Bright Eyes map massive North American tour

Conor and co return to the States this autumn

Bright Eyes map massive North American tour
Bright Eyes have announced the dates of an extensive North American tour this autumn.

Conor Oberst and company will hit several major cities in the US and Canada, as well as Mexico City in support of their latest album 'Cassadaga'.

The jaunt includes one night at the Hollywood Bowl, where they'll be joined by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, as previously reported.

The tour dates are:

Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (September 13)
Boise, ID Big Easy Concert House (14)
Spokane, WA Big Easy Concert House (15)
Olympia, WA Capital Theatre (16)
Fairbanks, AK University of Alaska - Fairbanks (18)
Anchorage, AK University of Alaska – Anchorage (19, 20)
Seattle, WA Quest Field - End Fest 2007 (22)
Eugene, OR McDonald Theatre (23)
Chico, CA Senator Theatre (24)
Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl (29)
Mexico City, MEX Vive Cuervo Salon (October 3)
Chicago, IL Chicago Theatre (19)
Kalamazoo, MI State Theatre (20)
Champaign IL University of Illinois Foellinger Auditorium (21)
Milwaukee, WI Riviera Theatre (22)
Lawrence, KS University of Kansas - Lied Center (23)
Omaha, NE Waiting Room (24)
Sioux Falls, SD Ramkota Exhibit Hall (25)
Billings, MT Shrine Auditorium (27)
Missoula, MT University Theatre (28)
Edmonton, AB Events Center (30)
Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall (31)
Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre (November 2)
Fargo, ND The Venue Playmakers (3)
Iowa City, IA University of Iowa – Main Lounge (4)
Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre (6)
Birmingham, AL Alabama Theatre (7)
Charleston, SC The Plex (8)
Winston Salem, NC Millennium Center (9)
Norfolk, VA The NorVA (10)
Washington, DC DAR Constitution Hall (11)
Wilmington, DE Grand Opera House (12)
Binghamton, NY Magic City Music Hall (14)
Rochester, NY Main Street Armory (15)
Portsmouth, NH The Music Hall (16)
Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel (17)
Worcester, MA Palladium (18)
New York, NY Radio City Music Hall (19)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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