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The Black Madonna Announces First Major North American Tour, 'We Still Believe'

She'll play seven dates in November by her favorite DJs "in the very best venues thoughout the United States."

by Alexander Iadarola
Sep 21 2016, 8:09pm

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Chicago DJ Marea Vierge-Noire a.k.a. The Black Madonna announced her first-ever major North American tour today, which will take place across seven dates in November. The trek will see the artist play with "the people she admires most" from the American dance music underground, in what she considers "the very best venues throughout the United States," according to a post on Facebook.

Vierge-Noire will be joined by known co-conspirator Mike Servito on four of the dates, and also play with the likes of NYC's Honey Dijon, Jason Kendig of Honey Soundsystem, fellow Windy City artist DjHeather, and more over the course of the trip. It will kick off November 3 at Boston's Middlesex Lounge and close out on November 19 at Los Angeles' Lot 613.

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