Empire Of The Sun expand US tour

Australian duo add extra shows in Los Angeles and New York

Empire Of The Sun expand US tour

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Empire Of The Sun have expanded their upcoming tour of the US.

Set to kick off the jaunt with an appearance at this year's Lollapalooza festival on August 6, the Australian duo have now added a series of extra shows.

After a second night at New York's Terminal 5 on August 9, the pair will play a further two shows at Los Angeles' Henry Fonda Theatre on August 12 and 13.

Meanwhile, despite the extra dates, the previously announced gig at Toronto's Sound Academy has been cancelled due to "scheduling conflicts", with no plans to reschedule it.

Empire Of The Sun will play the following dates:

Chicago, IL Lollapalooza (August 6)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (8, 9)
Los Angeles, CA Henry Fonda Theatre (11, 12, 13)

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