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Beck to Play Forest Hills Stadium Aug. 17

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Feb. 12, 2019 Staff Report

Beck, who just won the Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album, will be playing at Forest Hills Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 17.

Beck, who has just announced his 2019 U.S. tour, will be co-headlining with Cage the Elephant, which has an upcoming album “Social Cues” that features Beck on the song ‘Night Running.”  Indie vets Spoon are opening.

Tickets to the Forest Hills concert will go on sale on Friday, Feb. 15, and can be bought via

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I want to know who listens to Beck. I heard he is a musical genius but honestly I don’t hear his music anywhere nor ever found myself wanting to listening to it. And I listen to all genres.


that’s exactly what it means, you should judge him on his music, not on his “church affiliation” )


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