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Hurry Up, We're Dreaming: Granada Theater Announce Second M83 Show

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"M83 was the fastest sell-out we've ever had," said Granada Theater owner Mike Schoder, just before Girls performed there a few weeks ago. He's referring to the band's highly anticipated May 19 show, which sold out in less than 20 minutes.

Thankfully, the venue added yet another M83 show on the following night, Sunday, May 20. Tickets for the second show will go on sale Friday, March 30 at the Granada's ticket website, and cost $35. M83 fan club members can buy them today.

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