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Allen Stone announces March 23 concert at the Knitting Factory

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 5, 2019

Allen Stone will release “Building Balance” on Friday. (Jack McKain)
Allen Stone will release “Building Balance” on Friday. (Jack McKain)

Just days before the release of his new album “Building Balance,” which is out Friday, Chewelah-born soul singer Allen Stone has announced a 2020 headlining tour, which includes a concert at the Knitting Factory on March 23.

Tickets are $25-$27 and on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through Ticketweb.

“I’m pumped to showcase ‘Building Balance’ the way it was intended,” Stone said in a news release. “With a live band, for a live audience. I can’t wait to get back on the road and share this new music with my fans.”

In the meantime, fans of Stone can watch him perform on “Today” on Dec. 4 and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Dec. 9.

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