School Of Seven Bells announce first US headlining tour

Outing kicks off September 25 in Philadelphia, PA

School Of Seven Bells announce first US headlining tour
School Of Seven Bells have announced their first-ever headlining tour of the US and Canada, kicking off September 25.

The band will support the July 14 re-release of their debut album ‘Alpinisms’ which originally came out in October 2008.

Opening on all headlining dates will be Magic Wands.

Meanwhile, the band are also lined up to play at New York’s South Street Seaport on August 14.

Tickets go on sale for the upcoming tour on July 10.

The dates are:

New York, NY Seaport Music Festival/Pier 17 (August 14)
Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brendas (September 25)
Baltimore, MD Ottobar (26)
Washington, DC Rock and Roll Hotel (27)
Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 (28)
Atlanta, GA Drunken Unicorn (29)
Austin, TX Emo's (October 1)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits (2)
San Diego, CA Casbah (4)
Los Angeles, CA Troubadour (5)
San Francisco, CA Slim's (6)
Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge (8)
Vancouver, BC Biltmore Cabaret (9)
Seattle, WA Neumo's (10)
Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry (13)
Chicago, IL Empty Bottle (14)
Toronto, ON Lee's Palace (15)
Northampton, MA Pearl Street Nightclub (16)
Boston, MA Paradise (17)
New York, NY Webster Hall/CMJ Music Marathon (23)


--By our New York staff.
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