Pixies frontman announces US tour

Black Francis will also play dates with Stone Temple Pilots

Pixies frontman announces US tour
Pixies frontman Black Francis has announced a US tour, which will kick off on June 23 in Brookdale, California.

The jaunt will support his September 2007 release 'Bluefinger' and will see him open several dates for Stone Temple Pilots on their forthcoming reunion tour.

As previously reported, police in Dublin halted an impromptu show by Francis back in February, after 1,000 people showed up to see him play in St. Stephen's Green park.

The dates are:

Brookdale, CA The Historic Brookdale Lodge (June 23)
Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl (24) *
Tucson, AZ Anselmo Valencia Amphitheater (25) *
San Antonio, TX AT&T Center (27) *
Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (28)*
Grand Prairie, TX Nokia Theatre Grand Prairie (29)*
Denver, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre (July 2)*
Omaha, NE Slowdown (3)
Milwaukee, IL Summerfest (4)*
Des Moines, IO 80-35 Festival (5)
Aspen, CO Belly Up (7)


*with Stone Temple Pilots

--By our New York staff.
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