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Sufjan Stevens + Cryptacize East-of-Lake Minnetonka Fall 2009 Tour Dates



09-21: Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
09-22: Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
09-23: Ithaca, NY – Castaways
09-24: Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom
09-25: Pontiac, MI – The Pike Room
09-26: Champaign, IL – The High Dive
09-27: Minneapolis, MN – 400 Bar
09-28: Madison, WI – The Majestic
09-29: Bloomington, IN – Buskirk Chumley
10-01: Toronto, ON – Lee’s Place
10-02: Montreal, QC – Cabaret
10-03: Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall
10-04: New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
10-05: New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
10-06: Brooklyn, NY – Hall at Williamsburg
10-07: Brooklyn, NY – Hall at Williamsburg

We wanted to make this as equitable for all of the fans so there are a few things to read carefully here. Due to the sizes of the venues, tickets will be limited. With that in mind, we wanted to avoid ticket scalpers and ensure that as many fans as possible could attend these shows. Tickets must be picked up at will-call the night of the show (not mailed), tickets are non-transferable and purchaser must present a government-issued photo ID. Also, there is a two ticket limit per purchaser. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Danielson @ Triple Rock


Christian psychedelic music is almost comparable to a jewish pig farmer.  With members of the openers Cryptacize doubling as members of the band, Danielson handclapped and finger snapped their ways into everyone’s hearts.  Their catalog consisted of mostly songs from the recent CD of from the odds and odyssey collection Trying Hartz (First Fruits ’94-’04), so many of the songs were unfamiliar to those who just own Ships.  The unknown is what made it so great.  Every song from Jersey Loverboy to Did I step on your trumpet? filled me with what you humans call ecstasy.  It is hard to forget the heavily acoustic ditties could sound so cacophonous, but it suits those who are into a different sort concerted concert night.  Brother Danielson’s voice sounds the same on CD as it does live, but the many vocal harmonies are lost with only one female singer on stage.  Still, the only thing that gave me the blues is that I could not buy their shoes. -Riley Bilgo