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Icona Pop Launch The Iconic Tour

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Following the success of their platinum single “I Love It,” Icona Pop will take their music on the road this summer for their first U.S. headlining tour.

The Swedish duo’s hit, written by Charli XCX, currently sits at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. The catchy track has been featured on Dancing with the Stars and Glee earlier this month and Icona Pop will perform it live at this year’s Billboard Music Awards. That’s not all though. New music is on the way and the band promises that their EP, due out later this year, will be personal but will continue with their familiar dance beats.

“It’s going to be kind of spread, because we’ve been through this journey,” Caroline Hjelt said. “Now we’ve been writing and traveling the world and inspirations from all over the place. We love galloping drums, synthesizers and bittersweet melodies [but] for us, it’s very important. We have a lot to say, and we want to share.”

In addition to topping the charts, the band join a slew of fellow Swedes Ace of Base, Swedish House Mafia and Avicii, all whose singles have gone platinum.

The duo will perform at this year’s Lollapalooza and Governor’s Ball. The Iconic Tour is presented by TIGI Bed Head, who will provide pop-up dry-styling stations to allow fans to glam up before the show. Complete North American tour dates below for The Iconic Tour.

June

2 – Ozark, AZ, Wakarusa Festival

8 – New York, NY, Governor’s Ball Music Festival

August

2 – Chicago, IL, Lollapalooza Festival

3 – ON, Canada, Grove Music Festival

4 – Montreal, QC, Osheaga Festival

12 – Asheville, NC, Orange Peel

13 – Nashville, TN, Exit / In

14 – Atlanta, GA, Masquerade

16 – Orlando, FL, House of Blues

17 – Miami, FL, Grand Central

18 – Tampa, FL, The Ritz

20 – New Orleans, LA, House of Blues

21 – Houston, TX, Fitzgerald’s

23 – Austin, TX, Emo’s East

26 – Phoenix, AZ, The Crescent Ballroom

28 – Santa Ana, CA, The Observatory

29 – Los Angeles, CA, The Fonda Theatre

30 – San Francisco, CA, The Fillmore

September

3 – Vancouver, BC, Commodore Ballroom

6 – Salt Lake City, UT, The Complex

7 – Denver, CO, Gothic Theatre

10 – Minneapolis, MN, Varsity Theatre

11 – Milwaukee, WI, Turner Hall Ballroom

15 – Cleveland, OH, House of Blues

22 – Philadelphia, PA, Theatre of the Living Arts

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