Rocker Grace Potter to Play the Taft Theatre in January

The superpowered songstress is touring to promote 'Daylight,' her first album in four years

click to enlarge Grace Potter - PAMELA NEAL
Pamela Neal
Grace Potter

Rocker Grace Potter is set to include Cincinnati on her upcoming 2020 US tour itinerary, with a performance at Taft Theatre Jan. 22.

The tour is in support of Potter's forthcoming album, Daylight, which releases Oct. 25. Two singles with music videos off the new album are available for streaming through Potter's YouTube page — the soulful "Love Is Love" and "Back To Me," featuring Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius.

Each pair of general admission tickets purchased for the show will include a free CD or digital download of Daylight. Superfans can also purchase the "Daylight Experience" VIP package, which includes one premium reserved ticket or general admission ticket with early entry, access to a private three-song pre-show performance by Potter, one limited edition autographed screen printed tour poster, one bottle of Grace Potter’s Midnight Gold Maple Syrup (certified Vermont organic) and the chance to purchase merchandise before the general public gains admission. VIP packages are $119.

General tickets ($29.50-$49.50) go on sale this Friday, Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. via ticketmaster.com.

The singer/songwriter has made a name for herself as a versatile, talented multi-instrumentalist, composing Rock and Pop tunes to great critical reception while collaborating with such acts as Lucius, The Flaming Lips, Kenny Chesney and Gov't Mule, among many others.



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