Conor Oberst and Bright Eyes Announce Tour Opener at Fillmore Miami Beach March 2 UPDATE

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Finally, an excuse for all you oversensitive indie types to stop being so emo and leave the bedroom for a few hours ... Conor Oberst and Bright Eyes are coming to Miami!

In approximately 77 and a half days, the band will kickoff its first tour in three years at the Fillmore Miami Beach before zipping around the East Coast, Canada, and the Midwest for another 12 dates in places like Lake Buena Vista, Atlanta, NYC, and Boston.

Already, one of two Radio City Music Hall shows has sold out. So don't snooze on Miami's batch of tickets.

UPDATE: Tickets now on sale. See the cut for show details and the full tour schedule.

Featuring core band members Oberst, Mike Mogis, and Nathaniel Walcott (plus four more unnamed players), this tour will immediately follow Bright Eyes' February 15 release of its seventh album, The People's Key.

March 2, 2011 Fillmore Miami Beach, Miami

March 3, 2011 House of Blues, Lake Buena Vista, FL

March 4, 2011 Tabernacle, Atlanta

March 5, 2011 Thomas Wolf Auditorium, Asheville, NC

March 6, 2011 The National, Richmond, VA

March 8, 2011 Radio City Music Hall, New York City

March 9, 2011 Radio City Music Hall, New York City*

March 10, 2011 House Of Blues, Boston

March 11, 2011 State Theatre, Portland, ME

March 13, 2011 Sound Academy, Toronto

March 14, 2011 Royal Oak, Royal Oak, MI

March 15, 2011 Vic Theatre, Chicago

March 17, 2011 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN

*Sold Out

Bright Eyes. Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost $42 via livenation.com. Call 305-673-7300 or visit fillmoremb.com.

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