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Bryan Ferry has confirmed that he will be taking part in Coachella and has now added that he will be touring North America, which will coincide with his appearance at the three-day music festival.
According to Exclaim, the tour will start in Canada on April 5 and that the rest of the dates will take place in the United States. Including his appearance at Coachella, that will be 10 shows in total. He will playing shows in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. The tour is called the "Can't Let Go Tour."
Ferry released a press release including the tour dates and an announcement that he had been working on new music, which was inspired by The Jazz Age, which was released in 2013.
This will be the first time Ferry has toured since back in 2012, Billboard reported.
The tour is set to cover a wide range of music from Ferry and was describe as "an incredible set list of hits, rarities and covering 40 years of career highlights."
Coachella will feature a variety of musicians including, Ellie Goulding, Outkast and Bastille.
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