July 20, 2010 1:08

Of Montreal announce North American tour details

Group begin the gig-run on September 13

Of Montreal announce North American tour details
Of Montreal have announced plans of a forthcoming tour of North America.

Kicking off with a number of one-off shows and festival appearances in July and August, the gig-run will begin with two dates in Washington, DC on September 13 and 14.

Following the September shows, the group will then head to Europe to perform a four-date tour of the UK and Ireland in October, before picking up the North American gig-trek in St. Louis, Missouri on October 21.

The Georgia band are playing in support of their tenth studio album, 'False Priest', which is due out on September 14.

Of Montreal will play:

Jackson, MI Land Of NOD (July 25)
Montreal, QC Osheaga Festival (30)
S. Burlington, VT Higher Ground (31)
Asheville, NC The Orange Peel (August 2)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (September 13, 14)
Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory (15)
Boston, MA House Of Blues (16)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (17, 18)
Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom (19)
Covington, KY Madison Theater (21)
Urbana, IL Pygmalion Festival (22)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (23)
Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater (24)
Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom (26)
St. Louis, MO The Pageant (October 21)
Omaha, NE Sokol Underground (22)
Lawrence, KS Liberty Hall (23)
Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (24)
Salt Lake City, UT The Complex (25)
Seattle, WA Paramount Theater (27)
Portland, OR Roseland Theater (28)
San Francisco, CA The Warfield (29)
Los Angeles, CA Palladium (30)
Tucson, AZ Rialto Theater (31)
Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater (November 1)
Dallas, TX Granada Theater (2)
Austin, TX East Side Drive Inn (3)
Houston, TX Numbers (4)
Oxford, MS The Lyric (5)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (6, 7)

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