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TV On The Radio’s Summer Schedule

05:01 PM Thursday 5/26/11 | |

Fans in North America will have more chances to see TV On The Radio when the band returns to the states in mid-July.

The indie rock band’s spring tour that wrapped up earlier this month marked a return from a more than yearlong hiatus. Before that TV On The Radio had last performed in August 2009.

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    SXSW, Spin @ Stubb's Party, Stubb's Bar-B-Q, Austin, TX
    March 18, 2011

    (John Davisson)

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The summer North American trek begins with a July 17 slot at Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago. Dates are booked through the band’s Sept. 17 set at Austin City Limits Music Festival in Texas. TV On The Radio can also be found at Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle July 23 as well as LouFest in St. Louis Aug. 28.

New shows include two nights at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom (July 20-21); Troutdale, Ore., at McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheatre (July 22); Kansas City, Mo., at The Crossroads (Aug. 27); and Brooklyn, N.Y., at Willamsburg Waterfront (Sept. 8).

European dates are scheduled June 22 through July 13.

TV On The Radio is touring in support of Nine Types of Light, which was released in April on Interscope.
     
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