Yo La Tengo announce US tour

The dates include a show with The Flaming Lips

Yo La Tengo announce US tour
Yo La Tengo have announced a 13-date tour of the US kicking off April 5 in New Orleans.

Following the band’s jaunt in Asia and Australia, they will return to the US for the shows, which include the Brown University ‘Spring Weekend’ show with The Flaming Lips.

The tour culminates with a show at New York’s Webster Hall on April 29.

The dates are:

New Orleans, LA Tipitina's (April 5)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (6)
Austin, TX Stubb's (7)
Dallas, TX Granada (8)
Tulsa, OK Cain's (10)
Lawrence, KS Granada (11)
Indianapolis, IN Vogue (13)
Madison, WI The Barrymore (15)
Newport, KY Southgate House (16)
Cleveland, OH Beachland Ballroom (17)
Detroit, MI Majestic Theatre (18)
Providence, RI Brown University (21)
New York, NY Webster Hall (29)

--By our New York staff.
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