The Big Pink announce North American tour

London duo to hit the road with A Place To Bury Strangers

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The Big Pink have announced plans to tour North America.

Set to begin in March, the band will be touring with New York natives, A Place To Bury Strangers.

Playing in support of their debut album 'A Brief History Of Love', the duo start the 27-date tour in San Francisco on March 10.

The Big Pink will play the following dates:

San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall (March 10)
Seattle, WA Neumos (12)
Vancouver, British Columbia Venue (13)
Portland, OR Doug Fir Lounge (14)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (18)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (19)
Chicago, IL Metro (20)
Newport, KY Southgate House (22)
Cleveland, OH Grog Shop (23)
Toronto, Ontario Mod Club (24)
Montreal, Quebec Cabaret du Musee (26)
Boston, MA Paradise (27)
Hoboken, NJ Maxwell's (28)
New York, NY Webster Hall (30)
Philadelphia, PA TLA (31)
Baltimore, MD Ram's Head Live (April 1)
Chapel Hill, NC Cats Cradle (2)
Atlanta, GA Masquerade (3)
Tallahassee, FL Club Down under (5)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live Studio (7)
Austin, TX Parish (8)
Dallas, TX Granada (9)
Lawrence, KS Bottleneck (10)
Denver, CO Bluebird (11)
Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (12)
Phoenix, AZ Rhythm Room (14)
San Diego, CA Casbah (15)

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