Yelle wants fans to wear masks at upcoming shows

Gig-goers can be part of a film she's making

Yelle has put the word out that she’d like fans to wear masks at her upcoming shows, and plans to make each gig on her North American tour a masquerade dance party.

The French electro-pop singer is filming a documentary of the tour, and has asked fans to download and print special ‘polygon dog’ masks from her Myspace page and wear them to her shows.

She also want fans to appear in the film talking about their lives and their passion for music. A documentary form is available on the Yelle Myspace page, which fans must complete in order to be in with a chance to take part.

The tour will support the release of her debut album ‘Pop-Up’, which was released in April.

The dates are:

Dallas, TX House Of Blues (October 7)

Austin, TX The Mohawk (8)

Miami, FL Polish American Club (10)

Orlando, FL The Social (11)

Washington, DC 9:30 Club (13)

New York, NY Webster Hall (14)

Boston, MA The Roxy (15)

Detroit, MI The Magic Stick (20)

Chicago, IL Logan Square Auditorium (21)

Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (22)

Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (24)

Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (25)

Seattle, WA Neumos (27)

Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (28)

Portland, OR Berbati’s (29)

San Francisco, CA Mezzanine (31)

Los Angeles, CA Henry Fonda Theatre (November 1)

San Diego, CA Beauty Bar (2)

–By our New York staff.

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