Los Campesinos! announce North American tour details

Group will hit the road in October

Los Campesinos! announce North American tour details

Photo: Dan Dennison / NME

Los Campesinos! have announced details of an upcoming tour of North America.

Beginning in Toronto, Ontario on October 8, the 11-date jaunt ends in Austin, Texas on October 23.

Prior to the dates, the group will perform at this weekend's Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Los Campesinos! play:

Toronto, Ontario Wrongbar (October 8)
Laval, Quebec Maison Des Arts De Laval (9)
South Burlington, VT Higher Ground (10)
Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's (12)
New Haven, CT Toad's Place (13)
Brooklyn, NY Music Hall Of Williamsburg (15, 16)
Baltimore, MD Ram's Head Live (17)
Carrboro, NC Cat's Cradle (18)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (20)
Dallas, TX Granada Theatre (22)
Austin, TX La Zona Rosa (23)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (24)
St. Louis, MO Firebird (26)

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