Tame Impala announce North American tour

Australian band will kick off dates in Washington in November

Tame Impala announce North American tour
Tame Impala have announced details of a forthcoming tour of North America.

Kicking off the tour in Washington DC on November 16, the Australian group will round off their 19 dates in Los Angeles, California on December 14.

Meanwhile, prior to the tour, the band will play the UK in October.

Tame Impala play the following dates:

Washington, DC, Black Cat (November 16)
New York, NY, Bowery Ballroom(18)
Philadelphia, PA, First Unitarian Church (21)
Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club (22)
Montreal, QC, La Sala Rossa (23)
Toronto, ON, The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern (24)
Chicago, IL, Double Door (26)
Minneapolis, MN, 7th Street Entry (27)
Lawrence, KS, Jackpot Music Hall (29)
Austin, TX, Emo's Alternative Lounge (December 1)
Dallas, TX, The Loft (2)
Denver, CO, Bluebird Theater (4)
Salt Lake City, UT, Urban Lounge (6)
Boise, ID, Neurolux (7)
Vancouver, BC, Biltmore Cabaret (9)
Seattle, WA, Neumos (10)
Portland, OR, Doug Fir Lounge (11)
San Francisco, CA, The Independent (13)
Los Angeles, CA, Echoplex (14)

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