Because We Can Tour

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2013

North America

February 9 – Uncasville, United States (Mohegan Sun Arena) [Free concert – Officially Postponed]
February 10 – Washington, D.C., United States (Verizon Center)
February 13 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Centre)
February 14 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Centre)
February 17 – Toronto, Canada (Air Canada Centre)
February 18 – Toronto, Canada (Air Canada Centre)
February 20 – Ottawa, Canada (Canadian Tire Centre)
February 21 – Pittsburgh, United States (Consol Energy Center)
February 23 – University Park, United States (Bryce Jordan Center)
February 24 – Buffalo, United States (First Niagara Center)
February 27 – Atlanta, United States (Philips Arena)
March 1 – Tampa, United States (Amalie Arena)
March 2 – Sunrise, United States ( BB&T Center)
March 5 – Charlotte, United States (Time Warner Cable Arena)
March 6 – Nashville, United States (Bridgestone Arena)
March 9 – Cleveland, United States (Quicken Loans Arena)
March 10 – Columbus, United States (Nationwide Arena)
March 13 – St. Louis, United States (Scottrade Center)
March 14 – Louisville, United States (KFC Yum! Center)
March 16 – Oklahoma City, United States (Chesapeake Energy Arena)
March 17 – Lubbock, United States (United Spirit Arena)
April 2 – Calgary, Canada (Scotiabank Saddledome)
April 3 – Edmonton, Canada (Rexall Place)
April 5 – Winnipeg, Canada (MTS Centre)
April 7 – Saint Paul, United States (Xcel Energy Center)
April 8 – Omaha, United States (CenturyLink Center Arena)
April 10 – Austin, United States (Frank Erwin Center)
April 11 – Dallas, United States (American Airlines Center)
April 13 – Kansas City, United States (Sprint Center)
April 14 – Des Moines, United States (Wells Fargo Arena)
April 16 – Denver, United States (Pepsi Center)
April 17 – Salt Lake City, United States (Vivint Smart Home Arena)
April 19 – Los Angeles, United States (Staples Center)
April 20 – Las Vegas, United States (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
April 23 – Glendale, United States (Gila River Arena)
April 25 – San Jose, United States (SAP Center at San Jose)

South Africa

May 7 – Cape Town, South Africa (Cape Town Stadium)
May 11 – Johannesburg, South Africa (FNB Stadium)

Europe

May 14 –  Sofia, Bulgaria (Vasil Levski National Stadium)
May 17 – Vienna, Austria (Trabrennbahn Krieau)
May 18 – Munich, Germany (Olympic Stadium)
May 21 – Fornebu, Norway (Telenor Arena)
May 22 – Bergen, Norway (Koengen)
May 24 – Stockholm, Sweden (Stockholm Olympic Stadium)
May 26 – Tampere, Finland (Tampere Stadium)
June 6 – Copenhagen, Denmark (Parken Stadium)
June 8 – Manchester, England (Etihad Stadium)
June 9 – Birmingham, England (Villa Park)
June 12 – Cardiff, Wales (Cardiff City Stadium)
June 13 – Sunderland, England (Stadium of Light)
June 15 – Slane, Ireland (Slane Castle)
June 16 – Newport, England (Seaclose Park)
June 18 – Berlin, Germany (Waldbühne)
June 19 – Gdańsk, Poland (PGE Arena Gdańsk)
June 21 – Stuttgart, Germany (Cannstatter Wasen)
June 22 – Cologne, Germany (RheinEnergieStadion)
June 24 – Prague, Czech Republic (Eden Arena)
June 26 – Lisbon, Portugal (Bela Vista Park)
June 27 – Madrid, Spain (Vicente Calderón Stadium)
June 29 – Milan, Italy (San Siro)
June 30 – Bern, Switzerland (Stade de Suisse)
July 3 – Glasgow, Scotland (Hampden Park)
July 5 – London, England (Hyde Park)

North America

July 12 – Chicago, United States (Soldier Field)
July 14 – Cleveland, United States (FirstEnergy Stadium) [Cancelled]
July 18 – Detroit, United States (Ford Field)
July 20 – Foxborough, United States (Gillette Stadium)
July 22 – Saratoga Springs, United States (Saratoga Performing Arts Center)
July 23 – Darien, United States (Darien Lake Performing Arts Center)
July 25 – East Rutherford, United States (MetLife Stadium)

South America

September 18 – Asunción, Paraguay (Jockey Club del Paraguay) [Cancelled]
September 18 – Córdoba, Argentina (Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes) [Cancelled]
September 20 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Rock In Rio)
September 22 – São Paulo, Brazil (Morumbi Stadium)
September 24 – Santiago, Chile (Estadio Monumental David Arellano)
September 26 – Buenos Aires, Argentina (Estadio José Amalfitani)

North America

September 29 – Mexico City, Mexico (Foro Sol)
October 2 – Vancouver, Canada (Rogers Arena)
October 5 – Tacoma, United States (Tacoma Dome)
October 6 – Spokane, United States (Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena)
October 8 – Fresno, United States (Save Mart Center)
October 9 – Anaheim, United States (Honda Center)
October 11 – Los Angeles, United States (Staples Center)
October 12 – Las Vegas, United States (MGM Grand Garden Arena)
October 15 – San Antonio, United States (AT&T Center)
October 16 – Dallas, United States (American Airlines Center)
October 18 – North Little Rock, United States (Verizon Arena)
October 20 – Lincoln, United States (Pinnacle Bank Arena)
October 22 – Green Bay, United States (Resch Center)
October 23 – Chicago, United States (United Center)
October 25 – Uncasville, United States (Mohegan Sun Arena)
November 1 – Toronto, Canada (Air Canada Centre)
November 2 – Toronto, Canada (Air Canada Centre)
November 5 – Philadelphia, United States (Wells Fargo Center)
November 6 – Raleigh, United States (PNC Arena)
November 8 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Centre)

Asia

December 3 – Osaka, Japan (Osaka Dome)
December 4 – Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Dome)

Australia

December 7 – Melbourne, Australia (Etihad Stadium)
December 8 – Melbourne, Australia (Etihad Stadium)
December 11 – Adelaide, Australia (AAMI Stadium)
December 12 – Perth, Australia (Perth Arena)
December 14 – Sydney, Australia (ANZ Stadium)
December 15 – Sydney, Australia (Entertainment Centre)
December 17 – Brisbane, Australia (Suncorp Stadium)