Seth Bogart announces summer dates

Seth Bogart announces new summer dates, his tour kicks off in on June 23rd in Calgary, at Sled Island.

Seth Bogart, the LA-based DIY pop star and multimedia artist has announced a string of summer tour dates in support of his debut album, now out on Burger Records. Seth, will start his tour on June 23rd in Calgary, AB the tour will include a headline performance at the annual Burger Boogaloo with notable host John Waters, a hometown Los Angeles show with Dynasty Handbag, an art opening for THINGS in New York, with stops in Boston and Portsmouth in support of The Julie Ruin, an appearance at Austin Pride, Sled Island and Pop Montreal.

Seth Bogart is a fusion of genre-twisting pop with techno-electro punk and draws influence from Bogart’s favorite acts such as Radio Disney Broadcast, 80s French pop like Lio and Plastic Bertrand, Le Tigre, Nina Hagen and Kraftwerk. The album includes features from Kathleen Hanna, Tavi Gevinson, Clementine Creevy (Cherry Glazerr), Chela and is co-written and produced by long-time friend and Grammy-award winner Cole MGN (Julia Holter, Ariel Pink, DâM FunK etc).

The insatiable pop star has remained busy and on a creative spree having released six music videos with help from JJ Stratford( watch them below), provided directorial assistance for twin pop icons Tegan and Sara’s music video “U-Turn” and re-launched his Wacky Wacko storefront in Los Angeles.


June 23 – Calgary, AB – Sled Island – #1 Legion Downstairs
June 26 – Oakland, CA- Burger Boogaloo – Mosswood Park
July 10 – Los Angeles, CA – Weirdo Night at El Cid w/ Dynasty Handbag
July 15 – Baltimore, MD – Rough Trade at Metro Gallery
July 16 – Washington, DC – Comet Ping Pong
July 17-NYC – ART OPENING “THINGS” Group Show at Participant Gallery
July 19 – Philadelphia, PA – Black Box at Underground Arts
July 20 – Brooklyn, NY – Rough Trade
July 21 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair w/ The Julie Ruin
July 22 – Portsmouth, NH- 3S Artspace w/ The Julie Ruin
August 27 – Austin, TX – Pride
Sep 21 – Montreal, QC – Pop Montreal at Piccolo Little Burgundy