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Moody Blues Target Canada

12:01 PM Wednesday 6/22/11 | |

Canadian fans of The Moody Blues will have plenty of chances to see the group during a coast-to-coast excursion covering 16 cities.

Called the “Precious Cargo” tour, the band launches the cross-country expedition in Nova Scotia at the Halifax Metro Centre Sept. 15. Stops also include Moncton, New Brunswick (Sept. 16); Quebec City (Sept. 18); Montreal (Sept. 19), Toronto (Sept. 23); Calgary, Alberta (Oct. 4) and Vancouver, British Columbia (Oct. 7) before wrapping it all up in Victoria, British Columbia, at the Save On Foods Memorial Center Oct. 8.

The Moody Blues will release a greatest hits collection in two separate editions. Icon and Icon 2 will be released July 19.

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Pre-sales for the Canadian tour begin this week with general onsales launching by Friday. The Moody Blues is also offering two VIP options for select shows, including what it likes to call the “Storytellers Experience” where you get to hang with the band as they tell some of their wilder stories from back in the day. Visit MoodyBluesToday.com for more information.


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