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Ellie Goulding: Delirium world tour announced

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We’ve still got a few days to go until Ellie Goulding’s new album is out, but she announced plans for the North American leg of the Delirium world tour Monday.

Kicking off April 1 in Vancouver, the tour will run through June, when she’ll end at New York’s Madison Square Garden, and she’ll be supported by British electronic group Years and Years.

The tour will promote Goulding’s third album, Delirium, which features “On My Mind,” “Something In The Way You Move,” “Lost and Found,” and “Army.”

Goulding spoke with EW about making the album this summer, and said she was already conceiving of how to take the songs to the stage. “I’ve probably done a thousand shows since my first album, and I realized that with that one I never thought, ‘I wonder how this will sound live?'” Goulding said. “Now I can’t help but think of the live aspect, and I understand the translation of music from a studio to a performance.”

See a full list of dates below and head to EllieGoulding.com for pre-sale tickets. Regular tickets go on sale Nov. 6, the same day Delirium is available.

April 1: Vancouver, BC, Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

April 2: Seattle, Seattle Center – Key Arena

April 3: Portland, Oregon, Rose Garden – Theater of the Clouds

April 4: Sacramento, California, Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

April 6: San Jose, California, SAP Center at San Jose

April 8: Los Angeles, Staples Center Arena

April 9: Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

April 12: Broomfield, Colorado, 1st Bank Center*

April 13: West Valley City, Utah, Maverik Center*

April 16: Phoenix, Comerica Theatre*

April 18: Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie*

April 19 Cedar Park, Teas, Cedar Park Center*

April 23: San Diego, Viejas Arena*

May 5: Saint Paul, Minnesota, Theater at Xcel Energy Center*

May 6: Rosemont, Illinois, Allstate Arena*

May 7: Cleveland, Wolstein Center – Cleveland State University*

May 9: Ypsilanti, Michigan, EMU Convocation Center*

May 10: Columbus, Ohio, The LC Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheatre*

May 11: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Sands Bethlehem Event Center*

May 13: Pittsburgh, Stage AE*

May 14: Indianapolis, Farmers Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park*

May 16: Saint Louis, Chaifetz Arena*

May 17: Bonner Springs, Kansas, Cricket Wireless Amphitheater*

May 18: Oklahoma City, Zoo Amphitheatre*

May 20: Rogers, Arkansas, Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion*

May 21 Houston, Toyota Center*

June 2: Tampa, Florida, Amalie Arena

June 3: Miami, American Airlines Arena

June 4: Orlando, University of Central Florida – CFE Arena

June 6: Alpharetta, Georgia Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park

June 7: Charleston, South Carolina, Volvo Cars Stadium

June 9: Charlotte, North Carolina, Uptown Amphitheater at The Music Factory

June 10: Raleigh, North Carolina, Red Hat Amphitheatre

June 13: Columbia, Maryland, Merriweather Post Pavilion

June 14: Canandaigua, New York, Constellation Brands Marvin Sands PAC

June 15: Boston, TD Garden

June 18: Montreal, Bell Centre

June 19 Toronto, Air Canada Centre

June 21: New York, Madison Square Garden

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