Ratatat to tour North America

Brooklyn band announce month-long stretch

Ratatat to tour North America
Brooklyn -based electronic outfit Ratatat have announced a US tour, kicking off March 16 in Buffalo.

The 'Classics' jaunt follows the band’s lengthy UK and European outing, which starts next week in Istanbul.

The band released their album ’Classics’ last August.

The dates are:

Buffalo, NY Showplace Theatre (March 16)
Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom (17)
Gambier, OH Kenyon College (18)
Newport, KY Southgate House (19)
Chicago, IL Logan Square Auditorium (21)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre (23)
Salt Lake City, UT In the Venue (24)
Portland, Oregon Wonder Ballroom (26)
Seattle, WA Neumo's (27)
Vancouver Richard's on Richard's (28)
Eugene, OR Wow Hall (29)
San Francisco, CA Bimbo's (30)
Pomona, CA Glass House (April 1)
Los Angeles, CAHenry Fonda Theatre (2)
Carrboro, NC Cat's Cradle (16)
Washington DC 9:30 Club (17)
New York, NY Webster Hall (18)

--By our New York staff.
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