August 13, 2010 22:59

Arcade Fire announce North American tour dates

Group will hit the road in support of 'The Suburbs' in September

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Arcade Fire have announced details of an upcoming tour of North America.

Playing in support of their US Number One album 'The Suburbs', the group will start the tour in St. Paul, Minneapolis on September 22.

The Canadians will play the Reading And Leeds Festivals later this month, and will embark on a tour of the UK in December.

Arcade Fire will play the following:

St. Paul, MN Roy Wilkins Arena (September 22)
Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre (23)
Saskatoon, SK Credit Untion Centre (25)
Calgary, AB Stampede Corral (26)
Vancouver, BC Pacific Coliseum (28)
Seattle, WA Key Arena (29)
Portland, OR Memorial Coliseum (30)
Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre (October 2)
Big Sur, CA Henry Miller Library (5)
Los Angeles, CA Shrine Auditorium (7)
Los Angeles, CA Shrine Auditorium (8)
Mexico City, MX Palacio de los Deportes (10)
Monterrey, MX Banamex Theater (12)

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