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Published: 2012/03/20

Norah Jones Announces Summer Dates, Releases New Single

Norah Jones has revealed the details of her North American summer tour. Kicking off June 20 in Indianapolis, the tour will hit a mixture of festivals, amphitheatres and theatres including the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on June 24, a hometown show at Central Park SummerStage in New York City on July 3, and a return to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on August 10. See the full list of dates after the jump.

In addition, Jones has released the second single, off her forthcoming Danger Mouse-produced album, Little Broken Hearts, which comes out May 1. The singer performed the album in its entirety on Saturday night at La Zona Rosa in Austin, TX as part of this year’s SXSW Music Conference. Stream the new single “Travelin’ On” below.

Norah Jones 2012 Tour Dates

05/25 Paris, FR—Olympia Theater
05/26 Frankfurt, DE—Alte Opera
06/01 London, UK—Royal Festival Hall
06/02 London, UK—Royal Festival Hall
06/20 Indianapolis, IN—Murat Theater
06/22 Memphis, TN—Mud Island Amphitheater
06/23 Atlanta, GA—Fox Theater
06/24 Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
06/27 Vienna, VA—Wolf Trap
06/28 Philadelphia, PA—Man Center
06/29 Rochester, NY— Kodak Hall
07/01 Boston, MA—Bank of America Pavilion
07/02 Wallingford, CT—Oakdale Theatre
07/03 New York, NY—Central Park SummerStage
07/06 Toronto, ON—Massey Hall
07/07 Montreal, QC—Montreal Jazz Festival
07/14 Lucca, IT—Lucca Festival
07/16 Luxembourg, LU—Neumunster Abbey
07/17 Hamburg, DE—Stadtpark
07/19 Rattvik, SE—Dalhall
07/20 Molde, NO—Moldejazz Festival
07/22 Pori, FL— Pori Jazz Fest
08/07 Santa Barbara, CA—Santa Barbara Bowl
08/08 San Diego, CA—Copley Symphony Hall
08/10 Los Angeles, CA—Hollywood Bowl
08/12 Lake Tahoe, NV—Harvey’s Outdoor Arena
08/15 Bend, OR—Les Schwab Amphitheater
08/17 Portland, OR—Edgefield Winery
08/18 Seattle, WA—Marymoor Amphitheater
08/21 Salt Lake City, UT—Red Butte Garden
08/23 Denver, CO—Red Rocks


There are 6 comments associated with this post

bennyboy420 March 20, 2012, 17:16:17

Norah is all right for me. Interesting.. no SF dates? Can we count on her being on the bill at hardly Strictly then?

geo preston March 20, 2012, 17:54:14

yea but she sure is good to look at

J March 20, 2012, 19:43:43

She was at the first Bonnaroo – you know, back when they had jambands – their roots. These comments are getting old. I’m pretty sure this site covers what they consider to be good music that is performed in a live setting, giving way to a particular enviornment.

Another Level March 20, 2012, 23:22:05

Are Radiohead and RHCP jambands? Alabama shakes? Childish Gambino? Norah Jones is not some over rated pop star like Bieber. She makes quality music with real instruments. It’s not always what I want to hear, but it is good enough quality to be at the roo. What I hate the most about the so called “scene” is close mindedness and people treating music like it is a sport. Also, her father was Ravi Shankar. Look him up.

Olix August 11, 2012, 19:34:26

I just found out that she herself sufefred a tragedy in 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.  She broke her pelvis and her fiancee had drown to death so Hats off to Petra and her comeback.

DrasticJasper March 20, 2012, 16:27:52

Uhhh Norah Jones is about as far from a jamband as it is possible to get…her music is
trite, indulgent and just plain not that good.
Who are you going to cover next, Justin Bieber?

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