Update: According to Ticket Alternative, this show is invite-only. You'll need the proper code in order to purchase tickets online.
In case you're wondering how the heck she hooked up with Idan Raichel, check out the interview between India.Arie and Indigo Girls' Emily Saliers from our 2010 music issue, where Arie talks all about working with Raichel and her recent career epiphany:
India.Arie: And as the years have gone by, I've been able to have the courage to be more and more myself. In the last two years, something just completely broke open, like I just can't not say what I want to say, especially in my music. For the last tour I went on, I would come out and say, "My name is India.Arie, and the songs you're going to hear tonight are about the interconnectedness of humanity. I believe that we're all connected, we are all the same and what we all do affects one another. Listen closely to the words. That's why I'm here." Before I used to sneak in words, but now before I sing a note, I say, "here it is." And so this year, I said I wasn't going to do anything. I said I was gonna take a break and I wasn't going to do anything but travel and sleep and drink water and go to yoga or whatever I wanted to do. And I met a composer in Israel in October of 2008. His name is Idan Raichel, and he asked if he could come to Atlanta and visit. He came in March, and we spent now, a total of 20 days or so together, because he's come back three times. And we've written 15 songs in Hebrew and English.
Emily Saliers: Wow.
India.Arie: And clearly, it's like where is this ever gonna get played or who's ever gonna say this is a smash or any of that. But it's what I want to do, and all the songs are all about spiritual ideas and love and the high spiritual nature of love, and I'm straight singing in Hebrew. It's never something I thought I'd do. I never spoke Hebrew a day in my life.
Nashville has more dive bars than ATL now that sucks. tbh i think that new…
*Christ, Lord sorry
"Punk" style like this seems like it is the polar opposite of punk. Bradford Cox…
They're kind of starting to look like a joke of themselves. Song's good though.