August 21, 2007 19:43

Fujiya & Miyagi plot North American tour

Brighton trio return to the States this autumn

Fujiya & Miyagi plot North American tour
Fujiya & Miyagi have announced the details of a North American tour this autumn.

Following a US jaunt earlier this year with Peter, Bjorn and John, the Brighton trio will return for several dates in the States next month.

They'll kick things off in Baltimore, Maryland on September 25, and are set to play dates in major cities including [B]Philadelphia, New York, Seattle and Los Angeles before concluding in Austin, Texas on October 16.

The tour dates are:

Baltimore, MD Ottobar(September 25)
Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s(26)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom(27)
Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg(28)
Boston, MA Middle East Downstairs(29)
Montreal, QC Lambi(October 2)
Toronto, ON Lee’s Palace (3)
Pontiac, MI Eagle Theatre (4)
Chicago, IL Empty Bottle (5)
Minneapolis, MN 7 Street Entry (6)
Vancouver, BC Richard On Richards (9)
Seattle, WA Neumos (10)
Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge (11)
San Francisco, CA Mezzanine (12)
Los Angeles, CA Echoplex (13)
Austin, TX Club Deville (16)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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