Take a seat.
Solange revealed plans (or lack of) to embark on a tour this summer, despite her most-recent LP A Seat At The Table receiving critical acclaim around the blogosphere. Instead, she'll continue performing the two current versions of her show: one meant for music festivals, the other at museums.
“No, there’s no tour in the works—Right now I have two different shows," she told Complex at weekend two of Coachella. "I have one that is more a performance piece show that is being performed in museums—and more in the art context. And then I have festival shows. As of now, I’ve not scheduled a proper tour in the more traditional sense,” she explained.
The "Cranes In The Sky" singer also described how the two shows allow her to express the music more intimately. After all, isn't that the point of a tour? “I’ve had a really, really great time: musically arranging, choreographing, art directing, costume designing—this is where I thrive and get so much joy.”
Although the dates are far more scarce than a tour would offer, there are several appearances to look forward to. As it stands, the Grammy Award winning singer has announced shows at Vancouver’s Rennie Museum on April 27 and at New York’s Guggenheim Museum on May 18 as part of the RBMA Festival, Spin reports. She’s also take the stage at Glastonbury and Outside Lands festivals this summer.