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Lily Allen announces 2014 fall tour of North America

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Lily Allen will return to North America for the first time in four years this fall as part of an extensive world tour. The British pop star is touring in support of her comeback album "Sheezus," which topped the British albums charts on May 11.

According to an update posted to her official Facebook page on May 12, the 29-year-old singer-songwriter will hit 19 cities across Canada and the U.S. The trek begins Sept. 9 in Miami Beach, Fla. at the Fillmore Miami and wraps up Oct. 10 in Hollywood, Calif. at Hollywood Palladium.

Canadian dates include: Sept. 27 in Montreal, QC at Metropolis, Sept. 28 at Toronto's Sound Academy and Oct. 5 in Vancouver, BC at the Commodore Ballroom. Presales begin Thurs., May 15 and general onsales begin Fri., May 16 except Miami, which begins May 15. See LilyAllenMusic.com for more details.

"Sheesus" is Allen's third studio album and first since her retirement, following the release of 2009's "It's Not Me It's You," which also hit No. 1 in the U.K. The new release debuted last week and shot up to No. 1 on iTunes in the U.K. and five other countries.

Hard at work promoting the new album, the "Smile" hitmaker will be in the U.S. later this week for an exclusive sold-out show on May 15 at New York's Highline Ballroom. She’s also making a number of high profile TV appearances this week, which includes: “The Today Show” (May 14) “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” (May 15) and “Live with Kelly and Michael” (May 26).

Along with the North American fall run, Allen also has a multitude of shows and festivals booked across Europe and the UK this summer, which begins May 23 in Aberdeen, U.K. at Aberdeen Hall. See below for her full North American itinerary or check out LilyAllenMusic.com.

Did you know? Lily Allen will be taping an episode of PBS’ “The Artist’s Den” set to air this summer.

Lily Allen 2014 North American tour dates:
Sept. 9 Miami Beach, Fla. - Fillmore Miami
Sept. 10 Lake Buena Vista, Fla. - House Of Blues
Sept. 13 Houston, Texas - House Of Blues
Sept. 14 Austin, Texas - Stubb’s/Waller Creek Amph.
Sept. 15 Dallas, Texas - House Of Blues
Sept. 17 Atlanta, Ga. - The Tabernacle
Sept. 19 Philadelphia, Pa. - Electric Factory
Sept. 20 Boston, Mass. - House Of Blues
Sept. 23 New York, N.Y. - Terminal 5
Sept. 25 Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club
Sept. 27 Montreal, QC - Metropolis
Sept. 28 Toronto, ON - Sound Academy
Sept. 30 Chicago, Ill. - Riviera Theatre
Oct. 1 Minneapolis, Minn. - Skyway Theatre
Oct. 4 Seattle, Wash. - Paramount Theatre
Oct. 5 Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
Oct. 6 Portland, Ore. - McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Oct. 8 Oakland, Calif. - Fox Theater
Oct. 10 Hollywood, Calif. - Hollywood Palladium

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