The Cribs announce US and Mexico tour

Wakefield trio will hit the highways in September

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The Cribs have announced details of a tour of the US and Mexico for September.

The band are billing the tour as the last phase of promoting their 2007 album 'Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever', and will begin recording their fourth album, along with ex-Smiths legend Johnny Marr, following the jaunt.

The Cribs will play:

New York Irving Plaza (September 5)
Detroit Magic Stick (9)
Chicago The Abbey (10)
St. Louis Gargoyle Club (11)
Lawrence Granada Theatre (12)
Denver Monolith Festival (14)
Austin Emo's (17)
Mexico City Salon 21 (18)
Monterrey Escencia (19)


Tickets go on sale on August 1.

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