NEWS: AWOLNATION Announces New Canadian Tour Dates For April!

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AWOLNATION has announced a string of North American tour dates this April leading up to the band’s performance at one of the premiere music festivals, the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, California. The tour will include a trip into Canada starting April 1st, with stops in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Vancouver. Tickets for the new dates go on sale this Friday, March 2 and can be purchased here.

AWOLNATION’s latest single, Not Your Fault, now the band’s second consecutive top 5 single, is one of the hottest songs at radio in North America and is currently #4 on the Alternative charts in the U.S. and Canada. Check out the surreal, animated video for Not Your Fault here. The band’s debut single Sail is nearing platinum sales in the U.S. and has gone double platinum in Canada, after recently being certified gold and platinum respectively.

Performing hundreds of live shows throughout a breakout year, the band’s debut full-length release Megalithic Symphony (Red Bull Records) was the #1 Billboard Heatseekers album of 2011, topping the chart several times over. Featured on iTunes as one of the Great Albums of 2011, as well as Amazon’s Top 100 Albums of 2011, Megalithic Symphony has sold over 160,000 copies in the U.S. and Canada, and is currently available in stores and online. Led by musical architect and vocalist Aaron Bruno, AWOLNATION features David Amezcua on bass, keyboardist/guitarist Kenny Carkeet, drummer Hayden Scott and Christopher Thorn on guitar.

Don’t miss your chance to catch AWOLNATION in Canada this spring!

Canadian Tour Dates:

April 1             West End Cultural Centre              Winnipeg, MB
April 2             Louis’ Pub                                        Saskatoon, SK
April 3             Edmonton Events Centre              Edmonton, AB
April 5             Commodore Ballroom                   Vancouver, BC

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