July 30, 2009 17:55

Sonic Youth add dates to US outing

There's seven more shows on tour

Sonic Youth add dates to US outing
Sonic Youth have added seven shows to their upcoming tour of the US, with the new dates launching September 25 in Pomona, CA.

The band are hitting the live circuit to promote their recently-released album ‘The Eternal’ which was produced by Jon Agnello.

The updated tour dates are:

Salt Lake City, UT Twilight Music Fest (July 30)
Denver, CO Ogden Theater (31)
Oakland, CA Fox Theater (August 2)
San Francisco, CA The Independent (3)
Pomona, CA Fox Theatre (September 25)
Santa Barbara, CA Arlington Theatre (26)
San Diego, CA House of Blues (28)
Los Angeles, CA Wiltern Theatre (29)
Phoenix, AZ Marquee Theatre (October 1)
Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre (2)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits (4)

--By our New York staff.
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