October 17, 2009 0:13

Mew reveal autumn North American tour dates and support act contest

Danish band are looking for local bands to open for them

Mew reveal autumn North American tour dates and support act contest
Mew have revealed the tour dates for their autumn tour of North America.

Starting in Philadelphia on November 30, the Danish art rockers are looking for local bands to support them at the various dates of their tour.

The group are looking for bands to support them in Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles, with the band asking those wanting to apply to visit MewSite.com/OpenForMew for more details.

Mew, who will also be supporting Pixies on December 1, will play the following dates:

Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (November 30)
Washington, DC Constitution Hall (w/ the Pixies) (December 1)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (2)
New York, NY Webster Hall (4)
Montreal, QC Carbaret Du Musee Juste Pour Rire (5)
Toronto, ON Mod Club (6)
Chicago, IL Metro (7)
Seattle, WA Neumos Crystal Ball Room (10)
Vancouver, BC Venue (11)
Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre (12)
San Francisco, CA Mezzanine (13)
Los Angeles, CA Henry Fonda Theatre (14)

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