Thursday, January 29, 2009

Ray LaMontagne Tickets to Benefit Children's Cancer Charity

Ray LaMontagne announced his first North American tour dates of 2009 for his latest release, Gossip in the Grain today, and fans will have the opportunity to buy front row seats and support The National Children's Cancer Society charity at the same time. A portion of each ticket package purchased through Tickets for Charity will automatically benefit The National Children's Cancer Society, and purchasers will be able to donate further proceeds to a wide variety of other charities. The National Children's Cancer Society has provided direct financial assistance to the families of more than 23,000 children battling cancer in the United States, and helped thousands more worldwide through the Global Outreach Program and Beyond the Cure.

Listen: You Are the Best Thing_Ray LaMontagne

This leg of the Gossip in the Grain tour will run the east coast, the midwest, and Canada throughout the month of April:

April 2: Montclair, NJ, Wellmont Theatre
April 3: Pittsburgh, PA, Palace Theater
April 4: Philadelphia, PA, Tower Theater
April 6: Albany, NY, The Egg
April 7: Northampton, MA, Calvin Theatre
April 8: New Haven, CT, Schubert Theater
April 11: Portland, ME, Merrill Auditorium
April 12: Burlington, VT, Flynn Center For The Performing Arts
April 14: Montreal, QUE, Metropolis
April 15: Toronto, ONT, Massey Hall
April 17: Cleveland, OH, State Theatre
April 18: Cincinnati, OH, Taft Theatre
April 19: Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan Theatre
April 21: Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theater
April 22: St. Louis, MO, Pageant Theater
April 24: Asheville, NC, Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
April 25: Louisville, KY, Brown Theater
April 27: Birmingham, AL, Alabama Theatre
April 28: Jacksonville, FL, Florida Theatre
April 29: Tampa, FL, Tampa Theatre
April 30: Miami, FL, Fillmore @ Jackie Gleason

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