Hoyt Sherman Place executive director Robert Warren has headed up a resurgence of the venue, becoming a favorite spot amongst traveling musicians. Rodney White/The Register
It’s time to start making fall concert plans, music fans. Indie pop songwriter Regina Spektor is heading to Des Moines in late October.
Set to perform at Hoyt Sherman Place on Oct. 30, tickets to see the Russian-born, American-based songwriter go on sale July 14 at 10 a.m. via the Hoyt Sherman Place box office, at ticketmaster.com or via phone, at 800-745-3000. Tickets prices are $35, $45, $59.50 and $69.50.
Spektor, a Grammy Award-nominated indie act, is known for numbers such as “Fidelity,” “Samson,” “Eet” and “The Call.” Spektor earned international acclaim with her 2006 studio album, “Begin to Hope,” which is a certified Gold-selling release in the United States.
The New York-based songwriter studio album, titled “Remember Us to Life,” dropped in 2016. The release received favorable reviews from music critics, with Rolling Stone writing “[“Remember Us to Life”], full of brilliant songcraft per usual, performs a similar balancing act between the familiar and the far-out.”
The show announcement comes in the midst of a busy late summer and fall for the Sherman Hill venue. George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic hit the Hoyt Sherman stage Thursday, with Trailer Park Boys, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Ira Glass, Emmylou Harris and more all scheduled to appear at the venue in the coming weeks.
Find more information on Regina Spektor in Des Moines at hoytshermanplace.org.