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Mitski began her NYC run at Webster Hall with Fear of Men & Weaves (pics, setlist)

Mitski brought her tour to NYC’s Webster Hall last night (11/21) for her first of two sold-out shows here. Like many other dates on the tour, it was with Fear of Men and Weaves, who played their own show at Baby’s All Right (pics) the night before. The Webster show was her largest headlining show in NYC yet, and like most of her other recent shows, it included a good mix of this year’s Puberty 2 and 2014’s Bury Me At Makeout Creek, plus a few others. Setlist below. Pictures are in the gallery above.

Mitski’s tour hits Villain tonight (11/22) (moved from Market Hotel), and this one has Nick Hakim and Mal Devisa opening. It was sold out, but tickets are back on sale.

if you’re going, get there in time for Mal Devisa. Her 2016 album Kiid is pretty great:

Mitski @ Webster Hall Setlist (via)
Dan the Dancer
Once More to See You
Francis Forever
I Don’t Smoke
First Love / Late Spring
I Bet on Losing Dogs
Thursday Girl
Your Best American Girl
I Want You
Drunk Walk Home
I Will
My Body’s Made of Crushed Little Stars
A Burning Hill
Class of 2013

photos by Toby Tenenbaum

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