The Cribs announce first North American tour with Johnny Marr

Band set for January gig run

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The Cribs have announced details of their first full North American tour with Johnny Marr in the band, set to take place next January.

The band will take their 'Ignore The Ignorant' album Stateside by playing 14 dates on a gig run kicking off at the Chicago Lincoln Hall on January 13.

Adam Green will play support slots on the first part of the tour, up until and including the Austin show on January 23. Ex-Be Your Own Pet singer Jemima Pearl will support for the rest of the jaunt.

The Cribs will play:

Chicago Lincoln Hall (January 13)
Ferndale Magic Box (14)
Toronto Phoenix Theatre (15)
New York Irving Plaza (16)
Boston Paradise Rock Club (17)
Washington 9.30 Club (19)
Atlanta The Earl (20)
Dallas Granada Theatre (22)
Austin Parish (23)
Pomona Glass House (26)
San Francisco Bimbo 365 (27)
Portland Wonder Ballroom (29)
Seattle Showbox Theatre (30)
Vancouver Venue (31)


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