June 12, 2009 20:21

The Dead Weather announce surprise gig tonight (June 12) in Detroit

And there's two shows within the next week in LA and Toronto

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The Dead Weather have announced they will play a show tonight (June 12) in Detroit, MI.

The band will be performing at the Magic Stick, and tickets go on sale at the venue box office at 8pm, costing $20 cash at the door only. There will be a one-ticket limit per person.

Meanwhile, they have announced two more shows within the next week, taking place at The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto tomorrow (June 13) and at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, CA next Wednesday (June 17).

Tickets for the Toronto gig will go on sale at the venue box office on Saturday at 8:30 pm and will cost $25 cash at the door only. This show also has a one-ticket limit per person, while tickets for the Los Angeles show are $25 and will go on sale at noon PST tomorrow, (June 13) via Ticketmaster and the venue box office.

There is a two-ticket limit per credit card, and the credit card used to purchase the tickets must be brought to the show, as well as a valid ID that matches the card in order to pick up your tickets on the night.

--By our New York staff.
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