November 1, 2001 11:34


The group play across North America in the second half of the month...

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THE STROKES have confirmed details of a US tour for November.

The group, who recently appeared alongside the Beastie Boys at a New York fundraiser for victims of September 11, will play across North America in the second half of the month.

The tour will call at: Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts (November 14)
Pittsburgh Nick's Fat City (15)
Cleveland Agora Ballroom (16)
Detroit St. Andrews Hall (17)
Indianapolis Birdy's (18)
Lawrence Granada (20)
St. Louis Mississippi Nights (21)
Nashville 328 Performance Hall (23)
Birmingham Five Points Music Hall (24)
Columbia Elbow Room (25)
Carrbara Cat's Cradle (27)
Norfolk NorVa (28)

The group then plan to tour Japan in February 2002, with the possibility of European dates next year also.

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