Local Natives announce North American tour details

Los Angeles group begin the gig-run in April

Local Natives announce North American tour details
Local Natives have announced details of a forthcoming tour of North America.

Beginning with an appearance at Coachella festival on April 18, the Los Angeles group will then embark on a series of shows which finishes with a performance at Bonnaroo festival on June 10.

Currently on tour in the UK, the band are also set to appear at this year's SXSW festival later this month.

Local Natives will play:

Austin, TX SXSW Emo's Main Room (March 18)
Austin, TX SXSW Galaxy Room Backyard (19)
Austin, TX SXSW Galaxy Room (20)
Indio, CA Coachella (April 18)
Tucson, AZ Solar Culture (20)
Dallas, TX The Cavern (22)
Austin, TX Emo's Inside (23)
Houston, TX Mango's (24)
Little Rock, AR Sticky Fingerz Chicken Shack (26)
Haittesburg, MS Thirsty Hippo (27)
St. Augustine, FL Cafe 11 (29)
Nashville, TN The Basement (30)
Atlanta, GA Masquerade (May 1)
Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 (4)
Washington, DC DC 9 (5)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (6)
Philadelphia, PA WXPN Free At Noon (7)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (7)
Allston, MA Great Scott (8)
Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom (11)
Columbus, OH The Basement (12)
Chicago, IL Schubas (14)
Rock Island, IL Rock Island Brewing Company (15)
Minneapolis, MN 400 Bar (17)
Iowa City, IA The Mill (18)
Columbia, MO Mojo's (19)
Denver, CO Larimer Lounge (21)
Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court (22)
Spokane, WI Empyrean (25)
Boise, ID Neural (26)
Portland, OR Mississippi Studios (27)
Vancouver, BC Media Club (28)
Seattle, WA Sasquatch (30)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill (June 3)
Manchester, TN Bonnaroo (10)

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