Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Tallest Man on Earth performance on October 4th, 2019 at the Boch Center Wang Theatre has been cancelled. Previously purchased tickets will be refunded and no further action is required on your part.
ALL TICKETS PURCHASED THROUGH THE TICKETMASTER WEBSITE OR AT THE BOX OFFICE WITH A CREDIT CARD WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY REFUNDED. IF YOU PURCHASED WITH CASH AT THE BOX OFFICE YOU WILL NEED TO RETURN TO THE BOX OFFICE WITH YOUR TICKETS AND ID FOR A FULL REFUND.
MESSAGE FROM THE ARTIST:
Hello Sweet People,
The universe has gotten in the way of my plans and I will have to cancel my show in Boston at The Boch Center Wang Theatre on October 4th.
I’ve never done this before and it was an incredibly hard decision, but ultimately it is less of a choice than a necessity. I’m very sorry and I will find a time to make up the show as soon as I can. Tickets that were purchased electronically will be refunded automatically. If you have already purchased tickets you will be receiving an email from the ticketing company with details of your refund. If you have any further questions, or went to the box office in person to buy tickets you can use this link for more information.
Also, to avoid raising any concern, please know that I’m fine. I’m healthy and I feel good. I hope I haven’t ruined your plans too much and I can’t wait to make this up to you. I am going to think of a really fun way to do that.
Ok, be well, talk soon.
On April 19th, 2019, The Tallest Man On Earth will release his first album in 4 years. I Love You. It’s A Fever Dream. was written, produced and engineered by Kristian Matsson and was recorded almost entirely in his apartment in Brooklyn, NY.
When asked for some insight into the album, Matsson says “Here’s what I can tell you: Of course there are some love songs and then there are some other songs. Making the album I was thinking a lot about the lenses we view our lives through and that, for some reason, our worst tendencies seem to be carried out so loudly, while our best can go unnoticed. I’ve come to realize that some of the most powerful, most inspiring moments in my life have been the most subtle and that so often the thing that deserves my attention, is trying the least to get it.”
In recent years Matsson has undertaken single oriented projects that incorporate writing, producing and self releasing songs and videos in regular intervals, often with purposefully intense deadlines. He’s described finding inspiration in the entire process, and in particular in the satisfaction of making something and having it out quickly. For listeners and viewers the fascination has been in watching an artist work through his life, in problems and celebrations large and small, putting his thoughts out into the world while he’s still processing them himself and watching them evolve over time.
Plan Your Evening
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wang Theatre has housed the performing arts since opening in 1925, developing from a movie “cathedral” and home to vaudeville musicals and big bands, to today’s role as an impressive venue for world-class theatre, music, Broadway, and dance.