*Tickets starting at $60.50 | On sale March 3 at 11am | Ticket limit of 8 per person
Various presales March 2nd from 10am to 10pm | Ticket limit of 6 per person.
The Diamond VIP Package** includes:
One Incredible Top Price Reserved Ticket in the First Ten (10) Rows
ULTRA-Exclusive, Autographed, Limited Edition k.d. lang Tour Lithograph
• Each Limited Edition Tour Lithograph Autographed by k.d. lang
• Limited Edition Lithograph Based Upon Original k.d. lang Artwork
Exclusive k.d. lang VIP Merchandise
• One Exclusive VIP Gift (Created Exclusively for VIP Package Purchasers)
• One Commemorative VIP Tour Laminate and Matching Lanyard
Please note that the ability to Select Your Own Seat will not be active during the presale and initial onsale because of the high demand for this event.
Online ticket sales end one hour prior to the performance start time. Tickets may be available from the box office.
(please note that all running times are approximate and subject to change. Running time refers to performance only and may not include speeches, introductions, etc)
Laura Mitic: 25 minutes
Intermission: 25 minutes
k.d. lang: 1 hour and 35 minutes
Total: 2 hours and 25 minutes
k.d. lang has won four GRAMMY® awards, eight Juno Awards, a BRIT, an AMA, a VMA, and four awards from GLAAD. In 1996, she received Canada’s highest civilian honor, the Order of Canada. In 2013, she was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the Juno Awards. She has appeared alongside such musical luminaries as Roy Orbison, Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Loretta Lynn, and Tony Bennett. “She’s the best singer of her generation,” observed Bennett, who has frequently toured with lang since their 2002 Wonderful World duets album. lang has also contributed to numerous soundtracks, has appeared in many films, and in 2014 made her Broadway debut in the seven time Tony-award nominated musical “After Midnight”. Most recently, she united with indie icon Neko Case and folk star Laura Veirs to create case/lang/veirs, a collaborative record released in June 2016.
She is renowned for her live shows, prompting the New York Times’ Stephen Holden to observe: “Few singers command such perfection of pitch. Her voice, at once beautiful and unadorned and softened with a veil of smoke, invariably hits the middle of a note and remains there.”