Pixies announce US 'Doolittle' tour details

Group will begin the jaunt in Philadelphia on September 7

Pixies announce US 'Doolittle' tour details

Photo: Inma Varandela

Pixies have announced details of an upcoming tour of the US.

Set to perform their 1989 album 'Doolittle' and its B-sides in full on the jaunt, the 11-date tour kicks off in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 7.

Support on the tour will come from Bristol's Fuck Buttons.

Pixies will play the following dates:

Philadelphia, PA Tower Theatre (September 7)
Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium (10)
Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre (13)
Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre (17)
Tulsa, OK Brady Theatre (18)
Dallas, TX Verizon Theatre (19)
Houston, TX Verizon Wireless Theatre (20)
Austin, TX Austin Music Hall (22)
Mesa, AZ Mesa Amphitheatre (24)
Las Vegas, NV The Joint (25)
San Diego, CA RIMAC Arena (26)

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