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Broken Bells Announce Fall Tour Dates
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Source: Broken Bels

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 Monday, June 30, 2014

Broken Bells have announced a new leg of North American tour dates, beginning July 31 at Chicago's House of Blues. The collab project between James Mercer and Danger Mouse are currently supporting their latest release, After the Disco.

Hamilton Leithauser of the Walkmen, Phantogram and Austra rotate as opening acts for most of the tour. Tickets are on sale now.

Full list of tour dates:
July 31 Chicago, IL-House of Blues
August 1 Chicago, IL-Lollapalooza
August 3 Minneapolis, MN-State Theatre
August 4 Winnipeg, MB-Burton Cummings Theatre
August 6 Calgary, AB-Jack Singer Concert Hall
August 7 Edmonton, AB-Winspear Centre
August 9 Squamish, BC-Squamish Valley Music Festival
August 10 Seattle, WA-Moore Theatre
August 11 Portland, OR-Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
September 26 New York, NY-Rumsey Playfield ^
September 27 Philadelphia, PA-Electric Factory ^
September 28 Richmond, VA-The National ^
September 29 Nashville, TN-Ryman Auditorium ^
October 1 Athens, GA-Georgia Theatre ^
October 2 Birmingham, AL-Iron City ^
October 3-5 Austin, TX-Austin City Limits
October 5 San Antonio, TX-The Aztec Theater
October 7 Dallas, TX-South Side Ballroom +
October 8 Tulsa, OK-Brady Theater +
October 10-12 Austin, TX-Austin City Limits
October 24-25 Los Angeles, CA-Orpheum Theatre ~
October 24-26 Las Vegas, NV-Life is Beautiful Festival
October 28 San Francisco, CA-The Masonic Auditorium ~
(^) w/ Hamilton Leithauser (+) w/ Phantogram (~) w/ Austra
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