September 13, 2006 9:00

Sufjan Stevens to go on three-month world tour

What a busy boy

Sufjan Stevens to go on three-month world tour
Sufjan Stevens has anna mammoth three-month world tour.

As previously reported by NME.COM, the singer is set to release a Christmas box set on November 12, ’Songs For Christmas’.

And the tour will includetwo UK shows, in London and Manchester.

The live dates are:

Dallas Lakewood Theatre (September 12)
Austin Paramount Theatre (15/16)
New Orleans House Of Blues (19)
Atlanta Fox Theatre (20)
Chapel Hill Memorial Hall (21)
Indianapolis Egyptian Theatre (23)
St Louis Pageant (24)
Milwaukee Pabst Theatre (25)
Chicago Riviera (26)
Philadelphia Tower Theatre (28)
New York Town Hall (29/30/October 1)
Berkeley Zellerbach Hall (9/11)
Portland Crystal Ballroom (13)
Vancouver St Andrew’s Cathedral (14)
Seattle Paramount (15)
Dublin Olympia (November 1)
Manchester Academy (2)
London Barbican (3)
Ghent Voorhuit (5)
Barcelona Casino L’Allanca (7)
Paris Le Bataclan (9)
Cologne Gloria (11)
Amsterdam Paradiso (11)
Copenhagen Vega (12)
Oslo Sentrum Scene (14)
Stockholm Berns (15)
Reykjanik Frikirkjan Church (17/18)


For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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