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Norah Jones To Tickle The Ivories Across North America

Underground folk singer/songwriter Richard Julian will open on tour.

Norah Jones, who titled her debut album Come Away With Me, will soon invite fans to do just that. Gearing up for an eight-week headlining tour, Jones will bring her jazz-inflected piano pop to audiences across North America this summer, beginning in June.

The tour announcement finds Jones in good spirits between her debut album's recent stint at #1 on the Billboard albums chart and her five Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist and Album of the Year (see [article id="1459402"]"Eminem, Avril Lavigne, Nelly, Norah Jones Nab Most Grammy Noms"[/article]).

Launching June 6 in Ft. Myers, Florida, Jones' tour will take her throughout the United States and Canada, making stops at theaters, outdoor amphitheaters and festivals along the way. It will wrap up in Lyons, Colorado, on August 16.

Prior to the tour’s kickoff, Jones will perform the nominated single "Don't Know Why" at the Grammy Awards in New York on February 23 (see [article id="1459716"]"Norah Jones, Bruce Springsteen, Faith Hill Added To Grammy Performers List"[/article]).

Underground folk singer/songwriter Richard Julian, who opened for Jones on her last tour, will again perform opening-act duties on all dates. Tickets are expected to go on sale beginning the weekend of February 21.

Norah Jones tour dates, according to a Blue Note spokesperson:

  • 6/6 - Ft. Myers, FL @ Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
  • 6/7 - Boca Raton, FL @ Mizner Park Amphitheater
  • 6/8 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
  • 6/12 - Jacksonville, FL @ Florida Theatre
  • 6/14 - Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park
  • 6/16 - Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium
  • 6/17 - Raleigh, NC @ Regency Park
  • 6/20 - Philadelphia, PA @ Mann Center
  • 6/21 - Vienna, VA @ Wolftrap
  • 6/23 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
  • 6/24 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
  • 6/25 - New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
  • 6/27 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
  • 6/28 - Boston, MA @ Fleet Pavilion
  • 6/30 - Schenectady, NY @ Proctors Theatre
  • 7/3 - Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
  • 7/4 - Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
  • 7/5 - Detroit, MI @ Meadowbrook
  • 7/7 - Cleveland, OH @ Nautica Stage
  • 7/8 - Chicago, IL @ Ravinia Festival
  • 7/9 - Interlochen, MI @ Kresge Auditorium
  • 7/11 - Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theatre
  • 7/12 - Minneapolis, MN @ Northrup Auditorium
  • 7/14 - Kansas City, MO @ KC Midland Theater
  • 7/15 - St. Louis, MO @ Fox Theatre
  • 7/17 - Nashville, TN @ TPAC
  • 7/18 - Memphis, TN @ Orpheum
  • 7/19 - New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre
  • 7/20 - Houston, TX @ Hobby Center
  • 7/22 - Austin, TX @ The Backyard
  • 7/23 - Ft. Worth, TX @ Will Rogers Memorial Center
  • 7/26 - Sedona, AZ @ Sedona Cultural Park
  • 7/27 - San Diego, CA @ Open Air Theatre
  • 7/30 - Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre
  • 8/2 - Berkeley, CA @ The Greek
  • 8/4 - Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
  • 8/5 - Seattle, WA @ Marymoor
  • 8/7 - Calgary, AB @ S. Alberta Jubilee
  • 8/9 - Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theatre
  • 8/10 - Vancouver, BC @ Orpheum Theatre
  • 8/14 - Vail, CO @ Ford Amphitheater
  • 8/15 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks
  • 8/16 - Lyons, CO @ Rocky Mountain Folk Fest