May 28, 2008 4:27

CSS add North American dates to summer jaunt

They'll play club gigs in between festivals

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CSS have added a handful of North American dates to their busy touring schedule this summer.

In addition to performing at several festivals including Lollapalooza, Osheaga and All Points West, the band are set to play club shows in Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Atlantic City, New Jersey in July and August.

Before heading to the States, the band will hit several major UK and European festivals, as previously reported.

The US tour dates are:

Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (July 30)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (31)
Chicago, IL Lollapalooza (August 1)
Montreal Osheago Music Festival (4)
Toronto, ON Koolhaus (5)
Jersey City, NJ All Points West (8)
Worcester, MA Palladium (9)
Atlantic City, NJ House Of Blues (10)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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