January 23, 2007 19:59

Elvis Perkins gear up for US tour

The band prepare for headlining slots

Elvis Perkins gear up for US tour
Elvis Perkins In Dearland have confirmed a tour of North America.

The shows kick off on February 27 in Boston.

The tour follows next month’s European jaunts with Cold War Kids and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, and will see the band promote their debut album ’Ash Wednesday’ which is released on February 20.

The dates are:

Boston, MA Great Scott (February 27)
New York, NY Joe's Pub (March 1)
Philadelphia, PA Tin Angel (2)
Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 (6)
Atlanta, GA The Earl (7)
Knoxville, TN Pilot Light (8)
Nashville, TN Grimey's (The Basement) (9)
Birmingham, AL Bottletree (10)
New Orleans, LA The Parish @ House of Blues (11)
Dallas, TX Gypsy Tea Room (14)
Santa Fe, NM O'Shaughnessy (19)
Tucson, AZ Solar Culture (20)
San Diego, CA The Casbah (21)
Los Angeles, CA TBC (23)
Los Angeles, CA Largo (24)
San Francisco, CA Cafe Du Nord (March 25)
Santa Cruz, CA The Attic (March 26)
Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge (29)
Seattle WAThe Tractor Tavern (30)
Vancouver, BC Media Club (31)
Denver, CO Dove (April 3)
Omaha, NA Sokol Underground (4)
Minneapolis, MN 400 Bar (5)
Chicago, IL Schuba's (6)
Toronto, ON Mod Club (9)
Montreal, QC Main Hall (11)
Burlington, VT Higher Ground (12)
Northampton, MA Iron Horse Music Hall (13)
Morgantown, WV Mountain Stage (15)
Brooklyn, NY Union Hall (19)

--By our New York staff.
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