Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce US spring tour

They kick off proceedings on May 23 at Sasquatch!

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs have announced a spring tour of the US, which will include stops at the Sasquatch!, Bonnaroo and All Points West festivals.

The outing is to support the trio's brand new album 'It's Blitz!'.

The tour dates are:

Quincy, WA, Sasquatch! Music Festival (May 23)
Chicago, IL, Riviera Theatre (26)
Detroit, MI, Clutch Cargos (27)
Columbus, OH, Newport Music Hall (28)
Minneapolis, MN, First Ave (30)
Milwaukee, WI, Eagles Club (31)
St. Louis, MO, The Pageant (June 2)
Kansas City, MO, The Beaumont (3)
Mountain View, CA, Live 105 BFD (6)
Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival (12)
Jersey City, NJ, All Points West Music & Arts Festival (July 31)

--By our New York staff.
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