Rilo Kiley plot North American tour

They head out to support 'Under The Black Light'

Rilo Kiley have announced the details of an extensive North American tour this autumn.

The band will be supporting their forthcoming album, ‘Under The Black Light’, which is due out August 20 in the UK and a day later in the US.

They’ll kick things off on September 6 in San Francisco and travel across the country before wrapping up back home in Los Angeles on October 15.

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They’ll play one date with Modest Mouse on September 10 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The tour dates are:

San Francisco, CA Warfield (September 6)

Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (7)

Seattle, WA Showbox (8) 


Salt Lake City, UT McKay Events Center, w/Modest Mouse
(10)

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Denver, CO Ogden Theatre 
(11)

Columbia, MO University of Missouri – Jesse Auditorium (12)

Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium (13) 


Minneapolis, MN First Avenue (14) 


Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre (15) 


Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre (17)

Toronto, ONT Phoenix Theatre (18) 


Montreal, QUE La Tulipe (19) 


Boston, MA Avalon (21) 


New York, NY Webster Hall (22, 23) 


Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (25) 


Washington, DC 9:30 Club (26, 27) 


Asheville, NC Orange Peel (28) 


Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse (29) 


Ft. Lauderdale, FL Revolution (October 1)

Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues (2)

New Orleans, LA Republic (4) 


Houston, TX Warehouse Live (5) 


Dallas, TX Palladium (6) 


Austin, TX Stubb’s BBQ (7) 


Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre (9)

Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre (10) 


San Diego, CA SOMA (12) 


Las Vegas, NV The Joint (13) 


Los Angeles, CA Santa Monica Civic (15)

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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