Kate Nash announces North American tour details

Gig-run begins in Toronto on April 26

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Kate Nash has announced details of her upcoming tour of North America.

Playing in support of her forthcoming second album 'My Best Friend Is You', which is released on April 19, the jaunt will commence with a show in Toronto on April 26.

Prior to the tour, the singer will embark on a tour of the UK, beginning with a show in Dublin on April 7.

Kate Nash will play the following:

Toronto, ON The Mod Theatre (April 26)
Boston, MA Great Scott (April 28)
New York City, NY The Bowery (29)
Brooklyn, NY The Music Hall Of Williamsburg (May 1)
Chicago, IL The Lincoln (3)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (5)
Seattle, WA Neumos (7)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill (8)
Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre (11)

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