Tickets On-Sale Starting Friday May 9th through Ticketmaster; Presale at Sara Bareilles Twitter, @SaraBareilles, Begins May 6th; Additional Presale at Begins May 7th

"July 22 – Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh
July 28 - Uptown Amphitheatre Charlotte

Sara Bareilles will play Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh on July 22 with special guests Lucius and Emily King & Uptown Amphitheatre Charlotte on July 28 with special guests Hannah Georgas and Emily King.

Tickets go on sale Friday May 9th at 10am at, via the Live Nation app, all Ticketmaster outlets, or charge by phone 800-745-3000.   Tickets for the July 22 Raleigh show will also be available at the Duke Energy Center box office and the Belk Box office at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre.  Tickets for the July 28 Charlotte show will also be available at The Fillmore Charlotte box office.

Multi-platinum selling, Grammy nominated recording artist Sara Bareilles has announced dates for her headlining “Little Black Dress” summer tour opening Thursday, July 10th at Chicago’s historic Chicago Theater.  Other major city stops will also include Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Nashville and Los Angeles.  The tour will continue to support Bareilles’ highly acclaimed third studio album, THE BLESSED UNREST, which recently earned the songstress two Grammy nominations including the coveted Album of the Year.  Fans will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, May 6th at 10am local time through Bareilles’ Twitter account, @SaraBareilles and an additional 48 hour presale will begin Wednesday, May 7th at 10am local time on  Tickets for the general public will go on sale starting Friday, May 9th at 10am local time on  For additional purchase information please visit, or visit the venue’s website (full routing below).

Since its release, THE BLESSED UNREST has garnered rave reviews.  USA Today called the work Sara’s “most mature and satisfying to date” while the Associated Press hailed “Bareilles knows how to craft a great song… Well Done.”  The album’s smash breakout single “Brave” has taken on a life of its own becoming an anthem of empowerment for a variety of causes from bullying to cancer, to equality and gay marriage. 

For more information or to purchase tickets go to "

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