Sonic Youth set to play free New York in-store

Noise-rockers will play in Soho tomorrow (June 9)

Sonic Youth set to play free New York in-store
Sonic Youth are set to perform a free show in New York City tomorrow (June 9) to celebrate the release of their new album ‘The Eternal’.

The band will play at the Apple store in Soho on Prince Street at 9pm, with doors opening at 7.30pm.

Passes to the event can be obtained at the store today, and one non-transferable pass per person (with photo ID) will be granted on a first come, first served basis - ID is also required.

The band are scheduled to play the United Palace Theater in New York on July 3, as part of a North American tour which kicks off June 27 in Chicago.

The dates are:

Chicago, IL Vic Theater (June 27, 28)
Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre (29)
Toronto, ONT Massey Hall (30)
Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory (July 2)
New York, NY United Palace Theatre (3)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (6, 7)
Richmond, VA The National (8)
Knoxville, TN Bijou Theater (10)
Nashville, TN War Memorial (11)
Birmingham, AL Sloss Furnaces (12)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (13)
Dallas, TX House of Blues (15)
Tulsa, OK Cain's Ballroom (16)
St. Louis, MO Live on the Levee (FREE) (17)
Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater (18)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (20)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (21)
Boise, ID Knitting Factory (23)
Seattle, WA Capitol Hill Block Party (25)
Portland, OR Roseland Ballroom (28)
Salt Lake City, UT Twilight Music Fest (30)
Denver, CO Ogden Theater (31)
Oakland, CA Fox Theater (August 2)

--By our New York staff.
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