Bloc Party concludes European tour with…more shows!

    Bloc Party is apparently looking to earn the “hardest working band in show biz” title. The group, which is currently promoting its third album, Intimacy, is finishing its European tour in February only to launch a new North American tour that concludes with a few more dates in London. This will include a stop at the Miami Ultra Festival in March.

    Dates:

    01.25 Glasgow, Scotland: Academy

    01.26 Glasgow, Scotland. Academy

    01.28 Manchester, England: Apollo

    01.29 Manchester, England: Apollo

    01.31 Wolverhampton, England: Civic

    02.01 Wolverhampton, England: Civic

    02.09 Munich, Germany: Tonhalle

    02.10 Paris, France: Olympia

    02.12 Brussels, Belgium: Ancienne Belgique

    02.13 Brussels, Belgium: Ancienne Belgique

    02.14 Berlin, Germany: Columbiahalle

    02.16 Dresden, Germany: Schlachthof

    02.17 Cologne, Germany: Palladium

    02.18 Amsterdam, Netherlands: Paradiso

    02.19 Amsterdam, Netherlands: Paradiso

    02.21 Hamburg, Germany: Docks

    02.22 Copenhagen, Denmark: Vega

    02.23 Oslo, Norway: Sentrum Stage

    02.24 Stockholm, Sweden: Cirkus

    02.26 Helsinki, Finland: Ice Hall

    03.13 Toronto, Ontario: Kool Haus

    03.14 Toronto, Ontario: Kool Haus

    03.15 London, Ontario: Centennial Hall

    03.17 Ottawa, Ontario: Bronson Centre

    03.18 Montreal, Quebec: Metropolis

    03.19 Boston, MA: House of Blues

    03.21 Philadelphia, PA: Electric Factory

    03.22 Washington, DC: 9:30 Club

    03.24 New York, NY: Terminal 5

    03.25 New York, NY: Terminal 5

    03.27 Miami, FL: Ultra Festival

    03.28 Chicago, IL: Riviera Theatre

    03.30 Minneapolis, MN: First Avenue

    03.31 St. Louis, MO: The Pageant

    04.11 London, England: Olympia

    04.12 London, England: Olympia

    04.26 Vancouver, British Columbia: Commodore

    04.29 Edmonton, Alberta: Shaw Conference Centre

    04.30 Calgary, Alberta: Big Four

    05.02 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: Odeon

    05.03 Winnipeg, Manitoba: Burton Cummings
     
    [Pitchfork]