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Lilith Adds Cities, Artists

11:01 AM Thursday 3/25/10 |   |

The return of Lilith continues to grow as the traveling music festival adds six cities and two new artists for the tour scheduled to begin in Canada in June.

The addition of new markets for Lilith also nails down the festival’s first date and location – June 27 in Calgary at McMahon Stadium.

  • Sarah McLachlan

    "We Day" celebration, Vancouver, B.C.
    September 29, 2009

    (AP Photo)

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Other new stops are Edmonton at Northlands Spectrum June 28; Vancouver at Pitt Meadows Airport July 1; Chula Vista (San Diego) at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre July 7; Irvine (Los Angeles) at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre July 10 and Englewood (Denver) at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre.

The two new artists added to Lilith’s lineup are teen star Selena Gomez and Mexican singer/songerwriter Jenni Rivera. Previously announced artists and bands include Martina McBride, Emmylou Harris, Corinne Bailey Rae, Go-Go’s, Norah Jones, Sugarland, Tegan and Sara, Suzanne Vega, Sheryl Crow, Kelly Clarkson, Ke$ha, Brandi Carlile, Erykah Badu, Court Yard Hounds, Miranda Lambert, Missy Higgins and of course, Sarah McLachlan.

Founded by McLachlan along with Nettwerk Music Group’s Terry McBride and Dan Fraser, the female-centric Lilith Fair began as isolated dates in 1996 and toured for three summers beginning in 1997. The festival broke industry barriers by presenting a lineup solely consisting of women performers at a time when some promoters were still leery of booking two women on the same bill.

A pre-order for the new dates will take place March 29-30 at McLachlan’s Web site. Fans who preorder her new album – The Laws Of Illusion – will also have the opportunity to purchase Lilith tickets before the ducats are made available to anyone else, and will also receive an instant download of McLachlan’s new song, “One Dream.” For more information, click here for the Sarah McLachlan Web site and here for the Lilith Web site.


Comments

  1. cincyconcertfan wrote:

    06:05 PM, Mar 25, 2010

    Lilith women screw fans with ticket prices.  Have you seen the ticket prices for this tour?  Regular top ticket price is $258 for the best seats, but there may not be many available at that price given all the other premium seats they are selling for $756, 456 and 306 plus service charges.  When Lilith toured in the past ticket prices were reasonable for a great line-up of artists.  Not this time around.  Now don't rush to put all the blame Ticketmaster or Livenation as the ones responsible for the prices.  The artists(especially Sarah) have the final say on how much tickets will cost.  TM and LN lead them to the water, but the artists are the ones to choose to drink from the pool of greed and allow inflated ticket prices.  Yes, there are a lot of artists on the show, but not all the cities have big name line-ups.   These ticket prices are offensive!!!!