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Reel Big Fish Nets New Tour, Reschedules S.A.

01:01 PM Monday 6/20/11 | |

Today’s a good news/bad news day for Reel Big Fish fans. The bad news is a medical emergency has forced the ska punk band to reschedule its South American romp with Goldfinger set to begin this week. And the good news? A new U.S. tour with Streetlight Manifesto kicks off next month.

Reel Big Fish was scheduled to play seven shows in Brazil and Argentina June 22 to July 2 but that was before lead singer Aaron Barrett’s appendix started giving him problems. Barrett underwent an emergency appendectomy and is reportedly doing well, but doctors have nixed his travel plans for the next 10 days. Reel Big Fish and Goldfinger will now begin the South American adventure Oct. 21 in Curitiba, Brazil.

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    Aaron Barrett of Reel Big Fish.
    January 17, 2006

    (Pauk Parks)

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Reel Big Fish returns to the stage when it co-headlines a July-August outing with Streetlight Manifesto beginning in Houston at Warehouse Live July 6. Touring in support of a three-disc extended version of its A Best Of Us For The Rest Of Us album landing in stores June 21, the routing also includes stops in San Antonio (July 7); Dallas (July 8); Albuquerque, N.M. (July 9); Los Angeles (July 14); Chicago (July 19); Toronto (July 22); Boston (July 28); Philadelphia (Aug. 1); Orlando (Aug. 7); New York (Aug. 10) and Cleveland (Aug. 14).

Rodeo Ruby Love appears on the entire North American tour; The Maxies appear July 6-21 and New Riot appears July 22-Aug. 14. For more information, visit Reel-Big-Fish.com.


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