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TV On The Radio’s New Fall Season

05:01 PM Monday 6/6/11 | |

The band updates its touring schedule with several new gigs lined up for August and September, maybe even one in your town.

Although TV On The Radio performed a few shows in April and May, the band doesn’t get down to the serious business of night-after-night touring until it launches its Euro run later this month, playing Zagreb, Croatia, June 22 followed by shows in Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and France. The first North American date on the summer tour is in Chicago at the Pitchfork Music Festival July 17.

The newly added late summer/early fall shows include two in Minneapolis at First Avenue Aug. 30-31; Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater Sept. 1; Detroit’s St. Andrews Hall Sept. 2; Boston’s Bank Of America Pavilion Sept. 6; Philadelphia at the Mann Center Sept. 9; Atlanta’s Tabernacle Sept. 13; Nashville at the Ryman Auditorium Sept. 14; Dallas at House Of Blues Sept. 16; Denver’s Ogden Theatre Sept. 20-21; Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl Sept. 25 and Oakland’s Fox Theatre Sept. 27.

  • TV On The Radio

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

    (John Davisson)

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Broken Social Scene joins the tour in Boston and stays onboard through the Hollywood Bowl gig when the Arctic Monkeys appear. Several shows are going up this week. Check out the band’s website for more information.


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