March 7, 2008 3:18

The Bravery gear up for North American tour

The spring jaunt kicks off next week

The Bravery gear up for North American tour
The Bravery have announced a tour of the US and Canada which will support the release of the expanded version of their ’The Sun And The Moon’ album, released last year.

The Brendan O’Brien-produced LP was released in May 2007, with the band touring non-stop since, and the expanded version features a second disc of the same tracks, but self-produced.

The dates are:

San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (March 13)
Stateline, NV Harrah's Lake Tahoe (14)
Tucson, AZ The Rock (20)
Albuquerque, NM Launch Pad (21)
Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom (22)
Memphis, TN Newbys (24)
Birmingham, AL The Nick (25)
New Orleans, LA House of Blues (26)
Miami, FL Ultra Festival (28)
Greensboro, NC Hamburger Square (29)
Charlotte, NC Tremont Music Hall (30)
Ventura, CA Ventura Theater (April 5)
Irvine, CA Bamboozle Left (6)
Orem, UT McKay Events Center (8)
Fort Collins, CO Aggie Theater (9)
Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep (10)
Kansas City, MO Harrah's (11)
Louisville, KY Headliner's Music Hall (13)
Lancaster, PA Chameleon Pub (14)
Toledo, OH Headliners (18)
Chicago, IL Metro (19)
Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection (22)
Flint, MI Machine Shop (24)
Detroit, MI Majestic Theatre (25)
Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock (26)
Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom (30)

--By our New York staff.
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