Noah And The Whale Announce U.S. Tour

London based Noah and the Whale will be hitting the road for a U.S. tour beginning on May 24 in San Diego. The tour, which will include stops in Los Angeles, New York City and a detour to Sasquatch Festival, is meant to support the band’s third album, Last Night On Earth, which was released on March 15th. Check out a full list of dates below.

 

Noah and the Whale Tour Dates:
May 24 – San Diego, CA @ San Diego Woman’s Club
May 25 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theater
May 26 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
May 27 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
May 29 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
May 30 – George, WA @ Sasquatch Festival
June 2 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Club Sound
June 4 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
June 6 – Santa Fe, NM @ Santa Fe Brewing Co.
June 8 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
June 9 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
June 10 – Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
June 11 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s Upstairs
June 13 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks
June 15 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
June 16 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theater
June 17 – Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club
June 18 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza

Smith Westerns Add New Tour Dates & Sasquatch Appearance

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Despite recently wrapping up a European tour with MGMT, Smith Westerns have now launched a massive US tour, supporting their critically-acclaimed sophomore LP, Dye It Blonde. The Chicago trio will make appearances at both SXSW and the Sasquatch Festival in George, Washington. The first leg of the tour will find Smith Westerns sharing the stage with fellow Fat Possum labelmates, Yuck- who are crossing the pond from the UK to make their first appearances in the US. The band is also very pleased to announce that the handful of May concert dates are in support of none other than Wilco- a highly-revered band for the guys, who have provided a great deal of inspiration for Smith Westerns.

Full list of tour dates below:

02/10 Phoenix AZ Rhythm Room*

02-15 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge %

02-16 Vancouver, BC – Biltmore Cabaret %

02-17 Seattle, WA – Crocodile Cafe %

02-18 Boise, ID – Neurolux %

02-19 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court %

02-21 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge %

02-22 Kansas City, MO – The Record Bar %

02-23 Omaha, NE – Waiting Room %

02-24 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club %

02-25 Madison, WI – The Frequency %

02-26 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle % –SOLD OUT–

02-28 Toronto, Ontario – Legendary Horseshoe Tavern %

03-01 Montreal, Quebec – La Sala Rossa %

03-02 Boston, MA – Great Scott %

03-03 New York, NY – Mercury Lounge % –SOLD OUT–

03-04 Washington, DC – Rock and Roll Hotel %

03-05 Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory % –SOLD OUT–

03-16 – 03-19 Austin, TX – SXSW

05-02 Montgomery, AL – Montgomery Performing Arts Centre #

05-03 Mobile, AL – Saenger Theatre Mobile #

05-06 Houston, TX – Verizon Wireless Theater #

05-07 Denton, TX – University of North Texas Main Auditorium #

05-08 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom #

05-27 George, WA – Sasquatch Festival

* = w/ Yuck

# = w/ Wilco

% = w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Bright Eyes Announce Additional Tour Dates

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The excruciating wait is almost over until the release of Bright Eyes’ seventh studio album, The People’s Key (out February 15 via Saddle Creek), and now the celebrated Omaha band have added further dates to their already mammoth US tour. In addition, more supporting acts have also been confirmed: Titus Andronicus, Jenny and Johnny, Farmer Dave Scher, Conduits, and Dawes will all be joining the band on select dates.

Ahead of the official release, Bright Eyes fans have received a number of sneak peeks into the band’s new material. Last week, The People’s Key was premiered in full on NPR’s ‘First Listen’ HERE, as well as on YouTube in their first ever online listening party HERE. Additionally, Conor Oberst will be co-hosting Sirius XMU every afternoon this week at 5pm, with Rolling Stone critic and XMU host Jenny Eliscu – yet another chance for fans to hear tracks from The People’s Key prior to release, as well as old favorites from the Bright Eyes catalog and Conor’s own personal selections.

Conor and Co. kick off the new tour next month in Miami. Check out the slew of new tour dates below [all recently added dates are shown in bold].

 

3/2      Miami, FL                         Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater *
3/3      Lake Buena Vista, FL   House of Blues *
3/4      Atlanta, GA                      The Tabernacle *
3/5      Asheville, NC                   Thomas Wolfe Auditorium *
3/6      Richmond, VA                The National *
3/8       New York, NY                Radio City Music Hall ^
3/9       New York, NY                Radio City Music Hall ^   SOLD OUT
3/10     Boston, MA                    House Of Blues #  SOLD OUT
3/11     Portland, ME                  State Theatre#
3/13     Toronto, ON                   Sound Academy#
3/14     Royal Oak, MI                Royal Oak Music Theatre # SOLD OUT
3/15     Chicago, IL                      Riviera Theatre  #  SOLD OUT

3/16    Champaign, IL                Foellinger Auditorium #

3/17     Nashville, TN                  Ryman Auditorium #

3/19    Austin, TX                         SXSW Ground Control Touring Showcase Auditorium Shores**

4/2      Kansas City, MO        Uptown Theatre ^^

4/3      Milwaukee, WI                The Riverside Theater @

4/3      Minneapolis, MN           First Avenue @
4/5      Minneapolis, MN           First Avenue @
4/8     Vancouver, BC                Commodore Ballro0m @
4/9     Portland, OR                    Crystal Ballroom @
4/10  Arcata, CA                     Arcata Community Center +

4/12    Oakland, CA                    Fox Theater +

4/13    Pomona, CA                    Fox Theater ## + SOLD OUT

4/16    Indio, CA                          Coachella Festival SOLD OUT

4/28   George, WA                   Sasquatch Music Festival

6/1      Boise, ID                          Knitting Factory Concert House ##

6/3      Denver, CO                   Filmore Theatre ##

6/4     Council Bluffs, IA    WestFair Amphitheater ##

6/6      St. Louis                         The Pageant %

 

* w/ Cursive

^ w/ Superchunk and WILD FLAG

# w/ Mynabirds

**w/ The Felice Brothers, Middle Brother, and Man Man

@ w/ Titus Andonicus

^^ w/ Conduits

+ w/ Farmer Dave Scher

## w/ Jenny and Johnny

% w/ Dawes