Sam Sparro reschedules US shows

And there’s a few more added in September

Sam Sparro reschedules US shows
Sam Sparro has rescheduled his New York and Los Angeles shows, as well as adding several more to the tour which will now happen in September.

Sparro cancelled his shows at Santos Party House in New York on August 5 due to visa issues, as well as two in Los Angeles on August 6 and 9.

Eight new dates have been announced, as reported on Brooklyn Vegan, and the new shows in New York and LA will take place at different venues.

The new dates are:

Los Angeles CA El Rey Theatre (September 8)
San Francisco CA The Independent (9)
Seattle WA Neumos (10)
Toronto ON The Mod Club (12)
Chicago IL Subterranean (13)
Boston MA Paradise (14)
New York, NY Le Poisson Rouge, (16)
Brooklyn NY Music Hall Of Williamsburg (17)

--By our New York staff.
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