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Music World  →  News  →  The Big Pink

The Big Pink Announce Massive US Tour

August 7, 2009
The Big Pink Announce Massive US TourThe Big Pink have announced that they will embark on their first tour of the US and Canada this November.

The huge tour that takes in 18 dates across North America kicks off in Seattle on November 13 and ends on December 6th in Philadelphia.

The duo's fourth single 'Dominoes' is due set for a September 7 release date with debut album, 'A Brief History Of Love', following a week later on September 14. The album is currently being streamed for free on the band's website.

The full list of dates is below:

  • Seattle, Neumos – November 13
  • Portland, Doug Fir - 14
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Venue - 15
  • San Francisco, Great American Music Hall - 17
  • Los Angeles, El Rey - 18
  • Costa Mesa, Detroit Bar -20
  • San Diego, Casbah - 21
  • Denver, Larimer Lounge - 23
  • Minneapolis, 7th St. Entry - 25
  • Chicago, Empty Bottle – 27
  • Detroit, Magic Stick - 28
  • Toronto, Ontario, Lee's Palace -29
  • Montreal, Quebec, La Sala Rossa - 30
  • Boston, Paradise – December 1
  • New York, Bowery Ballroom - 3
  • Brooklyn, Music Hall Of Williamsburg - 4
  • Washington, Black Cat - 5
  • Philadelphia, Johnny Brendas – 6

(by Andrew Almond)



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