Mandy Moore

Frazer Harrison / Staff

Mandy Moore


The Pabst Theater
144 E Wells St
Milwaukee, WI 53202
United States

Event Description:

In accordance with CDC guidance for large events and mass gatherings, all of our upcoming shows have been postponed through at least May 15. We are closely following recommendations by public health officials and are prepared to extend that timeframe if necessary. We are actively working to reschedule shows and all previously purchased tickets will be honored when new dates are rescheduled. Please email or call 414-286-3663 with any additional questions on the status of shows.

Mandy Moore makes a highly anticipated return to music in over a decade with a stop at the Pabst Theater!  Over the past several weeks, Moore has released two singles from her upcoming album due out next year on Verve Forecast, “When I Wasn’t Watching” and “I’d Rather Lose.”  In a purposeful departure from the more tightly structured pop of her previous material, she’s worked closely with long-time collaborator and producer Mike Viola and with her husband, Taylor Goldsmith (singer/guitarist/songwriter for L.A.-based folk-rock band Dawes).

An Emmy-, Grammy- and Golden Globe-nominated actress, singer, and songwriter, Mandy Moore first came to national attention with her platinum-selling 1999 debut album So Real. With her sophomore effort I Wanna Be with You arriving in 2000 and her self-titled third album released in 2001, she starred in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s A Walk to Remember in 2002, winning an MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Female Performance. Over the next decade, Moore appeared in a dozen films and released a series of celebrated albums: 2003’s Coverage, 2007’s Wild Hope, and 2009’s Amanda Leigh. Since 2016, she’s starred on the critically acclaimed NBC series “This Is Us,” earning Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her role as matriarch Rebecca Pearson. In addition to the fourth season of “This Is Us” premiering in late-September 2019, Moore will next be seen alongside Woody Harrelson in Roland Emmerich’s feature film Midway.