August 22, 2008 23:17

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals add own shows after Oasis tour Ryan Adams Tickets

They'll stay on the road for headlining shows

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals add own shows after Oasis tour
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals have beefed up their upcoming tour plans, with the addition of several headlining shows to take place after their opening slot with Oasis.

The band will open for the Gallaghers from August 26 to September 9, with a headlining show slotted in between in Boston, MA.

Following the Oasis outing, the band will stay on the road for a bunch of dates, wrapping up October 7 in Ames, IA.

The jaunt will continue to support Adams’ 2007 album ‘Easy Tiger’.

The dates are:

San Francisco, CA Fillmore (August 23)
Seattle, WA WaMu Theater (w/ Oasis) (26)
Vancouver, British Columbia General Motors Place (w/ Oasis) (27)
Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place (w/ Oasis) (29)
Calgary, Alberta Pengrowth Saddledome (w/ Oasis) (30)
Winnipeg, Manitoba MTS Center (w/ Oasis) (September 1)
Ottawa, Ontario Scotiabank Palace (w/ Oasis) (4)
Montreal, Quebec Bell Centre (w/ Oasis) (5)
Boston, MA Bank of America Pavilion (7)
London, Ontario John LaBatt Center (w/ Oasis) (9)
Schenectady, NY Proctor's Theater (25)
Syracuse, NY Landmark Theater (26)
Rochester, NY Auditorium Theater (27)
Columbus, OH Palace Theater (29)
Cleveland, OH Palace Theater (30)
Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre (October 2)
Cincinnati, OH Taft Theater (3)
St. Louis, MO Fox Theater (4)
Madison, WI Overture Hall (5)
Ames, IA -Stephens Auditorium (7)


--By our New York staff.
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