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    Lianne La Havas Announces North American Fall Tour in Support of New Album, "Blood," Due July 31
    Jean Paul Pietrus

    English singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas, whose second album, Blood, will be released by Nonesuch/Warner Bros. Records in the US on July 31, announces a month-long North American tour beginning September 23, with stops in Washington, DC; Chicago; Boston; San Francisco; and Austin, among others. The tour follows previously announced performances at the Essence Festival in New Orleans and a sold-out pair of intimate evenings at the Troubadour in Los Angeles and Bowery Ballroom in New York in July. Tickets for the fall shows go on sale this Friday, June 26, and include a digital download of Blood in its entirety using a code sent by email on July 31. Additionally, a limited amount of Exclusive VIP Packages that include a ticket to the show, custom merchandise items, and priority entry at participating venues will be available at future-beat.com. See below for all of the currently scheduled North American dates; for all the lastest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    La Havas’ 2012 debut album Is Your Love Big Enough? won Album of the Year at iTunes UK as well as Barclaycard Mercury Prize and Ivor Novello Best Album nominations, along with tremendous critical acclaim. The Blood track “Unstoppable” is available as an instant download for those who pre-order the album via iTunes or in the Nonesuch Store; a video for the song, which the Times of London called “a piece of soaring soul that recalls Jill Scott at her most transcendent,” may be viewed here. The album’s second single, “What You Don’t Do,” debuted yesterday; you can watch the video here:

    LIANNE LA HAVAS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR

    Jul 5 Essence Festival New Orleans, LA
    Jul 7 Troubadour - SOLD OUT Hollywood, CA
    Jul 9 Bowery Ballroom - SOLD OUT New York, NY
         
    Sep 23 9:30 Club Washington, DC
    Sep 25 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
    Sep 26 Terminal 5 New York, NY
    Sep 28 Royale Boston, MA
    Sep 29 Corona Theatre Montreal, QC
    Oct 2 Danforth Music Hall Toronto, ON
    Oct 3 St. Andrew's Hall Detroit, MI
    Oct 4 Park West Chicago, IL
    Oct 6 Varsity Theater Minneapolis, MN
    Oct 8 Starlite Room Edmonton, AB
    Oct 9 MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary Calgary, AB
    Oct 11 Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC
    Oct 12 Neptune Theatre Seattle, WA
    Oct 14 The Independent San Francisco, CA
    Oct 16 The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA
    Oct 18 House of Blues Anaheim, CA
    Oct 19 Masonic Lodge, Hollywood Forever Los Angeles, CA
    Oct 20 The Observatory at North Park San Diego, CA
    Oct 22 House of Blues Dallas, TX
    Oct 23 Emo's Austin, TX
    Oct 25 Center Stage Atlanta, GA
         
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Lianne La Havas Announces North American Fall Tour in Support of New Album, "Blood," Due July 31

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Lianne La Havas announces a month-long North American tour beginning September 23, with stops in NYC, LA, DC, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, and Austin, among others. The tour, featuring music from her new album, Blood, due July 31, follows previously announced performances at the Essence Festival in New Orleans and a sold-out pair of intimate evenings in LA and NYC. Tickets for the fall shows go on sale this Friday, June 26, and include a download of Blood available starting release day.

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English singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas, whose second album, Blood, will be released by Nonesuch/Warner Bros. Records in the US on July 31, announces a month-long North American tour beginning September 23, with stops in Washington, DC; Chicago; Boston; San Francisco; and Austin, among others. The tour follows previously announced performances at the Essence Festival in New Orleans and a sold-out pair of intimate evenings at the Troubadour in Los Angeles and Bowery Ballroom in New York in July. Tickets for the fall shows go on sale this Friday, June 26, and include a digital download of Blood in its entirety using a code sent by email on July 31. Additionally, a limited amount of Exclusive VIP Packages that include a ticket to the show, custom merchandise items, and priority entry at participating venues will be available at future-beat.com. See below for all of the currently scheduled North American dates; for all the lastest, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

La Havas’ 2012 debut album Is Your Love Big Enough? won Album of the Year at iTunes UK as well as Barclaycard Mercury Prize and Ivor Novello Best Album nominations, along with tremendous critical acclaim. The Blood track “Unstoppable” is available as an instant download for those who pre-order the album via iTunes or in the Nonesuch Store; a video for the song, which the Times of London called “a piece of soaring soul that recalls Jill Scott at her most transcendent,” may be viewed here. The album’s second single, “What You Don’t Do,” debuted yesterday; you can watch the video here:

LIANNE LA HAVAS NORTH AMERICAN TOUR

Jul 5 Essence Festival New Orleans, LA
Jul 7 Troubadour - SOLD OUT Hollywood, CA
Jul 9 Bowery Ballroom - SOLD OUT New York, NY
     
Sep 23 9:30 Club Washington, DC
Sep 25 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Sep 26 Terminal 5 New York, NY
Sep 28 Royale Boston, MA
Sep 29 Corona Theatre Montreal, QC
Oct 2 Danforth Music Hall Toronto, ON
Oct 3 St. Andrew's Hall Detroit, MI
Oct 4 Park West Chicago, IL
Oct 6 Varsity Theater Minneapolis, MN
Oct 8 Starlite Room Edmonton, AB
Oct 9 MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary Calgary, AB
Oct 11 Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC
Oct 12 Neptune Theatre Seattle, WA
Oct 14 The Independent San Francisco, CA
Oct 16 The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Oct 18 House of Blues Anaheim, CA
Oct 19 Masonic Lodge, Hollywood Forever Los Angeles, CA
Oct 20 The Observatory at North Park San Diego, CA
Oct 22 House of Blues Dallas, TX
Oct 23 Emo's Austin, TX
Oct 25 Center Stage Atlanta, GA
     
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