On July 20th, Owl City will make his National Network TV debut when he performs live for the first time EVER on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show.  He’ll be performing his new single “Deer in the Headlights” (check out cool new music video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtsX8H7xSek) off of his new album All Things Bright and Beautiful, as well as his mega-hit “Fireflies” from his debut album Ocean Eyes.

Fans can watch the landmark performance at Jimmy Kimmel Live for free as this will be part of their outdoor mini-concert series!  All that is required is an RSVP from here: http://www.1iota.com/

And if you can’t make it to the TV debut, there are still more chances to see Owl City in LA: while headlining Club Nokia on July 21st and at the Fox Theater in Pomona on July 23rd!

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