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Thirty Seconds To Mars Announce Fall North American Tour

July 8th, 2013 10:52pm EDT favorite Add to My News

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Thirty Seconds To Mars announce today their fall North American tour that will kick off this September in Atlanta (September 27). This will be the first US tour in support of the new album "Love Lust Faith + Dreams". The tour will run through October where it will end in Los Angeles with a headlining performance at the historic Hollywood Bowl amphitheater (October 12).

Tickets will go on sale beginning Friday, July 12 at 10 a. m. Presale will begin Wednesday July 10th at 10 a.m. with purchase of "Love Lust Faith + Dreams". Check Thirtysecondstomars.com for links. VIP tickets will be available and include a meet and greet with the band and side of stage access during their performance. Purchase VIP tickets at AdventuresInWonderland.com

Thirty Seconds To Mars have performed at festivals across Europe all summer, including Rock am Ring, Download Festival, and Rock Werchter. During their two-year tour in support of their previous album This Is War, Thirty Seconds To Mars played over 311 shows in nearly 60 countries on six continents to an astounding three million people, breaking the Guinness World Record® for most shows played during album cycle.

"Love Lust Faith + Dreams", the band's fourth studio record, debuted at #6, released in May by Virgin Records. Entertainment Weekly noted of the album: "throbbing modern-rock anthems 'Up in the Air' and 'Bright Lights' offer visceral, hands-up hedonism." "Thirty Seconds To Mars are white-hot right now," said The Huffington Post while People observed: "Jared Leto's band takes off into the U2 stratosphere," featuring "Up in the Air" in its "Hot Singles" column. "Up in the Air" is currently at #4 on Modern Rock radio with over 8 million views of the accompanying short film.

Thirty Seconds To Mars – comprising Jared Leto, Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic – has sold over 5 million albums worldwide and the band's videos have more than 300 million views on YouTube. The group has received numerous awards, including a dozen MTV awards worldwide, a Billboard Music award and honors from NME, Kerrang! and Fuse.

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