Robert Plant's Band Of Joy announce 2011 North American tour details

Gig-run will begin in Ashville, North Carolina on January 18

Robert Plant's Band Of Joy announce 2011 North American tour details
Robert Plant's Band Of Joy have announced details of an upcoming 2011 tour of North America.

The former Led Zeppelin man will begin the gig-run, along with his band, in Ashville, North Carolina on January 18.

Playing in support of their self-titled album, which was released earlier this year, the jaunt will finish in Nashville, Tennessee on February 9.

Band Of Joy will play the following:

Asheville, NC Thomas Wolfe Auditorium (January 18)
Pittsburgh, PA Peterson Events Center (19)
Ann Arbor, MI Hill Auditorium (21)
Toronto, ON Sony Centre For The Performing Arts (22)
Boston, MA House of Blues (25)
Upper Darby, PA Tower Theatre (26)
Mashantucket, CT MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino (28)
New York, NY Beacon Theatre (29)
Washington, DC DAR Constitution Hall (February 1)
Raleigh, NC Raleigh Memorial Auditorium (2)
North Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center (4)
Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre (5)
Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium (7)
Nashville, TN War Memorial Auditorium (8, 9)



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