DJ Shadow heads out on US live tour

The star plays dates around his Coachella Festival slot

DJ Shadow heads out on US live tour
DJ Shadow has announced a handful of rare live shows either side of his appearance at this year’s Coachella Festival.

Playing in support of last year’s ‘The Outsider’ album, the Californian hip-hopper will perform the following dates.

Portland, OR, Crystal Ballroom (April 23)
Sacramento, CA, Empire (25)
San Francisco, CA, The Fillmore (26)
Indio, CA, Coachella (27)
Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre (29)
Salt Lake City, UT, Depot (May 1)
Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo Festival (June 15)


Supports or any possible guest appearances for Shadow’s solo gigs have yet to be confirmed.

--By our New York staff.
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