Laura Jane Grace to Rock Bowery Ballroom In August

Posted on: July 9th, 2013 at 10:18 am by

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Laura Jane Grace / Photo: Ryan Russell

As if the summertime concert season wasn’t already hot enough, Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace is set to play a slew of solo acoustic gigs in the Northeast next month for “Laura Jane Grace Sings The Transgender Dysphoria Blues.”

While she’ll kick things off in Philadelphia on August 10, Grace’s two New York appearances come at the close of the six-date run, with stops at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn on August 15 and The Bowery Ballroom the following evening (August 16). Additionally, Grace will rock out in Boston (August 11), Providence (Augst 13), and Washington, D.C. (August 14).

Tickets for the upcoming solo trek go on sale this Friday (July 12) via Against Me!’s official site.

Folks who purchase tix will receive the limited edition 7″ download package, True Trans, which consists of two acoustic versions of full band album songs from their long-awaited sixth album — their follow-up to 2011’s White CrossesTransgender Dysphoria Blues.

Last month, Grace revealed via her official Twitter that the album is pretty much ready to go, stating “At the cost of a lot of friends and having probably ruined my life, finished tracking Transgender Dysphoria Blues…”

We. Cannot. WAIT!!!!

Here, enjoy Laura Jane Grace as she kills it on “Transgender Dysphoria Blues”.

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