August 2, 2010 20:57

Grinderman announce North American tour details

Nick Cave's other band hit the road in November

Grinderman announce North American tour details
Grinderman have announced details of an upcoming tour of North America.

Nick Cave and co will be playing in support of their forthcoming second album, 'Grinderman 2', which is released in the UK on September 13 and in the US on September 14.

Kicking off in Toronto, Ontario on November 11, the group will end the 15-date trek in San Diego, California on December 1.

Meanwhile, Grinderman will embark on a tour of the UK in September.

Grinderman will play:

Toronto, ON Phoenix (November 11)
Montreal, QU Metropolis (12)
Boston, MA House Of Blues (13)
New York, NY Nokia Theatre (14)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (16)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (18)
Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom (19)
Memphis, TN Minglewood Hall (20)
Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre (22)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (23)
Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (26)
Seattle, WA King Cat Theater (27)
San Francisco, CA Warfield (29)
Los Angeles, CA Music Box (30)
San Diego, CA House Of Blues (December 1)

Cave is on the cover of the September issue of Uncut, on UK newsstands
now. The mag features a rundown of his 30 best songs, as well as an exclusive Grinderman interview.

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