LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip announce US co-headlining tour details

Acts will begin dates in October

LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip announce US co-headlining tour details

Photo: Pieter M. van Hattem

LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip have announced details of co-headline tour of the US.

The bands, who have both counted guitarist Al Doyle as a member and are old friends, will hit the road together in October.

Kicking off with a show at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on October 15, the groups will also perform together in Salt Lake City and Milwaukee.

As previously reported, LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip will embark on a co-headline tour of the UK in November.

LCD Soundsystem and Hot Chip will play:

Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl (October 15)
Salt Lake City, UT The Complex (19)
Milwaukee, WI The Rave (22)

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