Despite a lack of Monkees concerts this year, both Micky and Peter will be making personal appearances (and Micky already has a series of solo concert dates booked). Keep checking back for updates!
Please note that more dates are likely to be added to the itinerary. Keep checking back for updates!
January 20: Golden Nugget / Las Vegas, Nevada
February 11: Arcada Theatre / Saint Charles, Illinois
February 20 - 25: Busch Gardens / Tampa Bay, Florida
February 27 - March 4: Flower Power Cruise
March 10: The Warburton RheneyPalooza JAM / Palm Desert, California
March 24 - 29: "A Little Bit Broadway, A Little Bit Rock ‘n’ Roll" @ 54 Below / New York, New York
April 1: The Kent Stage / Kent, Ohio
April 2: City Winery / Atlanta, Georgia (6pm show)
April 2: City Winery / Atlanta, Georgia (9pm show)
April 15: Rice Auditorium / Monmouth, Oregon
April 21: Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center / York, Pennsylvania
April 23: Sellersville Theater / Sellersville, Pennsylvania (3pm show)
April 23: Sellersville Theater / Sellersville, Pennsylvania (8pm show)
June 16: The Englert Theatre / Iowa City, Iowa
Thursday, April 27, 2017, 8pm
An Evening with Michael Nesmith
Ann and Jerry Moss Theater
Santa Monica, California
Discussing his upcoming memoir, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff
$45 General Admission seat + a copy of Infinite Tuesday
$50 Reserved Section Seat + a copy of Infinite Tuesday
Here is a description of the event, courtesy of Live Talks Los Angeles on Facebook:
Michael Nesmith's career in music and television took him from starring in The Monkees to a celebrated run of albums as a solo artist and in the First National Band. He created the TV show Popclips, a forerunner of what would become MTV, and produced the films Repo Man and Tapeheads. He is the author of two novels and the founder of the Pacific Arts Corporation, which produces projects in the worlds of audio, video, and virtual reality, including Videoranch 3D.
The long, strange journey of Michael Nesmith is as fascinating as it as was fraught--from fleeing Dallas as a young man with his pregnant girlfriend, to gaining international fame as a member of the Monkees, to falling deep into the grips of what he calls Celebrity Psychosis, to finally achieving inner peace and finding a creative wellspring in the teachings of Christian Science. Influenced in equal parts by the consciousness-expanding ambitions of Timothy Leary and the cerebral humor of Douglas Adams, in Infinite Tuesday, Nesmith spins a spellbinding tale of an unexpected life, in which stories about meeting John Lennon, or recording with Nashville greats, or inventing the music video trace an arc from Hollywood to Silicon Valley, illuminating a remarkable mind along the way.