Pixies 'Doolittle' tour bound for the US

Dates kick off on November 4 in Los Angeles

Pixies 'Doolittle' tour bound for the US
Pixies have announced they will bring their 'Doolittle' tour to the US, beginning in Los Angeles on November 4.

The band previously announced a 12-date run in the UK and Europe, in which they will play the album in its entirety. The tour will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the record.

The dates are:

Los Angeles, CA The Palladium (November 4)
Oakland, CA Fox Theater (8, 9)
Seattle, WA Paramount Theatre (12, 13)
Eugene, OR Hult Center (14)
Denver, CO The Fillmore (16)
Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom (20, 21)
New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom (23 – 25)
Boston, MA Wang Center (27)
Washington, D.C. Constitution Hall (30)


--By our New York staff.
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