Mogwai announce 2011 North American tour details

Scottish group will hit the road in April next year

Mogwai announce 2011 North American tour details
Mogwai have announced details of an upcoming 2011 tour of North America.

Playing in support of their forthcoming new album, 'Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will', which is released on February 14, 2011, the group will hit the road in April.

Kicking off in Washington on April 19, the 25-date gig-run will finish in Atlanta on May 20.

Prior to jaunt the band will embark on a tour of the UK in January.

Mogwai will play:

Washington, DC 9:30 Club (April 19)
Philadelphia, PA Starlight Ballroom (20)
New York, NY Webster Hall (21, 22)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (23)
Montreal, QU Olympia Theater (25)
Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre (26)
Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls Theatre (27)
Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall (28)
Chicago, IL Metro (29)
Omaha, NE Slowdown (30)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theater (May 2)
Salt Late City, UT In the Venue (3)
Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom (5)
Vancouver, British Columbia Commodore Ballroom (6)
Seattle, WA Showbox At The Market (7)
San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom (9)
Los Angeles, CA Mayan Theater (10)
Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern (11)
Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre (13)
Dallas, TX Granada Theatre (15)
Austin, TX Stubbs Waller Creek (16)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (17)
Birmingham, AL Workplay Theater (19)
Atlanta, GA Center Stage (20)

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