Cold War Kids announce US tour dates

They'll hit the road this spring

Cold War Kids announce US tour dates
Cold War Kids have announced several US tour dates in support of their sophomore album 'Loyalty To Loyalty'.

After playing a one-off date at New York's Mercury Lounge and performing on Late Night With Conan O'Brien on January 28, the band will embark on a spring tour.

They'll kick things off at Miami's Langerado Festival on March 7 and then play dates in cities including San Diego, Los Angeles, Denver and Portland before wrapping things up in San Francisco on April 28.

Cold War Kids will be joined by Amazing Baby and Crystal Antlers at several shows.

The tour dates are:

New York, NY Mercury Lounge (January 28))
Miami, FL Bicentennial Park – Langerado (March 7)
San Diego, CA 4th & B Concert Theatre^ (26)
Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre^ (27)
Boston, MA Wilbur Theatre* (April 2)
New York, NY Terminal 5* (3)
Rochester, NY Water Street Music Hall* (4)
Denver, CO Gothic Theatre^ (20)
Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom^ (21)
Seattle, WA The Showbox at The Market^ (22)
Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge^ (23)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore^ (28)

*With Amazing Baby
^With Crystal Antlers

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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