Devendra Banhart announces US tour details

Singer-songwriter will hit the road in October

Devendra Banhart announces US tour details

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Devendra Banhart has announced a tour of the US.

The tour begins with a show in Atlanta, Georgia on October 4, and continues until the singer-songwriter's appearance at this year's Austin City Limits festival on October 10.

Prior to the newly announced gigs, Banhart, who was forced to cancel two US shows earlier this year after breaking his leg while skateboarding, will play a series of previously confirmed US dates.

Devendra Banhart will play:

Columbia, MD Merriweather Post Pavilion (August 14) *
Norfolk, VA The Norva (16)
Richmond, VA The National (17)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (19)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (October 4)
Nashville, TN Exit/In (5)
Houston, TX Warehouse Studio (8)
Dallas, TX Palladium Showroom (9)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits (10)

* With MGMT

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