Stevie Wonder Playing Free Pop-Up Shows Along the East Coast Today

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Stevie Wonder performs during an exclusive press conference and performance on the Armory Mall on August 17, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Stevie Wonder has just announced a new leg of his Songs In The Key Of Life Performance tour, and to celebrate, he's doing three pop-up shows around the East Coast today -- all free and open to the public.

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He kicked things off with a short set outside Washington, D.C.'s RFK Stadium this morning (complete with free doughnuts for the first 1,000 people), and will continue his day-long tour with a show in Philadelphia's Dilworth Park at 3 p.m. 

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The R&B icon will also be doing a Q&A and short performance at New York City's Central Park tonight at 7:30 p.m. as a part of the annual SummerStage festival -- the show is free, but will be ticketed. Tickets will be available online starting at 4 p.m. EST, while supplies last.

See all the new tour dates below -- for more information on purchasing tickets, visit Live Nation's website:

September 30     Montreal, QC         Bell Centre
October 3            Washington, DC    Verizon Center
October 7            Philadelphia, PA    Wells Fargo Center
October 9            Toronto, ON          Air Canada Centre
October 11           Hartford, CT         XL Center
October 14           Newark, NJ           Prudential Center
October 16           Chicago, IL           United Center
October 19           Pittsburgh, PA      Consol Energy Center
October 23           Kansas City, MO   Sprint Center
October 25           St. Louis, MO        Scottrade Center
October 31           San Antonio, TX    AT&T Center
November 3         Oklahoma City, OK  Chesapeake Energy Arena
November 5         Little Rock, AR       Verizon Arena
November 7         Indianapolis, IN     Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 10       Knoxville, TN         Thompson-Boling Arena
November 14       Charlotte, NC         Time Warner Cable Arena
November 17       Charlottesville, VA    John Paul Jones Arena
November 19       Buffalo, NY               First Niagara Center
November 21       Detroit, MI                Joe Louis Arena
November 24       New York City        Madison Square Garden