Pixies to tour 'lost cities'

'Doolittle' tour to take in lesser-known venues

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Pixies are set to play a series of gigs across America, which the band have dubbed their 'lost cities' tour.

The band have announced a string of dates at lesser-known venues that sees their tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of 'Doolittle' entering its fourth leg. It's now 22 years since the album came out.

Speaking about the tour hitting its second year, drummer David Lovering said, "Two years and counting in this celebration of 'Doolittle''s 20th anniversary. But people keep asking us to bring 'Doolittle' to their city, and we're really happy to do it."

The dates are as follows:

Oct 27: Montclair, NJ (Wellmont Theater)
Oct 28: Asbury Park, NJ (Asbury Park Convention Hall)
Oct 29: Waterbury, CT (Palace Theater)
Oct 30: Hampton Beach, NH (Hampton Beach Ballroom)
Nov 1: Portland, MN (State Theater)
Nov 2: Rochester, NY (The Armory)
Nov 5: Huntington, NY (Paramount Theater)
Nov 6: Wilmington, DE (Grand Oprea House)
Nov 8: Greensboro, NC (War Memorial Auditorium)
Nov 9: Louisville, KY (Louisville Palace Theater)
Nov 10: Knoxville, TN (Tennessee Theater)
Nov 11: North Charleston, SC (North Charleston Performing Arts Center)
Nov 14: Memphis, TN (Orpheum Theater)
Nov 15: Oklahoma, OK (Bricktown Events Center)
Nov 16: Santa Fe, NM (Santa Fe Center)
Nov 18: Bakersfield, CA (Fox Theater)
Nov 20: Napa, CA (The Uptown Theater)
Nov 21: Santa Cruz, CA (Civic Auditorium)

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on July 15 with the opening bands for the tour announced as Surfer Blood and Imaginary Cities.

For more Pixies news head over to their official website.

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