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    Iron and Wine Kicks Off Second Leg of North American Fall Tour
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    Iron and Wine, whose Nonesuch debut album, Ghost on Ghost, was released this past spring to critical acclaim, kicks off the second leg of its North American fall tour with a show at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles this Thursday, Halloween night. Singer-songwriter Sam Beam and his 12-piece band perform up the West Coast, making stops in Oakland, Portland, Vancouver, and Seattle, with opening sets along the way from Laura Mvula. Iron and Wine then heads inland for shows in Missoula, Salt Lake City, Denver, Lincoln, and Kansas City, before landing in Nashville and Atlanta in mid-November, with support on those dates from Jesca Hoop.

    The following month, Iron and Wine comes to New York City to headline the ninth annual Holiday Cheer for FUV concert benefitting New York public radio station 90.7 FM WFUV. The evening, taking place at the Beacon Theatre on December 10, also features Tucson-based Calexico as house band and songwriter/performer Nick Lowe, among other artists to be announced.

    "Iron & Wine's Sam Beam sets a really high bar artistically," says FUV Program Director Rita Houston.

    See below for all of the currently scheduled dates; for additional details and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    To pick up a copy of Ghost on Ghost, head to iTunes or to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout. It is also available to purchase in the Nonesuch Store as MP3 and FLAC files.

    IRON AND WINE ON TOUR

    Oct 31 Orpheum Theatre* Los Angeles, CA
    Nov 1 Fox Theatre* Oakland, CA
    Nov 2 Crystal Ballroom* | Sold Out Portland, OR
    Nov 3 Commodore Ballroom* | Sold Out Vancouver, BC
    Nov 4 Paramount Theatre* Seattle, WA
    Nov 5 Wilma Theatre** Missoula, MT
    Nov 6 In the Venue** Salt Lake City, UT
    Nov 7  Paramount Theatre ** Denver, CO
    Nov 8 Rococo Theatre** | Sold Out Lincoln, NE
    Nov 9 Midland Theatre** Kansas City, MO
    Nov 10 Ryman Auditorium** Nashville, TN
    Nov 11 Tabernacle** Atlanta, GA
         
    Dec 10 Beacon Theatre: Holiday Cheer for FUV New York, NY
         

    * w/ Laura Mvula
    ** w/ Jesca Hoop

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Iron and Wine Kicks Off Second Leg of North American Fall Tour

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Iron and Wine kicks off the second leg of its North American fall tour at LA's Orpheum Theatre on Thursday, Halloween night. Sam Beam and the band perform up the West Coast, making stops in Oakland, Portland, Vancouver, and Seattle, with opening sets along the way from Laura Mvula. Iron and Wine then heads inland for shows in Missoula, Salt Lake City, Denver, Lincoln, and Kansas City, before landing in Nashville and Atlanta in mid-November, with support on those dates from Jesca Hoop. On December 10, Iron and Wine headlines the Holiday Cheer for FUV concert benefitting New York public radio station 90.7 FM WFUV. 

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Iron and Wine, whose Nonesuch debut album, Ghost on Ghost, was released this past spring to critical acclaim, kicks off the second leg of its North American fall tour with a show at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles this Thursday, Halloween night. Singer-songwriter Sam Beam and his 12-piece band perform up the West Coast, making stops in Oakland, Portland, Vancouver, and Seattle, with opening sets along the way from Laura Mvula. Iron and Wine then heads inland for shows in Missoula, Salt Lake City, Denver, Lincoln, and Kansas City, before landing in Nashville and Atlanta in mid-November, with support on those dates from Jesca Hoop.

The following month, Iron and Wine comes to New York City to headline the ninth annual Holiday Cheer for FUV concert benefitting New York public radio station 90.7 FM WFUV. The evening, taking place at the Beacon Theatre on December 10, also features Tucson-based Calexico as house band and songwriter/performer Nick Lowe, among other artists to be announced.

"Iron & Wine's Sam Beam sets a really high bar artistically," says FUV Program Director Rita Houston.

See below for all of the currently scheduled dates; for additional details and ticket links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Ghost on Ghost, head to iTunes or to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout. It is also available to purchase in the Nonesuch Store as MP3 and FLAC files.

IRON AND WINE ON TOUR

Oct 31 Orpheum Theatre* Los Angeles, CA
Nov 1 Fox Theatre* Oakland, CA
Nov 2 Crystal Ballroom* | Sold Out Portland, OR
Nov 3 Commodore Ballroom* | Sold Out Vancouver, BC
Nov 4 Paramount Theatre* Seattle, WA
Nov 5 Wilma Theatre** Missoula, MT
Nov 6 In the Venue** Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 7  Paramount Theatre ** Denver, CO
Nov 8 Rococo Theatre** | Sold Out Lincoln, NE
Nov 9 Midland Theatre** Kansas City, MO
Nov 10 Ryman Auditorium** Nashville, TN
Nov 11 Tabernacle** Atlanta, GA
     
Dec 10 Beacon Theatre: Holiday Cheer for FUV New York, NY
     

* w/ Laura Mvula
** w/ Jesca Hoop

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Iron and Wine: tour poster, November 2013

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