Owl City’s fourth studio album is due out Aug. 21 on Universal Republic. You might have already heard The Midsummer Station’s debut single – “Good Time,” featuring a duet with Carly Rae Jepsen of “Call Me Maybe” fame. Described as “this summer’s fell-good anthem,” “Good Time” isn’t doing half bad, selling 140,000 copies in the first week and being added by more than 100 radio stations.

The North American leg of the world tour begins Sept. 5 in Nashville and runs through an Oct. 7 gig near Detroit in Pontiac, Mich. After that Owl City flies over to Europe for a set of dates Oct. 18 through Nov. 3, followed by shows in Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia.

A fan presale begins July 11 and tickets go on sale to the general public July 13.
Check out the North American leg of The Midsummer Station World Tour below.

Sept. 5 – Nashville, Tenn., Cannery Ballroom    
Sept. 6 – Atlanta, Ga.,    Center Stage    
Sept. 7 – Orlando, Fla., The Beacham    
Sept. 8 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Revolution    
Sept. 10 – Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club    
Sept. 11 – New York, N.Y., Irving Plaza Powered By Klipsch    
Sept. 13 – Boston, Mass., Paradise Rock Club    
Sept. 14 – Philadelphia, Pa., Theatre Of The Living Arts    
Sept. 15 – Toronto, Ontario, Phoenix Concert Theatre    
Sept. 16 – Columbus, Ohio, Newport Music Hall    
Sept. 18 – Houston, Texas, House Of Blues    
Sept. 19 – Dallas, Texas, House Of Blues    
Sept. 20 – Austin, Texas, La Zona Rosa    
Sept. 22 – San Diego, Calif., House Of Blues    
Sept. 26 – San Francisco, Calif., The Regency Ballroom    
Sept. 28 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Commodore Ballroom    
Sept. 29 – Seattle, Wash., The Neptune    
Oct. 1 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The Depot    
Oct. 2 – Denver, Colo., Ogden Theatre    
Oct. 4 – Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue    
Oct. 5 – Kansas City, Mo., Beaumont Club    
Oct. 6 – Chicago, Ill., Vic Theatre    
Oct. 7 – Pontiac, Mich., Crofoot Ballroom    
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