29 Sep 2004
The Magnetic Fields 
The Magnetic Fields have added two new shows to their US tour, both in the south east, with the promise of more to come. Candle Records recording artist Darren Hanlon opens for the band during this run.

Details on the confirmed shows are below (courtesy of the House of Tomorrow newsletter):

2/3 December 2004
The Birchmere (Bandstand)
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave, Alexandria, VA
Admission: $22.50 adv ($25.00 on the night)
Tel: (703) 549-7500

A limited number of pre-sale tickets, with a $3.50 surcharge, are available through MusicToday from this Friday, 1 October 1 until 7 October. Tickets will be available from the venue's box office and through Ticketmaster starting 8 October. The venue surcharge is $2. Note: The Birchmere does not take phone sales at its box office.

6 December 2004
The Variety Playhouse
1099 Euclid Avenue, Atlanta, GA
Admission: $20.00
(404) 524-7354

Pre-sale tickets from MusicToday run from October 8 to October 14, and sales after that will be handled by the venue's box office and Ticketmaster. Tip: There is no surcharge for tickets purchased in cash at the venue.

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