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New My Morning Jacket U.S. Dates

01:01 PM Monday 4/30/12 |   |

My Morning Jacket has booked more than three weeks of U.S. shows in August with special guests Band Of Horses.

The psychedelic rock band has a full schedule to take care of before its August road trip. U.S. festival appearances include Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis (May 4); New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans (May 5); Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Ky. (July 14) and Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island (July 28).

European dates, including both festival sets and headline shows, are booked June 16 through July 1.

The U.S. tour begins with two nights at Red Rocks Amphithetare near Morrison, Colo., Aug. 3-4. Both shows will be recorded and gifted as complimentary downloads to all ticketholders.

Next show is Kansas City, Mo., at the Starlight Theatre Aug. 6, followed by Lincoln, Neb., at Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater Aug. 7; St. Louis’ Peabody Opera House Aug. 8; Minneapolis at Somerset Amphitheater Aug. 10 and Columbus’ LC Pavilion Aug. 12.

Additional stops on the tour include Toronto (Aug. 15); Washington, D.C. (Aug. 18); Brooklyn, N.Y. (Aug. 19); Pittsburgh (Aug. 21); Chicago (Aug. 22); Atlanta (Aug. 25); Charlotte, N.C. (Aug. 24) and Raleigh, N.C. (Aug. 26).

Band Of Horses opens every night with the exception of the Brooklyn show. Shabazz Palaces will take the band’s place. Additional support will be provided by Trombone Shorty in Morrison, Colo., and by Trampled By Turtles in Minneapolis.

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“We are delighted to be sharing the stage with pals in Band Of Horses,” My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James said. “We danced a beautiful dance together at Madison Square Garden [in December 2011] and there is a lot of love between our camps. It’s gonna be a good old-tyme thrill ride!”

Band Of Horses is also looking forward to the road trip.

“YES! We’re touring with the incredible My Morning Jacket!” lead singer Ben Bridwell said. “So psyched to hit the road with our buddies and (hopefully) warm you all up for the greatest band going.”

One dollar from each ticket sold during the August tour (with the exception of the Toronto show) will be donated to a variety of local charities including Operation Breakthrough, Community Corps, Safe Connections, The Current Public Radio, Gateway To The Arts, Neuse Riverkeeper Foundation and Charlotte Tree Fund.

A presale for select dates begins Thursday, May 3. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, May 4.

For more information visit MyMorningJacket.com


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