Maggie Rogers Goes Old School: Thursday June 13th Show At Brooklyn Bowl

Maggie Rogers Goes Old School: Thursday June 13th Show At Brooklyn Bowl

In-Person Ticketing for Oct. 12 Bridgestone Arena Concert To Open Thursday At Brooklyn Bowl Box Office

Today, GRAMMY® Award-nominated songwriter/producer/performer Maggie Rogers announced that she will play two Nashville shows. She’ll headline Bridgestone Arena on Saturday, October 12, as part of her first-ever arena outing – “The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part II.” Ryan Beatty will support on all fall arena dates. Maggie will also perform an intimate “Box Office Show” at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville this Thursday, June 13, following her in-person box office sale for both shows.  

Tickets for the shows will first be available in-person on Thursday, June 13, at 10:00 AM CT at the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville box office, which will simultaneously host a Don’t Forget Me pop-up event curated by IAMSOUND. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis with a limit of two tickets per person for the in-person sales. 

Following the in-person ticketing day, Maggie is partnering with Chase to offer cardholders an exclusive presale for the Bridgestone Arena show starting on Tuesday, June 18, at 10:00 AM CT. Fans can also access Maggie’s artist presale by registering now HERE. The artist presale will begin Wednesday, June 19, at 11:00 AM CT. The general onsale will begin Friday, June 21, at 10:00 AM CT. For tickets and all tour information, please visit

Presented by Chase and produced by Live Nation, “The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part II” will launch on October 9 at Moody Center in Austin, TX and include two shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden (October 19 + October 20) and the Kia Forum in Inglewood, CA (November 2). See below for full itinerary.

Underway now, Part 1 of “The Don’t Forget Me Tour” visits Ameris Bank Amphitheatre in Alpharetta, GA tonight and will wrap up in Miami, FL on June 22 with a show at FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park. Maggie will also perform at Bonnaroo.

Maggie has been using in-person ticketing as a way to get tickets directly into the hands of fan since her “Summer of ’23 Tour.”  In April 2024, tickets for “The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part II” first went on sale at box offices across the country. Maggie personally worked selling tickets in New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago – and played shows at intimate venues after her box office shifts.

Rolling Stone noted, “Following the success of Maggie Rogers’ in-person ticketing program for her tour last year, she’s going even bigger in 2024.” ABC and NBC affiliates captured how the line for tickets in Chicago was so long, it stretched across the Chicago River.

The Philadelphia Inquirer said in a review of her show at the Theatre of Living Arts, “Don’t Forget Me brims with self-assurance and a focused energy of an artist fully coming to her own and that confidence and sense of fun filled up the room…” Observing how the intimate album release week shows were “bringing together her most devout fans to celebrate their love for her music,” WGBH-Boston added, “And Rogers had love to give back. Hours before the show, she walked along the ticket line outside the club, greeting everyone and taking photos with fans.”

In her recent interview with Sam Briger of NPR’s “Fresh Air,” Maggie “discussed her songwriting process, becoming a star overnight and being a nostalgic person.” Listen HERE.

Maggie Rogers – Tour Dates



6/13       Nashville, TN                     Brooklyn Bowl Nashville

The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part I” (Including Festival Appearances)

6/11       Alpharetta, GA                  Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

6/14       Manchester, TN               Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival^

6/16       Columbia, MD                   Merriweather Post Pavilion +

6/19       Raleigh, NC                        Coastal Credit Union Music Park

6/20       Charleston, SC                  Credit One Stadium

6/22       Miami, FL                           FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park

Support for 5/24 – 6/22 shows – The Japanese House

+Not a Live Nation Date

^Festival Performance

The Don’t Forget Me Tour, Part II”

10/9       Austin, TX                           Moody Center                        

10/12    Nashville, TN                    Bridgestone Arena

10/15    Philadelphia, PA               Wells Fargo Center                        

10/17    Boston, MA                        TD Garden                        

10/19    New York, NY                    Madison Square Garden

10/20    New York, NY                    Madison Square Garden                        

10/22    Toronto, ON                      Coca-Cola Coliseum                      

10/24    Chicago, IL                         United Center                        

10/25    Minneapolis, MN             Target Center                        

10/29    Seattle, WA                       Climate Pledge Arena                         

10/30    Portland, OR                     Moda Center                        

11/1       San Francisco, CA             Chase Center                        

11/2       Inglewood, CA                  Kia Forum                         

Support for 10/9 – 11/2 shows – Ryan Beatty

About Maggie Rogers

Originally from Maryland, GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer/songwriter/performer Maggie Rogers released her breakthrough EP Now That The Light Is Fading in 2017.  Widely hailed as an artist to watch, Rogers released her critically acclaimed Capitol Records debut album Heard It In A Past Lifein January 2019 and immediately found tremendous success: entering Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart at No. 1 and debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. The album earned praise from the likes of NPR, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, TIME Magazine, Vogue, and many more. Heard It In A Past Life also landed Rogers a nomination for Best New Artist at the 62nd GRAMMY® Awards and led to performances on major TV shows including “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” “Austin City Limits,” “Today” and more. The album, which contains the Platinum hits “Light On” and “Alaska,” has amassed over one billion combined global streams and is certified Gold in the U.S. In 2022, Rogers released her follow up album, Surrender, to widespread acclaim and embarked on two sold-out headline tours across Europe and North America including her Summer of ’23 Tour which included stops at legendary venues like Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, Forest Hills Stadium in NYC and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.  Rogers’ Don’t Forget Me, her third studio album, was released in April 2024. 


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