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Todd Rundgren virtual tour starts Feb 14th

Rundgren has brought his creativity to bear on nearly one hundred albums

Legendary recording artist, producer, songwriter and tech pioneer Todd Rundgren has  announced his 2021 Clearly Human virtual tour, featuring 25 performances, each geo fenced and tailored to a different US city. With each performance emanating from a  Chicago venue (the most convenient time zone to allow for 8pm showtimes in every  market), the shows will be “localized” to give both the band and the fans a sense of  place (e.g. local landmarks will appear on the video wall, catering for the band and  crew will feature dishes associated with each city, etc).

Single-ticket purchases within  the US will be limited to fans with zip codes corresponding to that show’s greater  metropolitan area. US-based fans not living in a designated tour market can also “attend” any or all dates via multi-show ticket bundles, which, like internationally based fans purchasing single-show tickets, will exempt them from geofencing  restrictions. In Chicago, there will be a licensed COVID compliance officer on staff at  all times, with both the band and crew testing regularly throughout the duration of the  virtual tour. 

The virtual box office is now open: ToddRundgren.NoCapShows.com 

Emulating a traditional routing itinerary, the Clearly Human Tour will kick off February  14 “in” Buffalo, NY, and wrap up March 22 “in” Seattle, WA. Single tickets are priced  at $35, with an array of premium add-ons and multi-date bundles available. 

Produced by NoCap, the live streaming company recently launched by Cisco Adler, and  Panacea Entertainment chairman Eric Gardner, Todd’s longtime manager, each show  will feature Rundgren and an expanded 10-piece band performing standouts from his  50-year-plus catalog, as well as his entire 1989 classic album ‘Nearly Human’, which  Warner Music Group will also be re-releasing on CD and coloured vinyl. Remote meet and-greets with Todd will be available at every show, as will options to select viewing  from multiple camera angles and to be featured on several rows of video screens that  will serve as the real-time “virtual audience” for the evening.