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HAIM is playing pop-up shows inside delis across America
Charlotte Rutherford

HAIM is playing pop-up shows inside delis across America


Los Angeles sisters Danielle, Este, and Alana Haim just announced a last-minute run of shows set to take place inside delicatessens across major US cities.

The sister act is taking things back to basics: while cutting their musical teeth 20 years ago, they played their first concert at a Jewish deli on the West Coast.

"Our first show ever was at Canter's Deli in 2000 so we decided we want to play shows at different delis across America to celebrate our new record," the trio wrote in their announcement on Instagram. “We’ve never done anything like this before so let’s all get together and eat some matzo ball soup and we’ll play you some songs live. Maybe some new ones?”

The five-date deli tour stops in New York (today, 3/10), Washington, D.C. (3/11), Chicago (3/13), Denver and Los Angeles. Dates for the latter two cities have yet to be revealed and the exact locations for all shows are still under wraps.

This mini tour comes at the heels of the trio's latest single, "The Steps," which was released last week as a tease to their upcoming album, Women In Music Pt. III. HAIM co-wrote “The Steps” with longtime collaborators Ariel Rechsthaid (Adele, Blood Orange) and Rostam Batmangli (Solange, Frank Ocean). The new album is slated to drop on April 24 via Columbia Records.

Sign up for a chance to score tickets to the deli shows here.

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