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Fleet Foxes Reveal Spring Dates

12:01 PM Monday 1/31/11 | |

The Seattle band gets ready for some serious road work, announcing a series of North American dates for May followed by a trip across the pond.

The Fleet Foxes tour begins in Vancouver, B.C., at the Vogue Theatre April 30, then plays Portland at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom May 1 and Seattle’s Moore Theatre May 3. Other destinations on the routing include Oakland (May 5), Los Angeles (May 7), Dallas (May 11), Nashville (May 13), Atlanta (May 14), New York (May 18) and Philadelphia (Upper Darby (May 21).

Following the North America leg, the band wastes no time crossing the ocean for a series of shows in Europe and the U.K. with the blueprint listing Berlin’s Astra for May 25; Munich’s Dachau Summer Of Music May 26; the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona May 28; Paris at the Bataclan May 30 and London’s Hammersmith Apollo May 31.

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    Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, Calif.
    April 18, 2009

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You can expect plenty of new music on the upcoming tour. The band’s new album, Helplessness Blues, drops on Sub Pop / Bella Union May 3.

A limited presale for the North American dates begins tomorrow at 9 a.m. PST via the group’s website. Just click here for what you need to know.


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