Laid-back songster Jason Mraz has unveiled his latest tour plans for the United States and Canada. The 20-date itinerary will cross from coast to...

Laid-back songster Jason Mraz has unveiled his latest tour plans for the United States and Canada.

The 20-date itinerary will cross from coast to coast and includes a couple appearances at festivals and other special events. The fall tour launches September 11 along the Waterfront in Bangor, ME, and continues for at least a month, with a final date currently set for October 8 at the Bowl in Santa Barbara, CA.

Along the way, Mraz is scheduled to perform on September 12 at the Life Is Good Festival in Canton, MA; September 21 at Peace Center Concert Hall in Greenville, SC; and September 29 at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion in Columbus, OH.

Three concerts are also penned in for Canadian markets: October 4 at John Labatt Centre in London, ON; October 5 at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, ON; and October 6 at Colisee Pepsi in Quebec City, QC.

Only three of Mraz’s headline performances are currently showing on Ticketmaster.com‘s event listings. Public onsales for those shows begin July 23 in Murray, KY; July 24 in Columbus, OH; and July 30 in Utica, NY. Prices range from a low of $26.50 to a high of $45 among those three dates.

Initial presales for the tour begin July 21 with later presales kicking in July 27, according to Mraz’s official Web site.

During the fall trek, Mraz is also scheduled to open for Dave Matthews Band’s concerts at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. Public ticket sales began July 17 for the September 17-18 stand in the Windy City, with prices ranging from $49.50 to $85.

Mraz’s previous tour ventures across North American include a spring 2009 tour leg, followed closely by a round of summer 2009 concerts and a fall 2009 tour leg.

Jason Mraz – Fall 2010 itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 11Bangor, MEBangor Waterfront
September 12Canton, MALife Is Good Festival
September 13Utica, NYStanley Center for the Arts
September 15Amherst, NYBaird Point
September 16Ypsilanti, MIEMU Convocation Center
September 17 – 18Chicago, ILWrigley Field *
September 20Charleston, WVClay Center for the Arts & Sciences
September 21Greenville, SCPeace Center Concert Hall
September 22Charleston, SCCarolina First Arena
September 24Starkville, MSMississippi State University
September 25Searcy, ARBenson Auditorium
September 26Murray, KYRegional Special Events Center
September 28Newark, DEBob Carpenter Center
September 29Columbus, OHLifestyle Communities Pavilion
September 30Interlochen, MIKresge Auditorium
October 4London, ONThe John Labatt Centre
October 5Ottawa, ONScotiabank Place
October 6Quebec City, QCQuebec Colisee Pepsi
October 8Santa Barbara, CASanta Barbara Bowl

* opening for Dave Matthews Band