Broken Social Scene announce US tour

They'll hit the road next month

Broken Social Scene announce US tour
Broken Social Scene have announced they'll play a handful of shows in the US this summer before heading to Brazil for a string of dates.

The Canadian rockers will be performing as a seven-piece. They'll kick things off at Chicago's Lollapalooza on August 1 before playing a small club date in the city the following day.

They'll also play dates in Salt Lake City and San Diego before hitting California festivals including Sunset Junction in Los Angeles and Outside Lands in San Francisco.

The band will then head to Brazil for a handful of shows in late August.

The tour dates are:

Chicago, IL Lollapalooza (August 1)
Chicago, IL The Metro (2)
Salt Lake City, UT Twilight Concert Series (21)
San Diego, CA House of Blues (22)
Los Angeles, CA Sunset Junction (23)
San Francisco, CA Outside Lands (24)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Canecao (27)
Sao Paulo, Brazil Citibank Hall (28)
Buenos Aires, Argentina La Trastienda Club (31)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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