St. Lucia Sells Out 2014 North American Tour

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The Brooklyn based synth-pop band, St.

Lucia, just recently announced their 2014 North American Tour. The band just completed their cross-country tour in support of Two Door Cinema Club, and is excited to head out on a headlining tour of their own come 2014.

Upon announcing the tour, many dates had sold out tickets to the shows within a matter of minutes.

Because of the rapid and extreme interest in the tour, the band added a few additional tour dates, and some performances have been moved to larger venues.


Lucia's "When The Night" tour kicks off in Philadelphia on January 13th at World Cafe Live, and has a number of stops in huge cities across America, including Washington DC, Brooklyn, New York City, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles - among many others.

The tour lasts about a month and the band will be on the road until mid-February, ending in Santa Ana, an added date to the tour.

St. Lucia is blowing up before our eyes. The band just recently made their television debut with a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they performed their newest single off When The Night titled "Elevate". The album was named one of Teen Vogue's "13 Most Exciting Albums Coming Out This Fall" and was voted alongside other popular artists in the industry including Haim and Lorde.

Esquire described the album as "unapologetically synthed-out, highly danceable electro-pop". St.

Lucia's debut album When The Night is available now for download on iTunes, and be sure to catch St. Lucia perform in a city near you come this January and February on their headlining "When The Night" North American tour.