Cold War Kids announce 2011 US tour details

Group will kick-off the jaunt in Minneapolis on March 10

Cold War Kids announce 2011 US tour details
Cold War Kids have announced details of an upcoming tour of the US.

Kicking off in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 10, the group will end the jaunt in Oakland, California on April 9.

The band are playing in support of their forthcoming new album 'Mine Is Yours', which is released on January 24.

The group, who are currently on tour in the US, will also perform a gig at Jack White's Third Man Records on December 12. The show will be recorded and is set to be released on vinyl in the future.

Cold War Kids will play the following:

Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (March 10)
Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall (16)
Detroit, MI Saint Andrews Hall (17)
Boston, MA House of Blues (22)
New York, NY Radio City Music Hall (24)
Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (25)
Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom (28)
Atlanta, GA Masquerade (29)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (31)
Oakland, CA Fox Theater (April 9)


Cold War Kids will embark on a 4-date tour of the UK, which begins in Manchester on February 20.

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