Faye Webster at Arizona Financial Theatre

Faye Webster Tickets

Arizona Financial Theatre | Phoenix, Arizona

Faye Webster

Hello Indie folk music lovers, this announcement is especially for you! You’re about to jump in excitement!

Brace yourself as one of the most charming and iconic indie folk singer is about to embark on her North American Tour and she’s taking on the stage at the Arizona Financial Theatre in Phoenix Arizona on September 22, 2024, Sunday.

The tour is in support of her album “Underdressed at the Symphony.” Be ready to sing along to her released singles - “Feeling Good Today”, “Lego Ring (ft. Lil Yachty)”, “But Not Kiss” and “Lifetime”.

Watch the marvelous FAYE WEBSTER and let her angelic voice mesmerize you! Celebrate the emotional intimacy carried in her lyrics and music.

No doubt, she is sure to give you a night you will forever remember! So don’t miss out on this spectacular event!

Get your tickets here! WARNING - They’re almost sold out! Act fast and buy NOW!

In support of her album "Underdressed at the Symphony," indie-folk singer-songwriter Faye Webster embarks on a lengthy tour across North America! There are 48 concerts scheduled across United States, Ireland, United Kingdom, and more.

Webster's music strikes a perfect balance between direct songwriting and direct, up-close vocals. She introduces the elements of traditional American indie-folk songwriting to a new generation with her melodies, which are bolstered by slide guitars, gentle drumming, and warm piano chords that weave between them.

Faye Webster has disclosed that in addition to her previously announced extensive US tour, she will also be bringing her exciting new project Underdressed to the Symphony north of the border.

As the first performance in St. Petersburg, Florida, on March 26 draws near, the Atlanta singer-songwriter has added a run of West Coast dates that will extend into the fall. The trek's only Canadian engagement is scheduled for September 30 in Vancouver, on the way to its last show in Denver on October 4.

Webster has not yet disclosed if she will have openers at the recently announced events, despite having stated that Upchuck, Benét, and Julie will accompany her for the majority of her US tour.

The Atlanta native's father played bluegrass guitar and her mother played the fiddle in a folk music family. In 2017, Webster signed to Secretly Canadian, settling into her beautiful folk sound after a brief experimentation with rap in high school. After releasing four albums and going on tour with acts like HAIM, the talented musician is still rising to the top.

After initially signing with Awful Records, Webster released her sophomore album of the same name in 2017. Atlanta Millionaires Club, Webster's second full-length album, was released in 2019 after she signed with the record company Secretly Canadian towards the end of 2018.

Following a semester of study at Nashville's Belmont University, the Atlanta native returned home to concentrate on his music career. She covered Outkast and turned Father, the rapper and founder of Awful Records,'s "Cheap Thrills" into a heartfelt tribute to indie-folk. The vocalist has gained an official seat on the independent label's roster because to her acquaintance with rapper/producer Ethereal and the Awful crew, as well as her inventive sound.

Not content to stick to one genre, Webster has also made a name for herself in Atlanta's hip-hop scene with her Kehinde Wiley-esque portraits of rappers such as Lil Yachty, D.R.A.M., and Migos' Offset. Webster was inspired by a photography class she took at Belmont, saying, "It's mainly the only reason I'm glad I went." Webster incorporates her quirky personal style and love of monochromes into her portraits.

Faye Webster at Arizona Financial Theatre

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