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Tickets to see innovative Brooklyn-based Icelandic musician Björk at Carnegie Hall and City Center go on sale this week

Who: Björk
What: Vulnicura tour; tickets on sale January 19 (presale to fan club) and January 23 (general public)
Where: Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, City Center, Randall’s Island Park
When: March 7 & 14, Carnegie Hall; March 25 & 28, April 1 & 4, City Center; June 5-7, Governors Ball (tickets on sale now for Governors Ball)
Why: Icelandic superstar Björk Guðmundsdóttir follows up her mega-successful Biophilia album, app, tour, and film with Vulnicura, a new record due in March featuring the tracks “Stone Milker,” “Lion Song,” “History of Touches,” “Black Lake,” “Family,” “Not Get,” “Atom Dance,” “Mouth Mantra,” and “Quicksand”; her concerts are always something special, and this should be no different — tickets go on sale for the New York shows to Björk fan club members on January 19 at 11:00 and to the general public January 23 at 11:00 and are sure to go very quickly (note: a multimedia retrospective of Björk’s career will open at MoMA on March 8)

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