As expected, Paul Simon will embark on a second leg of his tour in support of the album "Surprise" Sept. 26 in Seattle. The outing includes Simon's first New York and Los Angeles shows in five years a

As expected, Paul Simon will embark on a second leg of his tour in support of the album "Surprise" Sept. 26 in Seattle. The outing includes Simon's first New York and Los Angeles shows in five years and will wrap Oct. 24 in Philadelphia.

"Surprise," produced by Brian Eno, debuted in May at No. 14 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 237,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

After the North American run concludes, Simon will play six shows in the United Kingdom and Ireland, beginning Nov. 3 in Glasgow.

Here are Paul Simon's tour dates:

Sept. 29: Seattle (Key Arena)
Sept. 30: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden)
Oct. 3: San Diego (Bayside Concerts)
Oct. 4: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
Oct. 6: Berkeley, Calif. (Greek Theatre)
Oct. 7: Santa Barbara, Calif. (County Bowl)
Oct. 10: Denver (Magness Arena)
Oct. 12: Minneapolis (Northrup Auditorium)
Oct. 16: Chicago (Rosemont Theatre)
Oct. 17: Detroit (Fox Theatre)
Oct. 21: New York (Radio City Music Hall)
Oct. 22: Boston (Agganis Arena)
Oct. 24: Philadelphia (Tower Theatre)
Nov. 3: Glasgow (SECC)
Nov. 4: Manchester, England (Evening News Arena)
Nov. 6: Bournemouth, England (BIC)
Nov. 8: Dublin (the Point)
Nov. 10: London (Wembley Arena)
Nov. 11: Birmingham, England (NEC)

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