January 12, 2007 19:58

OK Go join Snow Patrol on North American tour

The band also perform on American TV drama

OK Go join Snow Patrol on North American tour
Ok Go have announced that they will open for Snow Patrol on an extensive tour of North America.

The Chicago-based quartet will embark on a tour of the US and Canada following headlining dates throughout the UK and Europe in February.

Widely known for their innovative videos such as the one for their single ‘Here It Goes Again’, featuring the band dancing on treadmills, OK Go have also announced that they will perform today (January 11) on the American NBC television show ‘Las Vegas’.

The recent Grammy nominees will soon begin shooting the video for their next single, ‘Do What You Want’, in Los Angeles. Lead singer Damian Kulash will direct the video.

The dates of the tour supporting Snow Patrol are:

Portland Memorial Coliseum (February 26)
Seattle Key Arena (27)
San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (March 1)
Universal City Los Angeles, Gibson Amphitheatre (2)
San Diego Open Air Theatre (March 3)
Magna Saltair (5)
Tulsa Cain's Ballroom (8)
Grand Prairie Nokia Theatre (9)
Austin Stubbs Bar-BQ (10)
Houston TX Verizon Wireless Theater (March 11)
Coral Gables Bank United Center (19)
Orlando Hard Rock Live (20)
Duluth The Arena at Gwinnett Center (21)
Washington DC Bender Arena (23)
Camden Tweeter Center (24)
New York Theatre at Madison Square Garden (26/27)
Boston Agganis Arena (28)
Montreal Metropolis (30)
Toronto Ricoh (31)
Detroit State Theatre (April 1)
Chicago Aragon Ballroom (2)
St. Louis The Pageant (4)
Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom (5)
Minneapolis Northrop Auditorium (6)
Winnipeg Burton Cummings Theatre (7)
Calgary MacEwan Hall (9)
Edmonton Shaw Conference Center (10)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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