July 14, 2010 0:10

Foals announce North American tour details

Oxford group will kick off the gig-run in Minneapolis on September 23

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Foals have announced details of an upcoming tour of North America.

Kicking off in Minneapolis on September 23, the Oxford group are playing in support of their recently released second album 'Total Life Forever'.

As previously reported, Foals, Delphic and The Horrors have all designed T-shirts for charity campaign Trekstock, while the band will also appear at Belle & Sebastian's ATP festival in December.

Foals will play the following:

Minneapolis, MN, 7th St Entry (September 23)
Chicago, IL, Lincoln Hall (24)
Detroit, MI, Magic Stick (25)
Toronto, ON, Lee's Palace (27)
Montreal, QC, La Sala Rossa (28)
Boston, MA, Paradise (29)
New York City, NY, Bowery Ballroom (October 1)
Brooklyn, NY, Music Hall Of Williamsburg (2)
Washington, DC, Black Cat (3)
Atlanta, GA, Masquerade (5)
Houston, TX, Walters (8)
Austin, TX, Stubbs (9)
Austin, TX, Austin City Limits Festival (10)
Denver, CO, Larimer Lounge (12)
San Diego, CA, The Casbah (14)
Los Angeles, CA, El Rey Theatre (18)
Portland, OR, Doug Fir (21)

Foals will also appear on the NME/ Radio 1 stage at this year's Reading and Leeds festivals, plus will head out on a tour of the UK in October.

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