Plushgun map US tour

Brooklyn band will hit the road with Nightmare Of You

Plushgun map US tour
Plushgun have announced details of a US tour this summer, kicking off June 19 in Washington DC.

The Brooklyn trio will hit the road to support their ‘Pins & Panzers’ album, which is released June 8 in the UK.

They will open for Nightmare Of You on the outing, which will take place over two months.

The dates announced so far are:

Washington DC Rock and Roll Hotel (June 19)
Philadelphia, PA North Star Bar (21)
Columbus, OH CBR’s (22)
Lansing, MI Mac’s Bar (23)
Chicago, IL Reggie’s Rock Club (24)
Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck (30)
Denver, CO Marquis Theater (July 1)
Murray, UT Sho (2)
Seattle, WA Chop Suey (5)
Portland, OR Satyricon (6)
Hollywood, CA Knitting Factory (11)
San Diego, CA The Epicentre (12)
Phoenix, AZ Modified Arts (13)
Albuquerque, NM The Telos (14)
San Antonio, TX Rock Bottom Bar (15)
Shreveport, LA 516 Soundstage (19)
Orlando, FL The Backbooth (22)
Tampa, FL Crowbar (23)
Norfolk, VA The Boot (28)
Allston, MA Harper’s Ferry (30)
New York, NY Mercury Lounge (31)
Farmingdale, NY The Crazy Donkey (August 1)

--By our New York staff.
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