Owl City Announces The Midsummer Station World Tour – Kicking Off on September 5th in Nashville, TN
First Official Single, “Good Time” Debuts at #18 on Hot 10

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Owl City is excited to announce a world tour this fall in support of his new full-length studio album, The Midsummer Stationout August 21st on Universal Republic.  The tour, which kicks off on September 5th at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom, begins just two weeks after the album release and will hit major cities across the U.S. and Canada before the North American leg concludes on October 7th at The Crofoot in Detroit, MI.  Afterwards, Young will take off to France and make his way from Europe to Asia and finally wrap up the 45 date tour in New Zealand on November 3rd.


The announcement of Owl City’s The Midsummer Station World Tour comes on the heels of a massive first week for “Good Time” – the debut single off Young’s forthcoming album that features a duet with “Call Me Maybe” pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen.  The song was added by more than 100 radio stations and sold 140,000 copies in the first week earning “Good Time” a #18 debut on the Billboard Hot 100.  The track also found fans in the press with raves coming in from Entertainment Weekly who said the single “…goes down easier than a frozen margarita at a beachfront tiki bar,” Billboard chimed in with “…a track that could become a radio staple for the rest of the summer,” and MTV described the single as “…a sparkling, synth-heavy pop jam that was tailor-made to soundtrack all summer activities.”

With “Good Time” already making itself heard as this summer’s feel-good anthem, Owl City has set the stage for The Midsummer Station.  If you miss Owl City this month on his SOLD OUT North American promo tour (which also hits select cities in Asia, Europe and the UK), don’t fret as the fall tour tickets will go on sale July 13th at 12pm local time.  For the most up to date information on Owl City, check www.owlcitymusic.com, and check out all confirmed dates for Owl City’s The Midsummer Station World Tour below!

09.5.12 – Nashville, TN @ Cannery
09.6.12 – Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
09.7.12 – Orlando, FL @ Beacham Theatre
09.8.12 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
09.10.12 – Washington DC @ 9:30 Club
09.11.12 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
09.13.12 – Boston, MA @ Paradise
09.14.12 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
09.15.12 – Toronto, ON @ Phoenix Concert Hall
09.16.12 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
09.18.12 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues
09.19.12 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
09.20.12 – Austin, TX @ La Zona Rosa
09.22.12 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
09.26.12 – San Francisco, CA @ Regency
09.28.12 – Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
09.29.12 – Seattle, WA @ Neptune
10.01.12 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
10.02.12 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
10.04.12 – Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
10.05.12 – Kansas City, MO @ Beaumont
10.06.12 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
10.07.12 – Detroit, MI @ Crofoot
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10.18.12 – Paris, France @ Trabendo
10.19.12 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Mascotte
10.21.12 – Munich, Germany @ Hansa 39
10.22.12 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Batschkapp
10.23.12 – Hamburg, Germany @ Knust
10.25.12 – London, UK @ Forum
10.26.12 – Birmingham, UK @ Library/HMV Institute
10.27.12 – Dublin, Ireland @ Whelans
10.28.12 – Glasgow, UK @ Garage
10.30.12 – Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
10.31.12 – Oxford, UK @ Academy 2
11.02.12 – Gent, Belgium @ Vooruit
11.03.12 – Amsterdam, Holland @ Melkweg
11.07.12 – Osaka, Japan @ Big Cat
11.08.12 – Tokyo, Japan @ Shibuya Ax
11.12.12 – Taipei, Taiwan @ Legacy
11.14.12 – Jakarta, Indonesia @ Tennis Indoor Senayan
11.16.12 – Auckland, NZ @ Powerstation
11.18.12 – Melbourne, Australia @ Corner Hotel
11.20.12 – Sydney, Australia @ The Metro

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