Dinosaur Jr. expand tour of North America

J Mascis and co. for more dates this Autumn

Dinosaur Jr have expanded their tour of North America with more dates across America added.

Playing in support of their new album ‘Farm’ – the follow-up to 2007’s ‘Beyond’ – the tour features the reunited lineup of J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph.

Currently playing in Europe – which includes a date at London‘s Koko on September 25, the Massachusetts band head back to America in October to begin their tour of North America.

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Dinosaur Jr will play:

Leffinge, Belgium Leffingeleuren Festival (September 19)
Frankfurt, Germany Mousonturm (20)
Berlin, Germany Astra (21)
Dresden, Germany Beatpol (23)
Hamburg, Germany Reeperbahn Festival (24)
London, UK KoKo (25)
Cambridge, MA Middle East (2)
Cambridge, MA Middle East (3)
Clifton Park, NY Northern Lights (4)
New Haven, CT Toad’s Place (7)
Washington, DC 9.30 Club (8)
Philadelphia, PA Theatre of the Living Arts (9)
Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall (10)
Pontiac, MI The Crofoot (11)
Madison, WI The Majestic Theatre (13)
St Louis, MO The Pageant (14)
Chicago, IL Vic Theatre (15)
Louisville, KY Headliner’s Music Hall (16)
Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (17)
Dallas, TX Granada Theater (22)
Houston, TX Warehouse Live (23)
Austin, TX Stubb’s (24)
Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom (25)
Kansas City, MO The Beaumont Club (26)
Omaha, NE Slowdown (27)
Boulder, CO Boulder Theater (29)
Fort Collins, CO Aggie Theatre (30)
Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge (31)
Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre (November 3)
Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern (4)
West Hollywood, CA House Of Blues (5)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (6)
Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom (7)
Seattle, WA The Showbox (8)
Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (10)
Victoria, BC Sugar Nightclub (11)
Edmonton, AB The Starlite Room (13)
Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall Ballroom (14)
Saskatoon, SK Odeon Events Centre (16)
Winnepeg, Man Pyramid Cabaret (17)
Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (18)
Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall Ballroom (19)
Cleveland Heights, OH Grog Shop (20)
New York, NY Terminal 5 (21)

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