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Sugarland unveils '10 tour

Thursday, February 4, 2010 – Sugarland announced Thursday they will kick off their 2010 North American tour, The Incredible Machine in late April in Nevada and travel to more than 55 cities nationwide.

"This new tour is a thrill for me," said Jennifer Nettles. "It will reflect our latest writing and surprises to come for the new record, the hits that our fans love, along with the production value that people have come to trust and expect from our live shows."

"Don't come if you expect to sit on your ass the whole show. You won't be able to. It's a whole, new, rhythmic, emotional, visual, fun, incredible, experience machine."

Tour markets are (most dates were not announced):

Primm, NV - April 23

Cooperstown, NY

Lake Tahoe, NV

Canadiagua, NY

Scranton, PA

Saratoga, NY

Huntington, WV

Twin Lakes, WI - July 23

Indio, CA

Eau Claire, WI - July 24

Santa Barbara, CA

Kansas City, MO

Concord, CA

Cheyenne, WY - July 30

Bakersfield, CA

Minot, ND - July 31

Murphy's, CA

Raleigh, NC

Los Angeles, CA

Charlotte, NC

Phoenix, AZ

St. Louis, MO

Albuquerque, NM

Houston, TX

Bossier City, LA

Dallas, TX Detroit, MI

Sioux Falls,

SD Nampa, ID - May 6

Boston

Orange Beach, AL

London, Ontario

Pelham, AL

Toronto, Ontario

Salt Lake City, UT

Oklahoma City, OK

Colorado Springs, CO

Southaven, MS

Burgettstown, PA

Cleveland, OH

State College, PA

Cincinnati, OH

Camden, NJ

Louisville, KY - Aug. 19

Holmdel, NJ

Alpharetta, GA

Gilford, NH

Indianapolis, IN - Aug. 20

Columbia, MD

Des Moines, IA

West Palm Beach, FL

Bristow, VA

Hartford, CT

Virginia Beach, VA

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