This is a repeating eventnovember 1, 2019 8:00 PM
**SOLD OUT** Tegan and Sara present Hey, I’m Just Like You – A tour in support of their memoir High School and new record Hey, I’m Just Like You Solo,
**SOLD OUT** Tegan and Sara present Hey, I’m Just Like You – A tour in support of their memoir High School and new record Hey, I’m Just Like You
Solo, acoustic, interactive
Two Shows at Stateside at the Paramount on Friday, Nov. 1st!
Doors at 5pm & 8pm
$1 per ticket sold will support Tegan and Sara Foundation, which fights for health, economic justice, and representation for LGBTQ+ girls and women.
Early show tickets: http://bit.ly/2SBMmE7
Late show tickets: http://bit.ly/30NQWlJ
The Hey, I’m Just Like You Tour will feature Tegan and Sara alone on stage in a multi-dimensional show unlike anything they have ever done. Reading and reliving stories from their new memoir High School, performing songs from their new album Hey, I’m Just Like You along with T&S classics, and combing through archive video footage from their teenage years – this show promises a transcendent night that will both entertain and inspire.
High School is Tegan and Sara’s first memoir, chronicling their teenage years during the height of grunge and rave culture in the 1990s in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The memoir is a bravely honest account of twin sisters growing up down the hall from one another, struggling to figure out their identities, their sexuality, and their futures. While writing High School, Tegan and Sara discovered two cassette tapes with dozens of the first songs they ever wrote between the ages of 15 and 17 – tapes that had been unheard for twenty years. Hey, I’m Just Like You is made up entirely of new studio recordings of those early songs, recasting Tegan and Sara’s remarkable innate songwriting talents as teenagers, and allowing these previously unreleased songs to benefit from the studio expertise they have gained in the past two decades as professional musicians.
The Hey, I’m Just Like You Tour will remind you of all that is uniquely challenging about being a teenager; it will also remind you of that short and singular span of years when the future seems wondrously, enticingly possible. This is the origin story of Tegan and Sara.