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NS2 & CMH Present:

CANCELLED: Tegan & Sara

w/ IDER and Claud

DOORS: 7:00PM / SHOW: 8:00PM

$35 - $45

This Show Will Include The Open Floor Standing Area

On-Sale Has Been Postponed

COVID-19 Update:

Tegan and Sara will unfortunately have to cancel all public appearances for the remainder of 2020. The band will be announcing via video message this coming Wednesday. Please let us know if you have any issues with the timing of this announcement. Likewise, please do not release any statements regarding this tour without our prior approval. We will be in touch to circulate verbiage for the messaging.

We have every intention of rescheduling this date for 2021.

Hope you are healthy and thanks so much for understanding.

In 1995, at the height of grunge music, 15-year-old twin sisters Tegan and Sara Quin started their first band in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The band was called Plunk and consisted of only two members: Tegan and Sara. Back then everyone called the twins Sara and Tegan, and outside school they mostly holed up in their bedrooms, crafting their first punk-inspired songs on their shared guitars. After graduation, Plunk (a play on “light punk”) briefly became Sara and Tegan, but the sequence was soon shuffled to stand out better in a sea of bands named Sara(h): officially becoming the band Tegan and Sara in late 1999.

Tegan and Sara have released 9 studio albums, slowly crafting a sound both unique and influential. Selling over a million albums before streaming came along, Tegan and Sara became indie darlings in the early aughts, playing every bar, club, theater, arena and festival stage along the way. They cut their teeth supporting some of the world’s biggest bands: Neil Young, The Black Keys, Bryan Adams, Ben Folds, Paramore, Cyndi Lauper and The Killers, to name a few. Their indie rock staple “Walking With A Ghost” broke through on radio and was covered by The White Stripes. Later collaborating with dance artists like Tiesto, Morgan Page, Matthew Dear, David Guetta and Allesso, Tegan and Sara started to fuse their indie rock sound to a more electronic production style.

After a decade-long run conquering the indie world, Tegan and Sara went into the studio with producer Greg Kurstin (Katy Perry, Adele, Kesha, Kelly Clarkson) in 2012 to record their seventh album, Heartthrob. The record thrust them into the pop world and set them on a course to alter the mainstream. Their single “Closer” was certified Gold in the US and Platinum in Canada, and went on to be covered by the cast of the TV show Glee, while Tegan and Sara inched further towards the mainstream with appearances on Ellen’s hit TV show and an arena tour with Katy Perry. The loyal, passionate fanbase Tegan and Sara had methodically built expanded even more.

Each year since Heartthrob has brought further reinvention. In 2014 Tegan and Sara signed up to be part of The Lego Movie and eventually performed their indelible single “Everything Is Awesome” at the Oscars with the Lonely Island and a dancing possum. In 2016 they released Love You To Death, the much anticipated follow up to Heartthrob, with a mission to queer the mainstream. In 2017 they launched the Tegan and Sara Foundation to help raise funds to improve the lives of LGBTQ women and girls. In 2018 Tegan and Sara were given the Governor Generals Performing Arts Award in Canada, the country’s highest honor for creatives. In 2019 Tegan and Sara released their first memoir, High School, which quickly became a New York Times bestseller and recounts their teenage years in raw detail. In conjunction with the memoir, they released their 9th studio album, Hey, I’m Just Like You, an alternative pop record reimagining their first songs written back in the 90’s in their bedrooms.

This year Tegan and Sara are bringing a collection of their most loved songs to the stage, with an all new band, colorful production, and freshly cut bangs. Fans new and old can expect a lively pop show and unforgettable evening, but no dancing possums.



Claud is the solo project of Claud Mintz. After releasing their debut EP made out of their college dorm room under the name Toast with Terrible Records, Claud dropped out of Syracuse University to move forward with their music career. Since then they’ve toured and played with the likes of The María’s, Clairo, Triathalon, girl in red, and more. After fear of being sued by Wonder Bread and making the name change – Claud is now working with various collaborators and will be sharing new music – a new chapter following the project formerly known as Toast.

Venue Information
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403