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Lincoln Theatre announces first I.M.P. lineup with Neko Case, Laura Marling

The Lincoln Theatre's new era will begin with Laura Marling.

Laura Marling will perform at the Lincoln Theatre on Sept. 4. (Lucy Hamblin)

The British songstress is the first artist in the new lineup for the theater, which, as was announced last week, will now be operated by I.M.P., 9:30 Club co-owner Seth Hurwitz's company. Hurwitz told The Post last week that he planned to bring performances to the venue that would ordinarily be seated 9:30 Club shows, which, typically, tend to be the acoustic guitar and whispery lyrics kind of music, or artists that appeal to an older crowd. The first slate of shows seems like a good fit; Neko Case is the biggest name in this bunch:

• Laura Marling, Sept. 4
• Travis, Sept. 20
• KT Tunstall, Sept. 29
• Matt Nathanson, Oct. 29
• Neko Case, Oct. 30

Tickets for all of the shows will go on sale July 12 at 10 a.m. on

Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts.
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