October 1, 2010 0:38

Passion Pit expand North American tour plans

Massachusetts group will finish the trip in Hawaii on December 11

Passion Pit expand North American tour plans

Photo: Emilie Bailey/NME

Passion Pit have expanded their upcoming tour of North America.

The Massachusetts group have added nine extra dates in total, which include shows in San Diego, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, before finishing the jaunt in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 11.

On their official website, PassionPitMusic.com, the band admitted that the new dates would be "some of the last shows" they play in support of their 2009 debut 'Manners'.

Prior to the tour the group are supporting Muse on their North American dates.

As previously reported, frontman Michael Angelakos told NME that the band's new album is "gonna be a really fantastic, exciting, beautiful, gorgeous record".

Passion Pit will play:

Durham, NH Field Room (University of New Hampshire) (October 14)
State College, PA Penn State University (15)
Philadelphia, PA Liacouras Center (Temple University) (16)
East Lansing, MI MSU Auditorium (18)
Champaign, IL Assembly Hall (University of Illinois) (20)
DeKalb, IL Northern Illinois University (21)
Nashville, TN Vanderbilt University (22)
Bloomington, IN Assembly Hall (Indiana University) (23)
Chapel Hill, NC University of North Carolina (29)
Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum (University of North Carolina) (30)
Buenos Aires, Argentina Groove (November 18)
Barra Funda, Brazil Planeta Terra Festival (20)
Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre (29)
Seattle, WA Moore Theatre (30)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (December 1)
Santa Cruz, CA Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium (3)
Pomona, CA The Fox Theatre (4)
San Diego, CA Soma (5)
Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Palladium (7)
Las Vegas, NV House of Blues (9)
Honolulu, HI Pipeline Café (11)

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