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A Summer Ride With Death Cab For Cutie

12:01 PM Tuesday 4/26/11 | |

With a new album coming out in May, Death Cab For Cutie continues its quest towards world domination with a run of amphitheatres mixed in with a few theatre and arena dates beginning in late July.

The band’s new album, Codes And Keys, drops May 31. Although the band has a short series of North American dates scheduled for May and June, the summer tour doesn’t officially get underway until the bus pulls into Columbus, Ohio, for a gig at the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion July 27. Other late July dates include Detroit Fox Theatre July 28; Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheatre July 29 and Montreal’s Osheaga Festival July 31.

August sees Ben Gibbard & co. return to the U.S., playing Boston’s Bank Of America Pavilion Aug. 1; Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Waterfront Aug. 2 and Philadelphia’s Mann Center For The Performing Arts Aug. 5. Other markets include Columbia, Md. (Aug. 7); Nashville (Aug. 10); New Orleans (Aug. 12); Phoenix (Aug. 15); Los Angeles (Aug. 18-19) and Denver (Aug. 23).

Frightened Rabbit supports on all dates. While you’re mulling over where you’ll see Death Cab this summer, here’s the band’s scripted, single-take video for “You Are A Tourist.”

Presales for several dates begin April 29 with general public onsales beginning the weekend of May 6-8. Head on over to DeathCabForCutie.com for more information.


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