Multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter/producer Ben Folds will continue his “Ben Folds & A Piano” solo tour in 2017, delivering more unique power rock performances that showcase his recently released songs and classic hits using the intimacy of just a piano.

In addition to a series of solo rock dates, Folds is also slated to perform his critically acclaimed piano concerto and pop hits with a host of orchestras throughout the U.S. His concerto was featured in his first classical pop rock album “So There” in 2015, which topped both the Classical and Classical Crossover charts.

At many of his shows, Folds will also continue to offer pre-performance VIP events, which include “master classes” and exclusive soundcheck events for interested fans. His master classes, which he began hosting this Fall, are conducted in collaboration with the Grammy Foundation’s “Grammy In The Schools” initiative to help raise awareness of the importance of music education and to spotlight local music educators. At each master class, a local music educator is invited to interview Folds and lead an intimate Q&A session with fans who participate.

Presale tickets and VIP packages will be available starting Wednesday, December 14th at 10 am local venue time to members of Ben Folds’ email database. Tickets and VIP packages will be available to the public starting Friday, December 16 at 10 am local venue time. More info on these events can be found here:

Widely regarded as one of the major music influencers of our generation, Folds has spent over a decade sharing the stage with some of the world’s greatest symphony orchestras – from Sydney, Australia to the Kennedy Center. For five seasons he was a judge on the popular NBC series “The Sing-Off,” which catapulted the art of a cappella into the national spotlight, and helped launch the careers of numerous a cappella groups.

Folds recently returned to pounding pianos again with cross country solo touring reminiscent of his earliest solo tours, where he defied skeptics by delivering a high energy rock performance with just a piano.

In addition to his self-described love of performing and making music “for humans,” Folds is also an avid photographer and member of the distinguished Sony Artisans of Imagery.

Folds is also an advocate for music education and music therapy as a member of Artist Committee of the Americans For The Arts, and he serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Nashville Symphony.

Additional upcoming tour dates can be found here:

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