The Hold Steady expand North American tour plans

Group will now play extra shows in August and October

The Hold Steady expand North American tour plans
The Hold Steady have expanded their upcoming tour of North America.

Beginning in Seattle, Washington on August 18, the group have added an extra 11 dates to the jaunt, which ends in New York on October 7.

Currently playing throughout North America, the group will next month embark on a tour of Europe, which includes appearances at this year's Glastonbury and Isle of Wight festivals.

The band are playing in support of their fifth studio album, 'Heaven Is Whenever', which was released earlier this month.

The Hold Steady will play the following dates:

Orlando, FL The Social (22, 23)
Savannah, GA Live Wire Music Hall (25)
Athens, GA 40 Watt Club (26)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (27)
George, WA Sasquatch Festival (29)
Milwaukee, WI Summerfest (July 1)
Hayward, WI Lac Courte Oreilles Casino (2)
Minneapolis, MN Cabooze Outdoor Stage (3)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (4)
Omaha, NE Slowdown (6)
Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (7)
Santa Fe, NM Santa Fe Brewing Company (8)
Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom (9)
Dallas, TX Granada Theater (10)
Memphis, TN Hi-Tone Cafe (11)
Knoxville, TN The Square Room (12)
Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall (14)
Pontiac, MI Crofoot Ballroom (15)
Toronto, ON Kool Haus (16)
Ottawa, ON Ottawa Blues fest (17)
Seattle, WA Showbox At The Market (August 18)
Vancouver, British Columbia Vogue Theatre (19)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (20)
Eugene, OR W.O.W. Hall (21)
Chico, CA Senator Theatre (23)
Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst (24)
Costa Mesa, CA Detroit Bar (25)
Pomona, CA Glass House (26)
Santa Barbara, CA Velvet Jones (27)
Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (October 5)
New York, NY Beacon Theatre (7)

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