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Sleigh Bells Announces Spring Tour

05:01 PM Thursday 3/6/14 | |

Sleigh Bells has spilled the beans about what the noise pop duo will be up to in between playing South by Southwest next week and taking the stage at Tampa’s inaugural Big Guava Music Festival in May. If you hadn’t guessed by the title of this post, they’ve got a bunch of new dates!

Vocalist Alexis Krauss and guitarist Derek Edward Miller are hitting the road to show off their third studio album, Bitter Rivals. Produced by Miller, the LP was released in October via Mom + Pop Music.

You can catch Sleigh Bells at SXSW at Austin’s The Belmont March 14. After that the duo is off to New Orleans for an appearance at Mardi Gras World for the Buku Music + Art Project.

The spring tour officially begins April 5 in Norman, Okla. Here’s the plan:

April 5 – Norman, Okla., University Of Oklahoma     
April 6 – Houston, Texas, Warehouse Live     
April 7 – San Antonio, Texas, White Rabbit     
April 9 – Phoenix, Ariz., The Crescent Ballroom     
April 12 – Indio, Calif., Empire Polo Club (Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival)     
April 15 – Condesa, Mexico, El Plaza Condesa     
April 19 – Indio, Calif., Empire Polo Club (Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival)
April 21 – Boulder, Colo., Fox Theatre     
April 22 – Omaha, Neb., Slowdown     
April 23 – Des Moines, Iowa, Wooly’s     
April 25 – Gambier, Ohio, Kenyon College     
April 26 – Carrboro, N.C., Cat’s Cradle     
April 27 – Atlanta, Ga., Kingston Downs (CounterPoint Music & Arts Festival)    
April 29 – Charlotte, N.C., Fillmore Charlotte     
April 30 – Charleston, S.C., Music Farm
May 2 – Tampa, Fla., Florida State Fair (Big Guava Music Festival)

The band will make more stops at festivals in June including Governors Ball Music Festival in NYC, Toronto’s NXNE Festival and Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Del.

Festival passes are available now. Tickets for the headline gigs go on sale Friday, March 7.

For more information visit BitterRivals.com.
 


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