The Breeders plot US tour

Kim Deal and co will hit the road this summer

The Breeders plot US tour
The Breeders have announced the dates of an extensive North American tour this summer.

Kim Deal and company will hit the road on August 5, playing dates in cities including St. Louis, Chicago and Washington DC. They'll conclude the jaunt in Columbus, Ohio on August 23. The tour will also include two nights at New York's Bowery Ballroom on August 18 and 19.

The band are supporting their recent EP, 'Fate To Fatal'.

The tour dates are:

Newport, KY Southgate House (August 5)
Indianaplis, IN Vogue (6)
Lawrence, KS Bottleneck (8)
Omaha, NE Showdown (9)
Minneapolis, MN Fine Line Music Café (11)
Madison, WI Majestic Theatre (12)
Chicago, IL Metro (13)
Pontiac, MI Crofoot Ballroom (14)
Toronto, ONT Lee's Palace (15)
Boston, MA Paradise Ballroom (17)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (18, 19)
Washington, DC Black Cat (21)
Pittsburgh, PA Diesel Club Lounge (22)
Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall (23)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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