Of Montreal expand North American tour schedule Of Montreal Tickets

Georgia band add a series of dates in support of their new album 'False Priest'

Of Montreal expand North American tour schedule
Of Montreal have expanded their upcoming tour of North America.

The Georgia band have added a series of additional dates this year, plus announced details of shows in January and a one-off gig in April, 2011.

Kicking off the jaunt in St. Louis, Missouri on October 21, the band are playing in support of their tenth studio album, 'False Priest', which was released last month.

As previously reported, Of Montreal will release a new EP entitled 'The Controller sphere' in Spring 2011.

Of Montreal will play:

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)
Mexico City Salon Los Angeles (12)
Guadalajara, Mexico Lydo's Show Center (13)
Sao Paulo Planeta Terra Festival (20)
Mobile, AL Soul Kitchen (January 11)
Tallahassee, FL The Moon (12)
Orlando, FL Firestone (13)
Fort Lauderdale, FL Revolution (14)
Tampa, FL The Ritz (15)
Halifax, NS Halifax Multi Purpose Centre (April 2)

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