• One general admission ticket
• Early entry into venue
• Access to an intimate preshow soundcheck with Lauren Sanderson
• Socially distant group photo with Lauren Sanderson
• Death Of A Fantasy Tour VIP laminate autographed by Lauren Sanderson
• Early crowd-free merch shopping opportunity
• Limited availability
Swedish American Hall and Cafe du Nord are committed to producing safe events. The City and County of San Francisco have mandated all patrons attending events at The Swedish American Hall and Cafe du Nord are required to show proof of full vaccination (must be 2 weeks past final dose). Masks are also required.
*Policy is subject to change
LAUREN SANDERSON is no longer just happy to be here. While her acclaimed 2020 debut full-length, Midwest Kids Can Make It Big, was brimming with wide-eyed wonder, the LA-via-Indiana singer/songwriter is getting bolder, weirder & a little more in your face with the release of her brand-new single “THERAPY!” out 1/28/22.
Produced by Pinkslip (347aidan, Royal & The Serpent) this first track of 2022 marks a career highlight for Sanderson, who is poised to record a year of highlights in 2022 as she embarks upon a nationwide headline tour of such iconic rock clubs as Irving Plaza and the 9:30 club and releases even more amazing music that will push this independently driven artist over the impressive 100,000,000 stream mark this spring.
Lauren Sanderson turned heads in 2019 opening for FINNEAS and has steadily built a loyal cult following thanks to her no-holds-barred honesty, relentless DIY work ethic and electric persona. MTV, Billboard, Zane Lowe’s Beats 1, Alternative Press, NPR, Cosmopolitan and Spotify’s New Music Friday have all signed on in support of her swirling, intoxicating blend of rock, pop, hip-hop and R&B – imbued with the same charisma and conviction that made her a YouTube presence starting with her viral TED Talk at the age of 19 in 2015.
“I don’t want to play the underdog anymore,” she declares. “I know what I’m capable of, and I’m ready to bring the star power.”