Irving Plaza | New York, New York
Tiny Habits are taking over stages in North America, Europe, and the UK this 2024. The group just unveiled a series of local and international dates, including a stop in New York City. The Little Bit Farther tour is one you wouldn’t want to miss when it comes to your city! If you’re a fan of Tiny Habits, keep reading for more details about the upcoming show in the big apple.
The show’s set to happen at the Irving Plaza on Sunday, the 7th of April, 2024. Get ready to sing and dance along to all their best hits! More importantly, Beane is joining the tour as the official opener - making it an even better experience for fans of the genre. So, mark your calendars and come to this show!
Tickets are on sale right here, right now. Hurry up and secure yours before the show sells out!
Just a bit over two years ago, Tiny Habits kicked off their journey by sharing their incredible harmonies online, and now, they've blossomed into something beyond belief. It's like living a dream to see them grow so big in such a short time. The trio, consisting of Maya Rae, Cinya Khan, and Judah Mayowa, is now all set to conquer stages worldwide.
Their musical adventure began in the stairwells of their dorm at Berklee College of Music in Boston, capturing everything that would become the essence of Tiny Habits. Thanks to their skyrocketing popularity on TikTok and Instagram, where their videos are hitting millions of views, they're now gearing up to hit the road and spread their musical magic across the globe. It's almost surreal how quickly they've gone from recording in dormitory stairwells to touring the world, but here they are, ready to take on the next big chapter!
Fast forward to today, and they're not just covering, they're creating. Their own songs, like the ones from April's EP "Tiny Things," are now in the spotlight. They've even shared the stage with big names like Ingrid Michaelson and Gracie Abrams.
We mean, Khan's gentle guitar strumming sets the stage, and their harmonies? Perfect. They're a whole vibe - complex and polished. In partial thanks to their Berklee College of Music education, of course! Not all of them finished their education though. Mayowa left school, Khan graduated, and Rae's got one more year to go. With a packed touring schedule and a tradition at Berklee where some major musicians (think John Mayer and Melissa Etheridge) didn't quite finish their studies, Rae's got her work cut out.
“It just feels like this is what we're supposed to be doing,” said Rae - who grew up playing in the Vancouver jazz scene and at community events like the Vancouver Mural Festival. “Literally last year I played Khatsahlano,” Rae said. “So it’s pretty full circle to come back home and play with these guys.”
These three have a lot more coming for them in the future. The success is only piling up now. Show your support for them when they come to your city! Mark your calendars for the 7th of April, 2024 because that’s when they’re hitting New York City.
Don’t miss out - grab your tickets today!