Wilco announce North American tour

Jeff Tweedy and co to hit the road in February

Wilco announce North American tour
Wilco have announced plans to tour North American next February and March.

Beginning in Missoula, Montana on February 7, the Chicago group will then play shows across America and Canada.

Playing in support of 'Wilco (The Album)', released earlier this year, the band will finish the tour in Halifax, Nova Scotia on March 3.

Wilco will play the following shows:

Missoula Adams Center (February 7)
Portland Arlene Schnitzer Hall (9)
Seattle Paramount Theatre (10)
Vancouver David Lam Park (2010 Winter Olympics free show) (13)
Edmonton Northern Jubilee Auditorium (15)
Calgary, Southern Jubilee Auditorium (16)
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan TCU Place (17)
Duluth DECC Arena (19)
Madison Overture Hall (20)
East Lansing Wharton Cobb Great Hall (21)
Hamilton Place Theatre (23)
London Centennial Hall (24)
Montreal Olympia de Montreal (27)
Ottawa National Arts Centre (March 1)
Halifax Forum Multipurpose Room (3)




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