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Foster the People announce fall 2014 North American tour dates

On June 23 the American band Foster the People announced in an issued press release headlining tour dates for the fall of 2014. The North American tour begins Aug. 28 in Anchorage, Ark., and ends Nov. 15 in Santa Barbara, Calif. You can view a complete list of tour dates below.

Foster the People perform live
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Mark Foster of Foster The People performs during the 2014 Governors Ball Music Festival
Photo by Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images

During Foster the People's fall of 2014 headlining tour the band will perform 30 concerts around the U.S. and Canada over a month and a half long time span. The Velvet Teen, Fitz & The Tantrums, and Sylvan Esso will provide support on select dates. Prior to their fall tour the band will perform at such music festivals as Lollapalooza in Chicago, Reading Festival, Leeds Festival, X-Fest in Canada, and Osheaga Festival.

Foster the People will be touring around the U.S. and Canada this fall in support of their second studio album, "Supermodel". The album was released on March 18 via Columbia Records and it reached No. 3 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. It was the follow-up to their highly successful 2011 debut album, "Torches" which was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

On June 23 the band also unveiled a new animated video for their song “Pseudologia Fantastica". The video was conceptualized and directed by lead vocalist Mark Foster with additional direction and animation by Hannes/Johannes. You can watch the “Pseudologia Fantastica" video here.

Pre-sale tickets go on sale beginning June 25 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning June 27 at 10 a.m. local time. For more information about Foster the People's fall of 2014 U.S. and Canadian tour visit the band's official website.

Foster the People - Fall 2014 North American Tour Dates:

August 28: Anchorage, AK—Moose's Tooth Pub
August 30: Edmonton, Canada—Sonic Boom Festival @ Northlands Park
August 31: Calgary, Canada—X-Fest @ Fort Calgary
September 1: Seattle, WA—Bumbershoot Festival
September 5: University Park, PA—Penn State University - Bryce Jordan Center ∆
September 6: Charlotte, NC—106.5 Weenie Roast @ PNC Music Pavilion
September 7: Raleigh, NC—95X Big Shindig @ Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
September 8: Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE-Outdoors ∆
September 10: Ottawa, ON—Ottawa Folk Fest @ Hog’s Back Park
September 11: Buffalo, NY—Canalside ∆
September 12: Columbus, OH—The LC Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheatre ∆
September 13: Milwaukee, WI—Eagles Ballroom ∆
September 27: San Diego, CA—RIMAC Arena
September 28: Tempe, AZ—Summer Ends Festival @ Tempe Beach Park
September 30: Las Cruces, NM—Pan American Center-New Mexico State University ††
October 2: Oklahoma City, OK—Downtown Airpark
October 3-5: Austin, TX—Austin City Limits Festival
October 8: Columbia, MO—The Blue Note-Outdoors
October 10-12: Austin, TX—Austin City Limits Festival
October 11-12: Mexico City, Mexico—Corona Capital Festival
October 16: Miami Beach, FL—The Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason Theater
October 18: Orlando, FL—Hard Rock Live
October 20: Louisville, KY—Louisville Palace
October 24: New York, NY—United Palace Theater
October 25: New York, NY—United Palace Theater
October 31-November 1: Monterrey, Mexico—Pal Norte Rock Festival
November 8: Oakland, CA—Fox Theater &
November 10: Sacramento, CA—Memorial Auditorium &
November 14: Los Angeles, CA—Shrine Auditorium &
November 15: Santa Barbara, CA—Santa Barbara Bowl &

* with Prides
† with Gang of Youths
‡ with NONONO
§ with Lykke Li & NONONO
∆ with The Velvet Teen
†† with Fitz & The Tantrums
& with Sylvan Esso