The Killers announce new North American dates

They kick off in April in Phoenix, AZ

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The Killers have announced a new batch of North American dates, kicking off April 16 in Phoenix, AZ.

Tickets for the outing will go on sale on January 23 and 24.

The tour will continue to support the band’s latest studio effort ‘Day & Age’, and will wrap up in Uncasville, CT on May 9.

The dates are:

Phoenix, AZ Dodge Theatre (April 16)
Las Vegas The Joint (17)
San Jose, CA San Jose Event Center (19)
Seattle, WA Wamu Theatre at Qwest Field Events Center (22)
Victoria, BC Save On Foods Memorial Centre (23)
Vancouver, BC UBC Thunderbird Arena (24)
Calgary, AB Pengrowth Saddledome (26)
Edmonton, AB Rexall Place (27)
Milwaukee, WI The Eagles Club (30)
Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre (May 1)
Bonner Springs, KS Capitol Federal Park at Sandstone (2)
St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre (4)
Columbus, OH Lifestyle Communities Pavilion (5)
Cleveland, OH Time Warner Cable Amphitheatre at Tower City (6)
Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center (8)
Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena (9)

--By our New York staff.
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