August 13, 2009 19:53

Yeah Yeah Yeahs announce Radio City Music Hall show

New Yorkers beef up September outing

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs have announce a show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, set to take place on September 23.

The band headlined last weekend’s Lollapalooza in Chicago in place of Beastie Boys, as well as a set at All Points West in New Jersey the previous weekend.

In addition to the New York gig, there are shows slated for Atlantic City and Washington DC in the days that follow.

The band is on the road to support their recent album 'It's Blitz!', which was released in March.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs will play:

Seattle, WA Bumbershoot Festival (September 6)
Oakland, CA Fox Theater (9, 10)
Morrison, CO Monolith Festival (12)
Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue (13)
Los Angeles, CA Greek Theater (17)
Las Vegas, NV The Pearl (19)
New York, NY Radio City Music Hall (23)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (25)
Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Atlantic City (26)

--By our New York staff.
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