Tokyo Police Club unveil spring US dates

Ra Ra Riot, Born Ruffians and Harlem Shakes will share opening duties

Tokyo Police Club unveil spring US dates
Tokyo Police Club have announced a spring tour of the US, kicking off February 24 in Providence, RI.

The band recently completed a North American tour opening for Weezer, and are gearing up for a Canadian jaunt which will see them tour their homeland from December 12-23.

The band released their debut album 'Elephant Shell' in April of this year, and will begin work on its follow-up upon completion of the tour in March.

The dates are:

Providence, RI Lupo's - Support: Harlem Shakes (February 24)
New York, NY Webster Hall Support: Born Ruffians (25)
Washington, DC Black Cat Support: Born Ruffians (26)
Pittsburgh, PA / TBD Mr. Smalls Support: Harlem Shakes (28)
Cleveland, OH Grog Shop Support: Harlem Shakes (March 1)
Columbus, OH The Basement Support: Harlem Shakes (2)
Cincinnati, OH Mad Hatter Support: Harlem Shakes (3)
Atlanta, GA The Earl Support: Harlem Shakes (5)
Tallahassee, FL Club Downunder Support: Harlem Shakes (6)
Orlando, FL The Social Support: Harlem Shakes (7)
New Orleans, LA The Parish @ House of Blues Support: Ra Ra Riot (10)
Houston, TX Walters on Washington Support: Ra Ra Riot (11)
McAllen, TX Cine El Ray Support: Ra Ra Riot (12)
San Antonio, TX White Rabbit Support: Ra Ra Riot (13)
Dallas, TX Granada Theatre Support: Ra Ra Riot (14)
Omaha, NE Slowdown Support: Ra Ra Riot (16)
Chicago, IL The Metro Support: Born Ruffians (18)
Pontiac, MI Crofoot Support: Born Ruffians (19)

--By our New York staff.



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