The Stooges announce tour dates

Punk legends play major US cities and European festivals

The Stooges announce tour dates
The Stooges have announced the dates of their upcoming tour.

The punk legends will hit several major cities across the United States and play festivals in Switzerland and Norway, as well as Austin's South by Southwest festival on March 17.

The band will be supporting their forthcoming album, 'The Weirdness' - their first in more than 30 years - which is due out March 20.

The tour dates are:

Caprices Festival Crans-Montana Switzerland (March 8)
Austin South by Southwest (17)
Boston Orpheum (April 7)
New York United Palace (9)
Detroit Fox Theatre (13)
Denver Filmore Auditorium (17)
San Francisco Warfield (19, 21)
Seattle WaMu Theatre (27)
Tromso Open Air Festival Norway (21)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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