The Watson Twins plot North American tour

Jenny Lewis collaborators hit the road with Tim Fite

The Watson Twins plot North American tour
The Watson Twins have announced the dates of a North American tour this summer.

The Los Angeles-based twin sisters who backed up Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis on her debut solo album are set to hit the road on July 9 in Washington DC. They'll then play dates in New York, Boston, Toronto, Denver and San Francisco before wrapping up their tour in Los Angeles on July 29.

They will co-headline the dates with Tim Fite, and will open for M Ward in Milwaukee on July 19.

The tour dates are:

Washington DC Rock and Roll Hotel (July 9)
Brooklyn, NY Music Hall (10)
New York, NY Mercury Lounge (11)
Boston, MA TT The Bears (12)
Montreal Lambi Concert Hall (14)
Toronto, ONT Lee's Palace (15)
Pontiac, MI Pike Room/At Crofoot (16)
Chicago, IL Lakeshore Theater (17)
St Paul, MN Turf Club (18)
Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater (19)
Denver, CO Hi Dive (21)
Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (22)
Seattle, WA Tractor Tavern (25)
Portland, OR Doug Fir (26)
San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill (28)
Los Angeles, CA The Echo (29)

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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