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Ohio band on the road until October

The Black Keys add fall tour dates
The Black Keys have added a string of dates to their summer tour which will see the band stay on the road until October.

The duo are currently gearing up for the tour, which will support the release of the Danger Mouse-produced 'Attack & Release', and will kick off on July 5 at the Rothbury Festival in Michigan.

In addition, the band will play a selection of other festivals over the duration of the tour, including Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and Bumbershoot.

The updated dates are:

Rothbury, MI Rothbury Festival (July 5)
Halifax, Nova Scotia Summer Sonic @ Citadel Hill (20)
Kansas City, MO City Market (30)
Chicago, IL Lollapalooza (August 1)
Toledo, OH Headliners (2)
Toronto, Ontario Phoenix Concert Hall (3)
Montreal, Quebec Osheaga Festival (4)
Brooklyn, NY McCarren Park Pool (7)
Norfolk, VA The NorVa (9)
Baltimore, MD Virgin Festival (10)
Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre (21)
San Francisco, CA Outside Lands Festival (22)
San Diego, CA SoCo Music Experience (23)
Los Angeles, CA Sunset Junction (24)
Anaheim, CA House of Blues (25)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits Festival (26)
St. Paul, MN Minnesota State Fair (30)
Seattle, WA Bumbershoot Festival (31)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall (September 5)
Madison, WI Southern Comfort Music Experience (6)
Knoxville, TN The Valarium (24)
Memphis, TN The New Daisy Theater (25)
Dallas, TX Granada Theatre (26)
Austin, TX Austin City Limits Festival (27)
Houston, TX Meridian (30)
New Orleans, LA House of Blues (October 1)
Atlanta, GA Tabernacle (2)
Asheville, NC The Orange Peel (3)
Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues (4)
Raleigh, NC Disco Rodeo (5)
Louisville, KY Coyotes at City Block (7)
Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium (8)
Columbus, OH LC Amphitheatre (9)
Covington, KY Madison Theatre (10)
Akron, OH EJ Thomas Hall (11)


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