Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros extend US tour

New dates kick off August 30 in Brooklyn, NY

Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros extend US tour
Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros have added a string of dates to their current tour of the US, including an August 30 show at the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

The Los Angeles-based act are on the road in support of their debut album ‘Up From Below’, which was released in July. Their debut New York performance at Mercury Lounge over the weekend was sold out.

The updated dates are:

Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg (August 30)
Vienna, VA Jammin' Java (September 1)
Cleveland, OH Case Western Reserve University (2)
Athens, OH Casa Cantina (3)
Milwaukee, WI Club Garibaldi (5)
Ames, IA The Maintenance Shop (6)
Lawrence, KS Jackpot Music Hall (8)
Lyons, CO Wildflower Pavillion @ Planet (11)
Morrison, CO Red Rocks Ampitheatre- Monolith (12)
San Francisco, CA The Independent (15)
Portland, OR Holocene- MUSICFEST NW (17)
Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre (22)
San Francisco, CA Treasure Island Music Festival (18)

--By our New York staff.
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