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Maggie Rogers is back in Milwaukee this June for a BMO show

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Maggie Rogers

It seems like it was just a minute ago that Maggie Rogers was on the Riverside Theater stage spreading “Feral Joy” (and helping everyone maintain calm during a fan’s medical scare) on her tour of the same name. In actuality, it was almost exactly a year ago — certainly long enough to welcome her back to town June 8 at the BMO Pavilion.

Given how fortunate we are to have Ms. Rogers as a frequent visitor to Milwaukee, it’s ironic that her journey across North America shares the name of her upcoming album: Don’t Forget Me. The seven-week trip starts in Charlotte on May 4 and wraps up in Miami on June 22, putting Milwaukee just about in the middle of the tour.

We’ve been playing the title track from the soon-to-be-released LP on 88Nine, and the whole collection will be in the wild for us to hear on April 12. The album is the third studio effort in her discography, which also includes 2019’s breakout Heard It in a Past Life and 2022’s Surrender.

Sweetening the deal for anyone thinking about heading to the BMO Pavilion show is Rogers’ opener for the tour: The Japanese House, the project of English indie-pop purveyor Amber Mary Bain, whose album In the End It Always Does was one of the standouts from 2023.

Tickets for the tour will first be available via an artist presale at 10 a.m. next Tuesday, Feb. 27. A series of other presales follow before the general public gets a shot at 10 a.m. next Friday, March 1. For more information, head over to Ticketmaster. Also, be sure to keep your ears pointed toward 88Nine, where you'll have a chance to win tickets next week.