The Juliana Hatfield Three Announce 30th Anniversary Become What You Are Tour

The Juliana Hatfield Three Announce 30th Anniversary Become What You Are Tour

They plan to play the LP in full while opening for Soul Asylum this fall

Dean Fisher Juliana Hatfield and Todd Philips

The Juliana Hatfield Three’s Dean Fisher, Juliana Hatfield, and Todd Philips, photo by Johnny Anguish/Daykamp Music

The Juliana Hatfield Three have announced a North American tour to celebrate the “30th-ish anniversary” of Become What You Are, which came out back in 1993. Juliana Hatfield, drummer Todd Philips, and bassist Dean Fisher will perform the album in full, in addition to other songs from their catalog, while opening for Soul Asylum. The trek begins on September 30 in Boulder, Colorado and ends on November 1 in Rutland, VT. See the complete list of tour dates below.

Following a 20 year hiatus, the Juliana Hatfield Three reformed in 2014 and put out their sophomore album, Whatever, My Love, the following year. As for Hatfield herself, her most recent solo album of original material, Blood, came out in 2021.

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The Juliana Hatfield Three:

09-30 Boulder, CO @ Boulder Theater
10-01 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand at The Complex
10-03 Spokane, WA @ Spokane Live
10-05 Vancouver, British Columbia @ Vogue Theatre
10-06 Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
10-08 Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall
10-10 San Francisco, CA @ Regency Ballroom
10-11 Los Angeles, CA @ Regent
10-12 San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
10-13 Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
10-15 El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace
10-16 Odessa, TX @ Ector Theatre
10-17 Austin, TX @ Mohawk
10-18 Oklahoma City, OK @ Tower Theatre
10-20 Kansas City, MO @ The Truman
10-21 St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
10-22 Columbus, OH @ Athenaeum Theatre
10-24 Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Small’s
10-25 Homer, NY @ Homer Center for the Arts
10-26 Norwalk, CT @ District Music Hall
10-28 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
10-29 New York, NY @ Webster Hall
10-31 Portland, ME @ State Theatre
11-01 Rutland, VT @ Paramount Theatre

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