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Saw Doctors Goes East

07:03 AM Sunday 6/29/08 | |

Ireland's Saw Doctors have announced a 13-city summer tour of East Coast festivals, halls and clubs following a string of U.K. festival and European club dates.

The Celtic/punk/folk rock band's first stop is at the Summer Music Festival in Lowell, Mass., August 7. From there, the tour makes stops including Metro NY Balloon & Music Fest (August 9), Tupelo Music Hall in Londonderry, N.H., (August 12), Milwaukee's Irish Fest (August 16-17, House of Blues Cleveland (August 22), Governor's Island in New York City (August 23) and wraps up at Buffalo, N.Y.'s Irish Fest August 24.

Tickets for selected dates are available at Ticketmaster.com.

The Saw Doctors last toured the U.S. in March in support of its rarities release, That Takes The Biscuit.

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