November 12, 2009 6:48

Yo La Tengo expand world tour

Band will now play shows in Australia and New Zealand

Yo La Tengo expand world tour
Yo La Tengo have added more dates to their current world tour.

Currently in Europe, the group will now head to Australia and New Zealand in February to play in support of their latest album 'Popular Songs' - which was released in September.

Yo La Tengo will play the following dates:

Amsterdam Melkweg (November 12)
Copenhagen Gray Hall (14)
Oslo Cosmopolite (15)
Stockholm Kagelbanan (17)
Lund Mejeriet (18)
Hamburg Markthalle (19)
Dusseldorf Zakk (22)
Berlin Germany Postbahnhof (23)
Katowice Hipnoza Club (25)
Vienna Arena (26)
Paris Bataclan (30)
Minehead All Tomorrow’s Parties (December 4)
Shinsaibashi Club Quattro (14)
Nagoya Club Quattro (15)
Shinagawa Prince Stellar Ball (17)
Auckland Montecristo Room (February 8)
Wellington San Francisco Bath House (9)
Melbourne Thornbury Theatre (11)
Melbourne The Forum (12)
Hobart Moorilla (13)
Brisbane Hi-Fi (16)
Sydney Basement (17)
Sydney Metro (18)
Adelaide Fowlers Live (19)
Perth Becks Music Box (20)

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