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Moby ‘Then It Fell Apart’ Book Tour

April 8, 2019 | by Dan Papps

Tags: Moby, Then It Fell Apart

What do you do when you realize you have everything you think you’ve ever wanted but still feel completely empty? What do you do when it all starts to fall apart?

Moby reflects on these questions and more during a candid and revealing conversation tour, including dates in USA, UK and Ireland. Twenty years after his milestone album Play, the iconic musician, DJ, and activist talks about the harrowing temptations that lie at the dark heart of fame. Moby’s shocking and riotous journey is chronicled in the second volume of his extraordinary life story, Then It Fell Apart, published by Faber Social on May 2. Pre-order here.

The conversations, including an audience Q&A, will include Moby performing an acoustic song or two* (please note: this event is not a concert) and a book signing.

(*Excluding Hay Festival)

Saturday May 4 – Bay Area Book Festival, Berkeley CA

Monday May 6 – Live Talks Los Angeles, Los Angeles CA

Friday May 10 – Seattle Town Hall, First Bapist Church, Seattle WA

Tuesday May 14 – National Sawdust, Williamsburg NYC

Wednesday May 15 – Space Ballroom, Hamden CT

Thursday May 16 – Havard Bookstore @ The Brattle Theater, Cambridge MA

Monday May 20 – The Rubin Museum, “Power” Series, Manhattan NYC

Sunday June 1 – Hay Book Festival, Hay-on-Wye, Wales

Monday June 3 – EartH, London

Wednesday June 5 – Manchester Literature Festival, Martin Harris Centre, Manchester

Thursday June 6 – Liberty Hall Theatre, Dublin, Ireland