Although Julianna Barwick can pretty much put on a spectacular show at any venue, next Friday’s Los Angeles performance is going to be one-of-a-kind. With gorgeously haunting vocals that sound like they belong in a old gothic church, this is going to be an event not to be missed.
Fresh off supporting Sigur Rós on their U.S. tour, Julianna Barwick is now on her own headlining tour in support of her latest record, Nepenthe. Convenient to her angelic sound, Julianna Barwick is scheduled for an intimate performance at the Church on York (formerly the Church of Christ) in historic Highland Park on Friday, Nov. 29. Built in 1913, the Church on York York boasts three ﬂoors, two stages, an El Salvadorian restaurant with outdoor patio seating, and refurbished original pews for seating. With a capacity of 500, expect Julianna Barwick’s show at the Church on York to be absolutely moving. We highly recommend this special performance.
Tickets to Julianna Barwick at the Church on York are priced at $10 and the show is all-ages. You can purchase your tickets here, or try winning a pair of tickets with us below.
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