January 30, 2007 17:53

Clipse announce US tour

The duo to play mammoth tour of the States

Clipse announce US tour
Clipse have announced details of a mammoth US tour, beginning atCambridge on February 27.

The duo will be promoting their new album ’Hell Hath No Fury’ when they hit the road.

They will play:

Cambridge Middle East (February 27)
Baltimore Sonar (28)
Pittsburgh Rex Theatre (March 1)
Chicago Metro (2)
Minneapolis Myth (3)
Ann Arbor Blind Pig (4)
Englewood Gothic Theatre (5)
Boulder Fox Theatre (6)
Jackson Hole Mangy Moose (7)
Colorado Springs The Black Sheep (8)
Tacoma Center (10)
Bleeingham Nightlight Lounge (11)
Seattle Chop Suey (12, 13)
San Francisco Mezzanine (14)
Santa Cruz Catalyst (15)
Los Angeles Key Club (16)
San Diego Belly Up (17)
Anaheim House Of Blues (18)
Albuquerque Sunshine Theater (19)
Austin Emo’s (21)
Miami I/O (23)
Orlando The Club at Firestone (24)
Atlanta The Loft (25)
Asheville Orange Peel (26)
Carrboro Cat’s Cradle (27)
Richmond TBA (28)
Baltimore TBA (29)
New York B.B. King’s (April 26)

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