July 28, 2010 22:04

The Drums announce co-headline North American tour with Surfer Blood

The 22-date trek begins in Rhode Island on September 11

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The Drums have announced details of co-headline tour of North America with Surfer Blood.

Kicking off in Rhode Island on September 11, the gig-trek concludes in Philadelphia on October 22.

Prior to the jaunt, The Drums will appear at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals, while the band are also set for a tour of the UK and Ireland in November and December.

The Drums and Surfer Blood will play the following:

Providence, RI Jerky's Live Music Hall (September 11)
Washington, DC The 9:30 Club (12)
Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 (13)
Atlanta, GA Loft (15)
Orlando, FL Social (17)
Miami, FL Grand Central (18)
Tampa, FL Crowbar (19)
Gainesville, FL Common Ground Coffeehouse (20)
Tallahassee, FL Club Downunder (21)
Phoenix, AZ Clubhouse (27)
Pomona, CA Glass House (28)
Los Angeles, CA The Music Box (29)
San Francisco, CA The Independent (October 1)
Portland, OR Doug Fir (3)
Seattle, WA Neumos (4)
Vancouver, BC Biltmore (5)
Boise, ID Neural (7)
Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (8)
Denver, CO Bluebird (10)
Minneapolis, MN The Varsity Theater (13)
Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall (14)
New York, NY Webster Hall (20)
Philadelphia, PA Making Time (22)


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