Air announce North American dates

French duo to hit the road in March

Air announce North American dates
Air have announced plans to tour North America.

Beginning in March in Florida, the duo will play across America and into Canada in support of their current album, 'Love 2'.

Prior to the North American tour, the group are set to play shows at Dublin's Olympia Theatre (February 23) and London's Roundhouse (February 26).

Air will play the following dates:

Miami, FL, Fillmore (March 13)
Orlando, FL, Hard Rock Live (14)
Atlanta, GA, Centerstage (15)
Washington, DC, 9.30 Club (17)
Philadelphia, PA, Electric Factory (18)
New York, NY, Terminal 5 (19)
Boston, MA, Berklee Performance Center (20)
Montreal, QU, Metropolis (22)
Toronto, ON, Phoenix Concert Theatre (23)
Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre (24)
Oakland, CA, Fox Theatre (26)
San Diego, CA, 4th & B (27)
Los Angeles, CA, Walt Disney Concert Hall (28)

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