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Here Comes Rhymin’ Simon

03:41 PM Wednesday 9/7/11 | |

Dates are beginning to emerge for the second leg of Paul Simon’s tour in support of his latest album, So Beautiful Or So What.

  • Paul Simon

    Ramat Gan Stadium, Tel Aviv, Israel
    July 21, 2011

    (AP Photo)


Two shows are going up beginning Sunday – Phoenix at Comerica Theatre Oct. 17 and Berkeley, Calif., at the Greek Theatre at U.C. Berkeley Oct. 20.

Tickets for the Phoenix show go on sale Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. local time. There are two presales currently running with one being presented by promoter Another Planet Entertainment and the other by San Francisco radio station KFOG. The general onsale begins Sept. 11 at 10 a.m. local time.

The San Francisco Bay Area is quickly becoming top-heavy with talent during the week leading into Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit scheduled for Oct. 22 & 23 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. Lindsey Buckingham plays San Francisco’s Regency Center Oct. 19; k.d. lang appears the same night, but at The Fillmore, and The Who’s Roger Daltrey rocks the San Jose Civic Oct. 21, to drop a few names.

Of course, this year’s Bridge School Benefit isn’t exactly short on talent. Scheduled to appear both days are Dave Matthews, Arcade Fire, Eddie Vedder, Beck, Mumford & Sons, Jenny Lewis and Los Invisibles featuring Carlos Santana, Cindy Blackman Santana and guests. Krall is scheduled to appear Oct. 22, Foo Fighters and Bennett Oct. 23. Tickets for the 25th annual Bridge School Benefit go on sale Sept. 16.

  • Neil & Eddie

    Eddie Vedder and Neil Young join forces at this year's Bridge School Benefit at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif.
    October 23, 2010

    (John Davisson)


A game fans like to play during the weeks leading up to Neil Young’s annual benefit is to look at who else is playing the Bay Area during the same general time period and then speculate on whether the artists can squeeze a Bridge School performance into their schedules. While no one is talking about surprise appearances at this year’s benefit, there are certainly plenty of acts playing Northern California in mid- to late-October to keep folks guessing right up until show time Oct. 22.


  1. SyncoDeMayo wrote:

    11:57 AM, Oct 10, 2011

    So stoked for Roger Daltrey to perform The Who's Tommy. I've heard this tour is ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE--he carries a strong voice, grooving riffs by the band, and takes the crowd on an epic journey...not to mention the theatrics are brilliant! I've been counting down the days for this show!! It is definitely one of a lifetime. If you haven't gotten tickets, they're selling quick so check it here: