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Reel Big Fish Partners With The English Beat For Reel Big Tour

04:31 PM Tuesday 5/19/09 |   |

The summer concert season got a little more interesting today with the announcement that Reel Big Fish and The English Beat will co-headline a theatre and club tour starting July 3 in Michigan.

  • Reel Big Fish

    Aaron Barrett of Reel Big Fish.
    January 17, 2006

    (Pauk Parks)

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In addition to the tour, Reel Big Fish will release its concert video, appropriately titled Reel Big Fish Live!, July 21.

Dates with The English Beat include the aforementioned July 3 Michigan opener at the Royal Oak Music Theatre. Other stops include Milwaukee’s Summerfest July 5; Boston’s House of Blues July 7; NYC’s Nokia Theatre July 9; Cleveland’s House of Blues July 15; Orlando’s Hard Rock Live July 23; Houston’s Warehouse Live July 27; Los Angeles’ Club Nokia August 1 and Apple Minnesota’s Zoo Amphitheatre August 12.

The Supervillains appear on all dates.

“We are so excited to be playing with one of our favorite bands of all time and one of the biggest influences on our music!” said Reel Big Fish frontman Aaron Barrett. “We love the English Beat. This tour is a dream come true for us!”

The English Beat’s Dave Wakeling returned the tour-announcement love.

“I was thrilled many years ago to be invited to play at Reel Big Fish’s first album release party, and we are thrilled again to be touring with them now that they are bona fide Skadfathers!”

Click here for the Reel Big Fish MySpace page.

Click here for the English Beat’s MySpace page.


Comments

  1. reesie wrote:

    03:22 PM, Jun 30, 2009

    nothing like a great ska show in the summer!

  2. anns wrote:

    09:18 AM, May 20, 2009

    wow. so interesting.  who goes to small shows in the summer?



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