Brian Jonestown Massacre announce North American tour

Band will tour 'Who Killed Sgt Pepper?' in May and June

Brian Jonestown Massacre announce North American tour
The Brian Jonestown Massacre have announced a North American tour.

Beginning in May, the group will be playing in support of their new album 'Who Killed Sgt Pepper?', which is released on January 22.

Prior to the tour, Anton Newcombe and co will tour the UK, starting with a show at London's Shepherds Bush Empire on May 14 .

The Brian Jonestown Massacre will play:

Minneapolis, MN Cabooze (May 28)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (29)
Chicago, IL The Metro (30)
Cleveland, OH Grog Shop (31)
Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Hall (June 2)
Montreal, QU La Tulipe (3)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (4)
Manhattan, NY Webster Hall (6)
Philadelphia, PA TLA (8)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (9)
Cincinnati, OH Mad Hatter (10)
Louis, MI Off Broadway St. (11)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre (13)
Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (14)
Boise, ID Knitting Factory (15)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (17)
Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (18)
Seattle, WA Neumo's (19)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (21)
Los Angeles, CA Henry Fonda Theatre (22)

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