Owl City’s World Tour Continues in US Following Sold-Out Shows in Australia, New Zealand, UK, EU and Asia & Following Launch of “The Mainframe” and Through the Lens of Adam Young


Owl City Launches THE MAINFRAME

Owl City’s Adam Young was so impressed and in awe at the amazing art his fans have shown him after shows yet was disappointed to know that most pieces would not see the wide viewership the spectacular pieces were deserving.  So, Adam created THE MAINFRAME – a place where Owl City friends and admirers can share their talent and creativity with the world.  It’s as simple as uploading the image, video, artwork, or song.  Submit or merely check out the sights and sounds at: http://mainframe.owlcitymusic.com/.

PLUS: See The World Through Owl City’s Eyes

Through the Lens of Adam Young Part. 1 is  Live!

As Owl City travel the world on their All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour, mastermind Adam Young has captured the wonderful things he saw on film.  The result is a two part documentary comprised of black and white vignettes of what Adam witnessed on his recent Asian portion of the world tour.  Part 1, out now, focuses on sights in Japan, while Part 2 will be released on October 31st.  Just go to www.owlcitymusic.com to see the world from Adam Young’s eyes.

Owl City is Back in the US to Continue the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour

Owl City is hot off the International (Australia/New Zealand/UK/EU/Asia) portion of the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Tour.  They head back to the States this November to bring the bright electro-pop to fans across the country.  Check out the upcoming dates below!

Nov. 2nd Northern Arizona State University                 Flagstaff, AZ

4th Diamond Ballroom                                                  Oklahoma City, OK

5th Sokol Auditorium                                                    Omaha, NE

6th Van Male Gymnasium, Carroll College          Waukesha, WI

7th The Pageant                                                              St. Louis, MO

9th Expo Five                                                                    Louisville, KY

11th Dixon Ministry Center, Cedarville Univ.        Cedarville, OH

12th Crocodile Rock                                                         Allentown, PA

13th Starland Ballroom                                                   Sayreville, NJ

14th Norva                                                                          Norfolk, VA

16th 9:30 Club                                                                    Washington DC

17th House of Blues                                                        Cleveland, OH

18th The Intersection                                                     Grand Rapids, MI

19th University of Minnesota                                      Minneapolis, MN


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