Owl City Returns to the US in November for the Third Leg of the All Things Bright and Beautiful World Headlining Tour

Adam Young is bringing Owl City’s catchy, energetic pop back to the States.  For the past three months the band has been making its way across the world, kicking off the tour in North America and making their way through Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, with dates still remaining in Europe and Asia.  Eager to continue touring in the US, Owl City announced the third leg of the All Things Bright and Beautiful world headlining tour – a string of Stateside dates in November with support from pop-rockers Days Difference.  These shows will bring Owl City to new places and smaller cities for an opportunity to get up close and personal with old and new fans alike.  Tickets for all dates went on sale September 10th and are already going fast.  The tour begins in Flagstaff, AZ on November 2nd and will wind its way through the country until November 19th, where the tour will wrap up in Minneapolis, MN.

Young, the mastermind behind Owl City, released All Things Bright and Beautiful early this summer on Universal Republic. The album was the follow up to his hugely successful 2009 album Ocean Eyes, which featured the quadruple-platinum hit single, “Fireflies.”  All Things Bright And Beautiful saw Owl City making his Late Night TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live, earned him an Alternative Press cover, and garnered raves from various outlets including USA Today, Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter and Entertainment Weekly, proving that Young is here to stay.  Young intends to prove that in every live show, bringing the upbeat, bouncy energy heard on his records to a new level that you can’t help but dance your heart out to.  For up to date information and ticket sales, head over to www.owlcitymusic.com.

Confirmed U.S. Dates for Owl City:

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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