Hot Chip expand North American tour

Gig run will start in California next month

Hot Chip expand North American tour
Hot Chip have expanded their upcoming tour of North America.

The tour begins on April 16 in Oakland, California, and the band will now also appear at this year's Coachella festival (17), plus play another night in New York (23) and a show in Philadelphia (25).

Playing in support of their latest album 'One Life Stand', the group will headline a show at this year's Central Park Summer stage on August 4 too.

As previously reported, Hot Chip are taking The xx on the road to open for them on five nights of the tour.

Hot Chip will play:

Oakland, CA Fox Theater (April 16)
Indio, CA Coachella Festival (17)
Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre (19)
Toronto, ON Koolhaus (20)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (22)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (23)
Washington DC, 9:30 Club (24)
Philadelphia, PA Theater Of Living Arts (25)
New York, NY Central Park Summer Stage (August 4)

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