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Haim Could Be Gulping Down Matzo Ball Soup and Playing at a Deli Near You

Ahead of their “Women in Music Pt. III” album release, the sister trio will be playing select delis around the country

Alana Haim, Este Haim, and Danielle Haim attend the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Photo: Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

Good news for anyone who takes their favorite sister-driven pop rock with a side of knishes: Haim is playing at different delis across the U.S. in what the band is calling a “deli tour.”

“We’ve never done anything like this before so let’s all get together and eat some matzo ball soup and we’ll play you some songs live,” Haim announced in an Instagram post.

As the trio call out in their Instagram caption, the first show that sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim played together as kids was at Canter’s Deli — a Jewish deli with an 89-year history in Los Angeles — where they were apparently paid in matzo ball soup. The trio hit up Canter’s again in 2017, with a celeb-studded party to celebrate the band’s single “Right Now” off their Something to Tell You album. Canter’s is also pictured in the album cover art — depicting the sisters lined up in front of hanging sausages (heh) and a sign that reads “NOW SERVING 69” (nice) — for Haim’s upcoming record Women In Music Pt. III, out April 24.

The tour kicks off on March 10 in New York, followed by March 11 in D.C., March 13 in Chicago, and future dates in Denver and LA. Fans who want to attend have to fill out this form, Rolling Stone reports. The specific delicatessens in question have yet to be announced, but who wants to bet that Canter’s will be the final destination in LA?

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