Crowded House announce US club tour

They'll play intimate venues across the country

Crowded House announce US club tour
Crowded House have announced that they will play an intimate club tour across the US this spring.

The veteran band, who are supporting their first album in 14 years 'Time On Earth', have decided to return to the States to play short residencies at their favourite smaller venues across the country.

They'll kick off the tour on April 28 in New York and play dates in Washington DC, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco before wrapping up the tour with two nights at Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre May 16 and 17.

The tour dates are:

New York, NY Fillmore at Irving Plaza (April 28-30)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (May 2)
Boston, MA Somerville Theatre (5, 6)
Toronto, ONT Danforth Music Hall (7, 8)
Chicago, IL Vic Theater (10, 11)
San Francisco, CA Fillmore (14, 15)
Los Angeles, CA Orpheum Theatre (16, 17)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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