October 15, 2008 18:55

Ra Ra Riot announce second leg of US tour

The band have added dates at the end of autumn

Ra Ra Riot announce second leg of US tour
Ra Ra Riot have announced several dates on the second leg of their US tour.

The New York band are currently playing a handful of gigs before heading to the UK for a series of dates.

They'll then head back across the pond for shows in cities including Burlington, Vermont; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania and Athens, Georgia. The second US leg kicks off on December 3 and concludes on December 16.

The band are supporting their recent album 'The Rhumb Line'.

The tour dates are:

Burlington, VT Higher Ground (December 3)
Albany, NY Valentines (4)
Northampton, MA Iron Horse Music Hall (5)
Swarthmore, PA Swarthmore College (6)
Newport, KY Southgate House (9)
Louisville, KY 930 Listening Room (11)
Nashville, TN Exit/In (12)
Athens, GA 40 Watt Club (13)
Asheville, NC Grey Eagle (14)
Baltimore, MD Ottobar (16)


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