The show is part of the musician's current tour—The Sufjan Stevens Christmas Sing-a-Long Seasonal Affective Disorder Yuletide Disaster Pageant on Ice—and will be an all-ages event.
A Detroit-born product of northern Michigan, Stevens was initially classified as a singer/songwriter with a folk music style. He has since expanded his reach to include electronica and symphonic arrangements.
His discography includes 10 full-length albums and one EP, one of which—2005’s “Illinois”—rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. Stevens' latest release is a followup to the 2006 “Songs for Christmas, Vols. 1-5,” aptly dubbed “Silver & Gold: Songs for Christmas, Vols. 6-10.”
Here’s hoping the Track 29 show is Christmas-themed and costume-appropriate or at least as neon-rific as the above trailer for his Prospect Park show. Tickets go on sale online and at the venue’s box office this Friday, Oct. 12, at 10 a.m.