David Byrne will bring his American Utopia stage show back to Broadway, event organizers announced on social media Sunday. Before the show’s first run of 121 performances would finish on February 16th, they detailed a second leg, which will kick off September 18th and continue through January 17th, 2021, at New York, NY’s Hudson Theatre.

In a press release, Byrne noted: “It’s become obvious to us in the band, the crew and the producer team that audiences want, dare I say need? To see this show.” He continued, “They’re not ready to have it disappear just yet. We feel the same way, we love doing this show. So, it’s thrilling to us that we can announce that we’ll be back in September.”

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The stage show, an adaptation of Byrne’s seventh studio album with the same name, has been lauded as one of the must-see Broadway performances over the past year. Produced by Kristin CaskeyMike IsaacsonPatrick Catullo, and TodomundoAmerican Utopia features Byrne and 11 other actors performing modified versions of the album’s songs, along with music from the Talking Heads‘ catalog. Its success transcends Broadway too. Earlier this month, news broke that Spike Lee would direct a film adaptation of the show to create something “unlike anyone has seen before,” Byrne said.

Tickets for the 2020/2021 American Utopia Broadway shows are on sale now. Click here for tickets and more information.

Watch a video of the announcement below.

American Utopia Broadway Announcement

[Video: David Byrne’s American Utopia on Broadway]