Does It Offend You, Yeah?, A Place To Bury Strangers for NIN tour

Crystal Castles, Deerhunter will also open for Trent Reznor and co.

Does It Offend You, Yeah?, A Place To Bury Strangers for NIN tour
Does It Offend You, Yeah?, A Place To Bury Strangers, Crystal Castles, Deerhunter and White Williams have been announced as the opening acts for the forthcoming Nine Inch Nails tour, kicking off July 26 in Seattle.

The bands will join Trent Reznor and his band as they embark on the tour which runs until September 6.

Crystal Castles will begin the jaunt, taking five shows, while Deerhunter will open from August 5 to 13. A Place To Bury Strangers take the support baton from August 15 to 20, with Does It Offend You, Yeah? opening August 22 to 29. White Williams will open on just one show on August 31 with Deerhunter returning September 2 to 6.
As previously reported, Nine Inch Nails released their latest album 'Ghosts I-IV' as a free download in March

The dates are:

Seattle, WA Key Arena (July 26)
Edmonton, ALB Rexall Place (28)
Calgary, ALB Pengrowth Saddledome (29)
Winnipeg, MAN MTS Centre (31)
Minneapolis, MN Target Center (August 2)
Toronto, ONT Air Canada Centre (5)
Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena (7)
Worcester, MA DCU Center (8)
Knoxville, TN Knoxville Civic Coliseum (12)
Duluth, GA Gwinnett Arena (13)
Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center (15)
Houston, TX Toyota Center (16)
Dallas, TX American Airlines Center (18)
St Louis, MO Scottrade Center (20)
Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena (22)
Auburn Hills, MI Palace of Auburn Hills (23)
East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center (27)
Philadelphia, PA Wachovia Center (29)
Lexington, KY Rupp Arena (31)
Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheater (September 2)
Salt Lake City, UT The E Center of West Valley (3)
Oakland, CA Oracle Arena (5)
Inglewood, CA The Forum (6)


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