Beth Hart | 09.19.23 | The Factory | St. Louis, MO

Beth Hart

It’s with a heavy heart that I must announce that the April/May USA tour will not go on as planned. We’re diligently working to reschedule all the show dates, and I ask for your patience during this time. You all know my greatest desire is to perform live for you.

So please hold on to your tickets as they will be valid for the new dates, which we will share as soon as possible.

As many of you know, I’ve been struggling to stabilize my mental health treatment. It’s been a challenging journey, but I want you to know that I’m giving it my all to be able to tour without incident,and with the support of my new medical team, together we believe that I am on the right path, and I’m asking for your understanding and a bit more patience.

Living with mental health issues, especially bipolar disorder, is a constant battle. My greatest fear would be embarking on the April/May tour only to have to cut it short due to my health.

To those who may feel let down, please accept my sincerest apologies. I promise you that I’m undergoing intensive treatment and therapy to get back to touring by the summer.

Thank you for your unwavering support and understanding. Let’s look forward to the days ahead when we can share the magic of live music once again.

With love and gratitude,
Beth Hart


Artist Bio

Get ready to see the ‘Hart & Soul’ of this Grammy-nominated powerhouse like you’ve never seen her before, raw and unplugged. Her solo tours in Europe and the United States were performed to sold-out crowds.

  “It is indeed a rare treat to see Beth Hart perform in this stripped back format. She is one of the truly great singer-songwriters of our time, a genre-defying powerhouse vocalist.” 
-National Rock Review

  The Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is riding a creative tidal wave, firing out acclaimed albums, hooking up with the biggest names in music and rocking the house each night with that celebrated burnt-honey voice – the one that launched more than a dozen hits, including “LA Song,” “I’ll Take Care of You,” “Better Than Home,” “Fire on the Floor,” and “Bang Bang Boom Boom.” Don’t miss the chance to hear the most intimate versions of her soul-drenched songs in this special intimate performance! As Beth told Keyboard Magazine, “The piano represents home to me. It represents a place where I can heal—the sound of it, the feel of it, the way it looks.”    


  • Blues
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Date
  • Thu. May 9, 2024
  • Times
  • Doors 6:30 pm | Show 7:30 pm
  • Age Restrictions

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