Norah Jones has slated a tour that will find the jazzy newcomer on the road in North America throughout the summer. The dates kick off June 6 in Fort Myers, Fla., and run through an Aug. 16 appearance

Norah Jones has slated a tour that will find the jazzy newcomer on the road in North America throughout the summer. The dates kick off June 6 in Fort Myers, Fla., and run through an Aug. 16 appearance at the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival in Lyons, Colo. Along the way, Jones will perform multiple-night stands at New York's Beacon Theatre (June 23-25), Toronto's Massey Hall (July 3-4), and Vancouver's Orpheum Theatre (Aug. 9-10).

Jones, who will kick off a four-night New Zealand tour on Thursday (Feb. 13), is out behind her Blue Note debut, "Come Away With Me." Released a year ago, the album last month reached its peak of No. 1 on The Billboard 200, 46 weeks after debuting on the chart.

Jones is among eight artists tied for a leading five Grammy Awards nominations. She's up for best new artist, album of the year and best pop vocal album for "Come Away With Me," and best female pop vocal performance and record of the year for the single "Don't Know Why." That track also earned a song of the year Grammy nomination for writer Jesse Harris, while "Come Away With Me" is also nominated in the Grammys' best engineered album, non-classical category.

As previously reported, Jones will be among the performers at the Feb. 23 Grammy ceremony in New York. For more information on Jones, as well as some of her fellow nominees, visit Billboard.com's Grammy Preview.

Here are Norah Jones' upcoming tour dates:

Feb. 13-14: Auckland, New Zealand (Civic Theatre)
Feb. 15: Wellington, New Zealand (Michael Fowler Centre)
Feb. 16: Christchurch, New Zealand (Town Hall)
June 6: Fort Myers, Fla. (Barbara B. Mann Hall)
June 7: Boca Raton, Fla. (Mizner Park Amphitheatre)
June 8: Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (House Of Blues)
June 12: Jacksonville, Fla. (Florida Theatre)
June 14: Atlanta (Chastain Park Amphitheatre)
June 16: Charlotte, N.C. (Ovens Auditorium)
June 17: Cary, N.C. (Regency Park)
June 20: Philadelphia (Mann Center)
June 21: Vienna, Va. (Wolf Trap Filene Center)
June 23-25: New York (Beacon Theatre)
June 27: Holmdel, N.J. (PNC Bank Arts Center)
June 28: Boston (FleetBoston Pavilion)
June 30: Schenectady, N.Y. (Proctor's Theatre)
July 3-4: Toronto (Massey Hall)
July 5: Rochester Hills, Mich. (MeadowBrook Music Festival)
July 7: Cleveland (Nautica Pavilion)
July 8: Chicago (Riviera Theatre)
July 9: Interlochen, Mich. (Kresge Auditorium)
July 11: Milwaukee, Wis. (Riverside Theatre)
July 12: Minneapolis (Northrop Auditorium)
July 14: Kansas City, Mo. (Midland Theatre)
July 15: St. Louis, Mo. (Fox Theatre)
July 17: Nashville (Tennessee Performing Arts Center)
July 18: Memphis, Tenn. (Orpheum Theatre)
July 19: New Orleans (Saenger Theatre)
July 20: Houston (Hobby Center)
July 22: Austin, Texas (The Backyard)
July 23: Fort Worth, Texas (Will Rogers Auditorium)
July 26: Sedona, Ariz. (Sedona Cultural Park)
July 27: San Diego (SDSU Open Air Theatre)
July 30: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
Aug. 2: Berkeley, Calif. (Greek Theatre)
Aug. 4: Portland, Ore. (Arlene Schnitzer Hall)
Aug. 5: Redmond, Wash. (Marymoor Park)
Aug. 7: Calgary (Jubilee Auditorium)
Aug. 9-10: Vancouver (Orpheum Theatre)
Aug. 14: Vail, Colo. (Gerald Ford Amphitheatre)
Aug. 15: Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks)
Aug. 16: Lyons, Colo. (Rocky Mountain Folk Festival)

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