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Owl City will be kicking off a headlining tour of the US tonight at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN!  The tour kicks-off on the eve of the release of his new full-length studio album All Things Bright and Beautiful (Universal Republic).  The new album is the follow up to his platinum selling debut Ocean Eyes and has already been receiving raves from the press…

“…uplifting slice of electro-pop…”

USA Today

Summer’s Biggest Albums “…more electronic symphonies..”

Entertainment Weekly

“…irresistibly joyous…”

Marie Claire

Spring Music Preview “…Young also stretched musically, fusing digital pulses with acoustic country guitar…”

Rolling Stone

“…dreamy, optimistic…”

E Online

“…the 24-year-old has cut a more ambitious collection of songs this time around.”

SPIN

“…uplifting synth-pop…”

People

“…Owl City’s second major-label effort is much more mature, dynamic and well-rounded.”

Alternative Press

“…a continuation of the formula that made him such a success”

Billboard

The Must List “Best Indie Album”

Twist

See below for confirmed US tour dates and for the most up-to-date information on Owl City, visit

www.owlcitymusic.com.

www.twitter.com/owlcity

www.facebook.com/owlcity

Confirmed Tour Dates for Owl City:

June 13th Ryman Auditorium                                                      Nashville, TN

14th Tabernacle                                                                  Atlanta, GA

16th House of Blues                                                           Orlando, FL

17th Fillmore                                                                       Charlotte. NC

18th Pier Six                                                                        Baltimore, MD

20th Olympia                                                                      Montreal, QC

21st Kool Haus                                                                   Toronto, QC

23rd Roseland Ballroom                                                     New York, NY

25th The Mann                                                                   Philadelphia, PA

26th House of Blues                                                           Boston, MA

28th Egyptian Room                                                           Indianapolis, IN

29th Fillmore                                                                      Detroit, MI

30th Summerfest                                                                Milwaukee, WI

July 1st LC Pavilion                                                                 Columbus, OH

2nd Creation East                                                              Mount Union, PA

11th Uptown Theatre                                                          Kansas City, MO

12th Fillmore                                                                       Denver, CO

13th MacKay Event Center                                                 Salt Lake City, UT

15th Paramount Theatre                                                     Seattle, WA

16th The Center                                                                  Vancouver, BC

17th Roseland Ballroom                                                      Portland, OR

19th Warfield Theatre                                                         San Francisco, CA

21st Club Nokia                                                                   Los Angeles, CA

23rd Fox Theatre                                                                  Pomona, CA

25th Verizon Theatre                                                           Houston, TX

26th Verizon Theatre                                                           Dallas, TX

27th ACL Live                                                                       Austin, TX

29th Aragon Ballroom                                                          Chicago, IL

30th Roy Wilkins Auditorium                                               Minneapolis, MN

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