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Feist Tour Announced

Feist announced an extenstive 2012 world tour in support of her recent album Metals, spanning Europe, Australia, Asia, and North America. The tour starts tomorrow in Australia and lasts until August, ending in London. Wowza! Unfortunately, the closest tour stop to us is Indianapolis in April (6 hour drive, if you're wondering). Might I suggest seeing her at Coachella? You can catch other great artists like The Black Keys, The Shins, and Gotye while you're there. Make a vacation out of it.

Feist also just released the video for her new single "The Bad In Each Other." Check it out after the tour dates.

Feist 2012 Tour Dates

Feist Image2/1 Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre
2/4 Melbourne, Australia - Laneway Festival
2/5 Sydney, Australia - Laneway Festival
2/7 Sydney, Australia - Enmore Theatre
2/9 Adelaide, Australia - Thebarton Theatre
2/11 Perth, Australia - Laneway Festival
2/15 Jakarta, Indonesia - Fairgrounds
3/6 Oslo, Norway - Sentrum Scene
3/7 Stockholm, Sweden - Cirkus
3/8 Copenhagen, Denmark - Falkoner Theatre
3/10 Vienna, Austria - Gasometer
3/11 Zurich, Switzerland - Volkshaus
3/12 Munich, Germany - Tonhalle
3/13 Cologne, Germany - E-Werk
3/15 Frankfurt, Germany - Jahrunderthalle
3/18 Lisbon, Portugal - Coliseum
3/19 Porto, Portugal - Coliseum
3/21 Paris, France - Le Zenith ^
3/22 Lyon, France - Transbordeur ^
3/23 Lille, France - Theatre Sebastopol ^
3/25 London, England - Royal Albert Hall ^
3/26 Manchester, England - O2 Apollo ^
3/27 Glasgow, Scotland - Royal Concert Hall ^
4/14 Indio, CA - Coachella Music Festival
4/21 Indio, CA - Coachella Music Festival
4/22 Phoenix, AZ - Orpheum Theater
4/26 Austin, TX - Stubb’s
4/28 New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Jazz Fest
4/30 Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room
5/1 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
5/2 Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
5/3 Raleigh, NC - Memorial Auditorium
5/5 New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall
5/7 Boston, MA - House of Blues
5/8 Philadelphia, PA - Academy of Music
5/9 Bethesda, MD - Strathmore
5/11Burlington, VT - Flynn Theater
8/8 Oslo, Norway - Oya Festival
8/10 Gothenburg, Sweden - Way Out West Festival
8/17 - 8/19 Beacons, England - Green Man Festival






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