The Bravery plot North American tour

They'll hit the road early next year

The Bravery plot North American tour
The Bravery have announced the dates of a North American tour in the New Year.

The New York rockers will hit the road beginning January 16 in Boulder, Colorado. They'll then play dates in cities including Vancouver, Seattle, Las Vegas, and Detroit before wrapping things up in Philadelphia on February 22.

The band are supporting their 2007 album, 'The Sun And The Moon'.

The tour dates are:

Boulder, CO Fox Theatre (January 16)
Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre (17)
Aspen, CO Belly Up (18)
Salt Lake City, UT (19)
Boise, ID Big Easy (22)
Spokane, WA Big Easy (23)
Vancouver, BC Richard's On Richard's (24)
Seattle, WA Neumos (25)
Portland, OR Aladdin Theater (26)
Sacramento, CA Boardwalk (28)
Anaheim, CA House of Blues (29)
Las Vegas, NV House of Blues (31)
Tempe, AZ Clubhouse (February 1)
Tucson, AZ The Rock (2)
Dallas, TX Granada Theatre (6)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (7)
Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre (8)
Atlanta, GA Roxy (9)
Toronto, ON Opera House (12)
Detroit, MI Magic Stick (13)
Cincinnati, OH 20th Century Theatre (14)
Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall (15)
Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom (16)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (19)
Philadelphia, PA Fillmore At TLA (22)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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