June 23, 2010 23:56

The xx announce North American tour details

The dates begin in Hollywood on September 22

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The xx have announced details of an upcoming tour of North America.

Playing in support of their 2009 self-titled album, the dates begin in Hollywood, California on September 22.

Prior to the jaunt the band are also set to appear at a string of festivals this summer including Glastonbury, Latitude, Lollapalooza and Bestival.

The xx will play the following:

Chicago, IL, Lollapalooza Festival (August 7)
Hollywood, CA, Hollywood Palladium (September 22)
Oakland, CA, Fox Theater (23)
Toronto, ON, Massey Hall (29)
New York, NY, United Palace Theatre (October 2)
Philadelphia, PA, Merriam Theater (4)
Washington, DC, 9:30 Club (5)
Atlanta, GA, The Tabernacle (6)
Dallas, TX, Granada Theatre (8)
Austin, TX, Austin City Limits (9)

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