will add a second show at New York’s Beacon Theater on May 2nd.

And with demand for more dates on the Prisoner tour escalating everywhere, a May 6th show at Philadelphia has been added to the itinerary.

Presales for the newly added Prisoner tour dates begin March 15th at 10am ET, with tickets going on sale to the general public March 17th at 11am ET.

Ryan Adams’ Prisoner debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top Album chart, #1 on the Billboard Rock Albums chart and #8 on the Top-200. The album continues to generate some of the best critical notices of the multiple-Grammy-nominated Adams’ storied career, while the additional NYC date is one of several new shows added to the Prisoner Tour to accommodate demand.

Meanwhile, reviews of the tour’s first few stops in the southern U.S. are already echoing the raves that heralded Prisoner’s release:

“Adams’ set was among one of the best sounding the National has hosted in recent years…  Richmond seemed energized for a second evening with Adams.”—RVA Magazine

“Adams performed 26 songs in a set that stretched past two hours, with no intermission, no encore and no lack of intensity… his strongest statement of resistance and resolve. That the audience sang along with, and not over, Adams… proved just how far he and his fans have come.”—SOUTH FLORIDA.com

See below for all confirmed tour dates. And as always, check for updates at:https://paxamrecords.com/

New dates in bold
5/20/17 – Auckland, NZ – Civic Theatre
5/23/17 – Brisbane, AU – The Tivoli
5/26/17 – Melbourne, AU – Margaret Court Arena
5/27/17 – Sydney, AU – Hordern Pavilion
6/1/17 – Santa Barbara, CA – Granada Theater
6/2/17 – Berkeley, CA – Greek Theatre
6/3/17 – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre
6/18/17 – Salt Lake City, UT – Eccles Theater
6/20/17 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
6/22/17 – Calgary, AB – Jubilee
6/23/17 – Edmonton, AB – Jubilee
6/25/17 – Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Hall
6/27/17 – Vancouver, BC – Orpheum Theater
6/28/17 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
6/29/17 – Portland, OR – Edgefield
7/6/17 – Castro Daire, PT – Nos Alive
7/7/17 – Madrid, ES – Mad Cool Festival
7/8/17 – Barcelona, ES – Festival Cruilla
7/28/17 – St. Paul, MN – Palace Theatre
7/29/17 – St. Paul, MN – Palace Theatre (SOLD OUT)
7/30/17 – Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theatre
8/1/17 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
8/4/17 – Saint Charles, IA – Hinterland Festival
8/10/17 – Oslo, NO – Oya Festival
8/10-12/17 — Gothenburg, SWE — Way Out West Festival
8/17/17 – Brecon, GB – Green Man Festival
9/8/17 – Belfast, IRE – Ulster Hall
9/9/17 – Cork, IRE – Opera House
9/11/17 – Dublin, IRE – Olympia Theater
9/12/17 – Dublin, IRE – Olympia Theater
9/14/17 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo
9/15/17 – Edinburgh, Scotland – Usher Hall
9/17/17 – Gateshead, UK – Sage One
9/18/17 – Leeds, UK – O2 Academy
9/22/17 – London, UK – Royal Albert Hall+ Phoebe Bridgers supports
++ Jenny Lewis supports