Santogold announces first headlining North American tour

'Goldrush Tour' kicks off September 19 in New York

Santogold announces first headlining North American tour
Santogold has announced details of her very first headlining tour of the US and Canada, which is scheduled to kick off September 19 at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York.

The singer, whose real name is Santi White, recently completed a stint opening for Coldplay in North America and the forthcoming outing will continue to support the release of her debut self-titled album which was released in April.

The ‘Goldrush Tour’ dates are:

New York, NY Fillmore at Irving Plaza (September 19)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (20)
Philadelphia, PA TLA (23)
Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre (24)
Cleveland, OH House of Blues (25)
Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall (27)
Chicago, IL House of Blues (28)
Lawrence, KS Liberty Hall (30)
Denver, CO Gothic Theatre (October 1)
Seattle, WA Showbox (4)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (5)
San Francisco, CA Fillmore (7)
San Diego, CA House of Blues (10)
Las Vegas, NV House of Blues (11)
Anaheim, CA House of Blues (13)
Los Angeles, CA Wiltern (14)


--By our New York staff.
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