K.Flay Announces ‘Inside Voices Outside Voices Tour’ Dates for 2021 and 2022!

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After months of live streams on her Twitch channel, along with special virtual shows, K.Flay is ready to get back to in-person shows. With the release of her most recent EP, Inside Voices, on June 11, K.Flay has announced new tour dates for in-person shows.

Currently, K.Flay has a handful of shows set to take place this year, with Louis The Child opening on select dates. However, the majority of the tour dates are scheduled for next year, titled the “Inside Voices Outside Voices Tour.” With some of this year’s shows already sold out, it’s even more important to grab your tickets now on K.Flay’s official website here if you want to see her live and in-person!

2021 Tour Dates

  • July 24 – Rawhide Event Center in Phoenix, AZ with Louis The Child
  • July 25 – Flymachine Livestream in Los Angeles, CA
  • July 28 – Stubb’s in Austin, TX with Louis The Child
  • July 29 – Stubb’s in Austin, TX with Louis The Child
  • July 30 – South Side Ballroom in Dallas, TX with Louis The Child
  • July 31 – The Criterion in Oklahoma City, OK with Louis The Child
  • August 1 – Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK (SOLD OUT)
  • September 9 – Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI
  • September 17 – The Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA with Louis The Child
  • September 19 – Riotfest in Chicago, IL

The Inside Voices Outside Tour Dates (2022)

  • January 28 – Village Underground in London, UK
  • January 29 – Gorilla in Manchester, UK
  • February 1 – Melkweg Old Room in Amsterdam, NL
  • February 2 – Heimathafen Neukölln in Berlin, DE
  • February 10 – The Underground in Charlotte, NC
  • February 11 – Terminal West in Atlanta, GA
  • February 12 – The Basement East in Nashville, TN
  • February 14 – The Orange Peel in Asheville, NC
  • February 16 – 9:30 Club in Washington, DC
  • February 17 – Irving Plaza in New York, NY
  • February 19 – Big Night Live in Boston, MA
  • February 20 – Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY
  • February 21 – The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto, ON
  • February 23 – Saint Andrew’s Hall in Detroit, MI
  • February 25 – First Avenue in Minneapolis, MN
  • February 28 – Delmar Hall in St. Louis, MO
  • March 1 – The Truman in Kansas City, MO
  • March 3 – The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, CO
  • March 4 – Summit in Denver, CO
  • March 5 – The Complex in Salt Lake City, UT
  • March 6 – Knitting Factory in Boise, ID
  • March 8 – Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR
  • March 9 – The Showbox in Seattle, WA
  • March 10 – Hollywood Theatre in Vancouver, BC
  • March 13 – The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, CA
  • March 15 – The Observatory North Park in San Diego, CA

Illinois native Kristine Flaherty, better known as K.Flay, began her music career while attending Stanford University, writing her own songs, rapping, and producing her original mixtapes. She made her major debut with her alternative hip-hop album Every Where Is Some Where in 2017, after which she toured around the world with artists such as Imagine Dragons. K.Flay received multiple Grammy nominations, including Best Rock Song for her single “Blood in the Cut.” She is known for her fine lyrical skills and genre-bending experimentation, and it shows in the wide range of artists she has collaborated with, from Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda to Louis The Child to FIDLAR.

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Katherine joined the Nerds and Beyond team as a writer in 2020. Her superpowers include balancing being a part time tutor, and preparing to be a first year teacher. Her lifelong obsessions include World War ll, hard rock, creative writing, solving complex math problems, and kittens. But her biggest loves are Linkin Park, Evanescence, Sleeping At Last, Supernatural, Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit, Stargate, and more. When she isn’t binge watching/listening to her favorites (for the nth time), she can be found traveling the country—mostly to different concerts and conventions.
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