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Arcade Hearth declares 2022 world tour, with stops in Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver

Arcade Hearth declares 2022 world tour, with stops in Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver

Following Friday’s launch of their sixth album We, Montreal band Arcade Hearth has introduced a world tour marked for later this yr.

This would be the Grammy-winning group’s first tour since 2018, with tickets set to go on sale Might 13.

It would kick off in Dublin in August and can see them make their means throughout Europe and North America, with a last cease in Toronto in December.

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Different Canadian stops embrace Edmonton and Vancouver.

Canadian singer-songwriter Feist will be part of Arcade Hearth on all U.Ok. and European dates, whereas Beck is scheduled to assist for all North American dates.

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It’s a giant month for the band, who’re additionally set to carry out on Saturday Evening Stay this weekend, and on the Juno Awards on Might 15 in Toronto.

Co-founder Will Butler introduced in March that he left the group late final yr.


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