March 29, 2007 20:48

The Bravery announce North American tour

The New York rockers support their forthcoming album

The Bravery announce North American tour
The Bravery have announced the dates of an extensive tour in support of their forthcoming album, 'The Sun And The Moon'.

In addition to playing three April gigs in the UK as previously announced, the New York rockers will play several dates throughout North America.

They'll kick off their American jaunt in Vancouver on May 14 and hit Portland's Wonder Ballroom, New York's Irving Plaza, and several points in between.

They'll wrap up the tour in St. Louis, Missouri on June 20.

The band's second full-length is due out in May in the US and July in the UK.

The first single, 'Time Won't Let Me Go', is now available via US iTunes.

The North American tour dates are:

Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (May 14)
Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom (15)
Seattle, WA El Corazon (16)
Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom (25)
Detroit Magic Stick (26)
Toronto, ON Opera House (28)
New York, NY Irving Plaza (29, 30)
Nashville, TN Exit In (June 3)
Philadelphia, PA TLA (5)
Washington DC 9:30 Club (7)
Reno, NV New Oasis (12)
Salt Lake, UT Club Sound (13)
Omaha, NE The Rock (15)
Minneapolis, MN Varsity (18)
Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club (19)
St Louis, MO Pop's (20)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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