Phoenix announce US tour details

Recent Grammy winners to hit the road in April

Phoenix announce US tour details

Photo: Andy Willsher

Phoenix have announced details of a forthcoming tour of the US.

Playing in support of their Grammy-winning album 'Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix', the group will begin the tour in California on April 17.

Meanwhile, prior to the tour the French band will play two nights at London's Roundhouse in March.

Phoenix will play:

Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst (April 17)
Indio, CA Coachella (18)
Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (20)
Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre (21)
Louisville, KY Louisville Palace (22)
Nashville, TN Vanderbilt (23)
Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle (24)
Washington, DC Constitution Hall (26)
Norfolk, VA The Norva (27)
Austin, TX Stubb's (29)
Houston, TX Verizon Wireless Theatre (30)
Cary, NC Koka Booth Amphitheatre (June 11)
Charlotte, NC The Uptown Amphitheatre (12)
Manchester, TN Bonnaroo Festival (13)

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