Chicago-based songwriter Tasha has announced a string of tour dates supporting Helado Negro and Hand Habits, as well as a few upcoming festival dates. Tasha will support Helado Negro’s sold out San Francisco show at the Chapel on May 8.

Tasha’s debut album, Alone at Last, was released in late 2018 via Father/Daughter Records. Those who purchase vinyl copies of the album will be treated to a poetry zine featuring contributions from Chicago-based Black women writers including Imani Jackson, Keisa Reynolds, Jamila Woods, and Stella Binion. One dollar from each LP sold will be donated to #NoCopAcademy, “a collective of organizers doing work to prevent a $95 million police academy from being built on the westside of Chicago.”

Tasha’s tour started April 10 at New York’s Bowery Ballroom with Hand Habits and Barrie, and will continue through the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on July 21. Tickets for Tasha’s San Francisco show with Helado Negro are sold out, but keep an eye out for ticket giveaways.

Helado Negro, Tasha
The Chapel
May 8, 2019
8pm, $20 (SOLD OUT)