Frightened Rabbit announce North American tour

Scottish group will begin the gig-run in April

Frightened Rabbit announce North American tour
Frightened Rabbit have announced details of a tour of North America.

Playing in support of their forthcoming album, 'The Winter of Mixed Drinks', which is released on March 1 (US March 9), the Selkirk band will start the 24-date gig-run in Arizona on April 19.

Preceding the tour, the group will tour the UK, beginning with a show in York on March 4, plus they will perform at the South By South West and Coachella festivals.

Frightened Rabbit will play:

Austin, TX SXSW Festival (March 17 - 20)
Indio, CA Coachella Festival (April 17)
Tempe, AZ The Clubhouse (19)
Houston, TX Walter's (21)
Dallas, TX Loft at Palladium Ballroom (22)
Little Rock, AR Revolution (23)
Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (24)
Carrboro, NC Cat's Cradle (25)
Washington, DC Black Cat (27)
New York, NY Webster Hall (28)
Boston, MA Paradise (29)
Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church (30)
Montreal, QU Petit Campus (May 3)
Toronto, ON Opera House (4)
Newport, KY Southgate House (6)
St. Louis, MO The Old Rock House (7)
Chicago, IL Metro (8)
Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theatre (9)
Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theater (10)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre (12)
Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (13)
Vancouver, British Columbia Biltmore Cabaret (15)
Seattle, WA Neumo's Crystal Ball Reading Room (16)
Portland, OR Berbati's Pan (17)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (19)
San Diego, CA Casbah (22)

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