17 Nov 2009
Magnetic Fields 2010 North American Tour 
The Magnetic Fields have announced a string of US and Canadian dates in Feb/March 2010 in support of their forthcoming album, Realism which will be released via Nonesuch Records on 26 January 2010.

Tickets go on general sale on Friday 20 November but a limited number are available via MusicToday from, erm, today.

Check the official House of Tomorrow Calendar for full details of all dates, venues, and ticket pricing.

After their North American jaunt the band will be heading this side of the pond for European dates. Thus far only one has been announced (but stand by for more) and this is at the Barbican on Monday 22 November. Tickets are available on pre-sale now via ArtistTicket and other outlets.

THE MAGNETIC FIELDS - 2010 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR

February

4 (Thu) WASHINGTON, DC, Lisner Auditorium @ George Washington University
6 (Sat) MONTREAL, QC, Corona Theatre
8 (Mon) TORONTO, ON, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
10-11 (Wed-Thu) BOSTON, MA, Wilbur Theatre
13 (Sat) BROOKLYN, NY, Howard Gilman Opera House @ BAM
21-22 (Sun-Mon) PORTLAND, OR, The Aladdin Theater
23-24 (Tue-Wed) SEATTLE, WA, Town Hall Seattle
27 (Sat) OAKLAND, CA, The Fox Theater

March

1 (Mon) SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Herbst Theatre
2 (Tue) LOS ANGELES, CA, Wilshire Ebell Theatre
4 (Thu) MILWAUKEE, WI, Pabst Theatre
5 (Fri) BLOOMINGTON, IN, Buskirk Chumley Theater
6 (Sat) ST. LOUIS, MO, The Pageant
7 (Sun) CHICAGO, IL Harris Theater @ Millenium Park
10-11 (Wed-Thu) NEW YORK, NY, Town Hall
22 (Mon) LONDON, UK, Barbican Centre

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