Where to buy tickets, schedule, prices

One summer tour isn’t cool.

You know what’s cool?

TWO summer tours.

And that’s exactly what indie rock super group Boygenius have going this year.

First, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker are taking part in the star-studded Re:SET Concert Series alongside fellow headliners LCD Soundsystem and Steve Lacy up until June 25.

That includes a stop at Queens’ Forest Hills Stadium with special guests Clairo and Dijon on Saturday, June 17.

Then after that mini-tour wraps, the three best pals will tour on their own from June 20 through Aug. 23 flanked by big name opening acts like Carly Rae Jepsen, Broken Social Scene, Bartees Strange, Claud and Illuminati Hotties.

Finally, they’ll join forces once again to end their long summer at Columbia, MD’s All Things Go Festival on Oct. 1.

How much does it cost to see the “Not Strong Enough” rockers live?

Well, at the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets was $47 USD before fees on Vivid Seats.

Want to see how much tickets will run you at the show closest to you?

Keep reading. We’ve got everything you need to know and more below.

All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.

Boygenius 2023 tour schedule

A complete calendar including all single and multi-day tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found below.

LCD Soundsystem 2023 Tour Ticket prices
starting at
RE:Set Concert Series three-day pass at Forest Hills Tennis Club in Forest Hills, NY
June 16-18
June 16 at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD $49
RE:Set Concert Series three-day pass at Suffolk Downs in Boston, MA
June 16-18
June 17 at Forest Hills Tennis Club in Forest Hills, NY $171
RE:Set Concert Series three-day pass at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD
June 16-18
June 18 at Suffolk Downs in Boston, MA $174
June 20 at Stage AE in Pittsburgh, PA $154
June 21 at Budweiser Stage in Toronto, ON, CA $47
RE:Set Concert Series three-day pass at The Great Lawn in Centennial Par in Nashville, TN
June 23-25
June 23 at KEMBA LIVE! in Columbus, OH $96
RE:Set Concert Series three-day pass at KEMBA LIVE! in Columbus, OH
June 23-25
June 24 at Riis Park in Chicago, IL $170
RE:Set Concert Series three-day pass at Riis Park in Chicago, IL
June 23-25
June 25 at The Great Lawn in Centennial Par in Nashville, TN $121
July 28 at the PNE Rogers Amphitheatre in Vancouver, BC, CA N/A
July 29 at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA $69
July 30 at the Hayden Homes Amphitheater in Bend, OR $85
Aug. 1 at the KettleHouse Amphitheater in Bonner, MT $62
Aug. 2 at the Idaho Botanical Garden in Boise, ID $67
Aug. 3 at the Library Square in Salt Lake City, UT $105
Aug. 5 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO $143
Aug. 20 at Gunnersbury Park in London, GB $221
Aug. 22 at Piece Hall in Halifax, GB $134
Aug. 23 at Piece Hall in Halifax, GB $134
Oct. 1 at the All Things Go Music Festival in Columbia, MD $462

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)

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All Things Go Festival

Summer comes to a close for the folksy indie trio when they drop into Columbia, MD’s annual All Things Go Festival on Sept. 30 through Oct. 1.

They’ll be joined by fellow headliners Lana Del Rey, Maggie Rogers, Carly Rae Jepsen, MUNA, beabadoobee and more.

Want to jam out at this one-of-a-kind genre hopping fest?

You can grab two-day general admission passes here.

Re: SET Concert Series

But wait! There’s more!

In addition to Boygenius’ RE:Set dates, many more artists are also set to headline at the exciting traveling indie road show.

To get you up to speed, we’ve listed each of the artists below once again with their most-listened to track on Spotify.

Happy jamming…again.

LCD Soundsystem: “Dance Yrself Clean”

Steve Lacy: “Dark Red”

James Blake: “King’s Dead” feat. Kendrick Lamar and Future

Toro Y Moi: “The Difference”

Fousheé: “Deep End Freestyle”

Clairo: “Sofia”

Dijon: “Skin”

Bartees Strange: “Boomer”

Boygenuis set list

Want to know what you’re getting into when you see Phoebe, Lucy and Julien live?

Well, based on our records, here’s what they’ve been playing live at shows this year courtesy of Set List FM:

01.) “Without You Without Them”

02.) “$20”

03.) “Satanist”

04.) “Emily I’m Sorry”

05.) “True Blue”

06.) “Cool About It”

07.) “Souvenir”

08.) “Bite the Hand”

09.) “Revolution 0”

10.) “Stay Down”

11.) “Leonard Cohen”

12.) “Me & My Dog”

13.) “We’re in Love”

14.) “Anti‐Curse”

15.) “Letter to an Old Poet”

16.) “Not Strong Enough”

17.) “Salt in the Wound”

18.) “Ketchum, ID”


19.) “Please Stay” (Lucy Dacus song)

20.) “Favor” (Julien Baker song)

21.) “Graceland Too” (Phoebe Bridgers song)

22.) “Dumbest Girl Alive” (100 gecs cover)

Boygenius new music

Earlier this year, Boygenius dropped their first official album, appropriately titled “the record.”

Comprised of 12 songs, the ladies kick off the rockin’ collection of tunes with the stripped down, vocals-only “Without You Without Them.”

After that, the guitars kick in and we’re on our way.

The album then alternates between uplifting anthems like “$20” tp the melancholy, trippy ballads “Emily I’m Sorry” and “True Blue.”

For our money, the acoustic, earnest, swirling “Revolution O” is the true standout track on the album though.

When all is said and done, Boygenius closes with the bittersweet, emotional finale “Letter To An Old Poet.”

If you haven’t had a chance to hear “the record” in its entirety, you can take it all in here as many times as you want.

Huge acts on tour in 2023

Many of our favorite stars are on the road this summer.

Here are just five we’re nerding out about (and counting down the days) to see these next few months.

• Noah Cyrus

Jenny Lewis

Tori Amos


• Regina Spektor

Who else is out and about? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.

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