The Starbucksian chanteuse Leslie Feist—avatar of what one critic dubbed the “Age of Accessible Hotness”—caught an iPod-commercial-fueled backlash last year that did nothing to derail her omnipresence. Since the release of last year’s The Reminder, she’s been photographed by Annie Leibovitz, collected both Juno and Shortlist music prizes, and gone gold (not to mention placing 11th in this publication’s most recent Pazz & Jop critics’ poll). Tonight, a mere $31 will buy Feist fans a spot in the one room in the nation where her detractors won’t follow. Expect adoration. With Hayden.
Wed., April 30, 7 p.m., 2008