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Stars To Shine In North America

11:01 AM Tuesday 12/11/12 |   |

Looks as if world is not enough for Stars. The indie rock band from Toronto embarks on a tour of North America only days after concluding an international run in South Korea. With multiple nights in Brooklyn, Montreal and Toronto, Stars begins the journey in early March.

Touring in support of the band’s sixth album, The North, Stars heads to Australia in February, followed by stops in Manila, Singapore, Taipei and Seoul.

Returning to this side of the world, Stars launches its North American tour in Burlington, Vt. March 5. Last destination on the list is a twofer in Vancouver, British Columbia, when the band plays an all-ages afternoon gig as well as an adults only evening show April 6.

March 5 – South Burlington, Vt., Higher Ground – Ballroom
March 6 – Philadelphia, Pa., Trocadero Theatre
March 7 – Baltimore, Md., Rams Head Live!
March 8 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Music Hall Of Williamsburg
March 9 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Music Hall Of Williamsburg
March 15 – Montreal, Quebec, Corona Theatre
March 16 – Montreal, Quebec, Corona Theatre
March 18 – Kingston, Ontario, Sydenham Street United Church
March 19 – London, Ontario, London Music Hall
March 20 – Toronto, Ontario, Danforth Music Hall
March 21 – Toronto, Ontario, Danforth Music Hall
March 22 – Detroit, Mich., The Majestic Theatre
March 23 – Chicago, Ill., Metro / Smart Bar
March 25 – Milwaukee, Wis., Turner Hall Ballroom
March 26 – Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue
March 27 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Garrick Centre
March 28 – Regina, Saskatchewan, Orr Centre
March 29 – Saskatoon, Saskatoon, The Odeon
March 30 – Calgary, Alberta, MacEwan Conference And Event Centre
March 31 – Edmonton, Alberta, Winspear Centre
April 2 – Nelson, British Columbia, Royal Bar & Grill
April 3 – Kelowna, British Columbia, Kelowna Community Theatre
April 5 – Victoria, British Columbia, Alix Goolden Performance Hall
April 6 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Commodore Ballroom

Eight And A Half, which includes members of Broken Social Scene and The Stills, recently remixed “Backlines” from True North. Here’s a taste via SoundCloud.

Some shows may already be on sale. Head over to YouAreStars.com for more info.

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