Caribou Sets North American Dates

    Dan Snaith, aka Caribou, has announced a six-week North American tour (along with a few South American dates) starting Sept. 14 in support of his surprisingly club-oriented, Polaris-nominated opus, Swim.

     

    The Canadian-born math whiz who once performed as Manitoba and now calls England home (still with me?) will be supported on select dates by Emeralds and Russian Futurists (as well as Holy Fuck in Boston). The tour kicks off, natch, in Ontario, and tickets for some shows have already gone on sale. Get information here

     

    Caribou fall dates: 

     

    09.14 Guelph ON: Ebar^

    09.15 Ottawa ON: Babylon ^

    09.16 Montreal PQ: National^

    09.17 Toronto ON: Phoenix ^

    09.18 London ON: Lolafest @ Victorias Park

    09.19 Boston MA: Paradise*

    09.22 New York, NY: Webster Hall*

    09.23 Washington DC: Black Cat* 

    09.24 Cincinnati OH: Midpoint Music Festival

    09.25 Champaign IL: Pygmalion Music Festival

    09.26 Chicago IL: Metro*

    09.27 Minneapolis MN: First Avenue*

    09.28 Winnipeg MB: West End Cultural Center*

    09.29 Saskatoon SK: Amigos*

    09.30 Edmonton AB: Starlite*

    10.01 Calgary AB: Republik*

    10.03 Vancouver BC: Vogue*

    10.04 Seattle WA: Showbox*

    10.05 Portland, OR: Wonder Ballroom *

    10.06 San Francisco CA: Regency*

    10.07 Los Angeles CA: Dance Right @ La Cita

    10.08 Los Angeles CA: Music Box*

    10.09 Tempe AZ: The Clubhouse

    10.11 Salt Lake City UT: Urban Lounge

    10.12 Boulder CO: Fox Theatre*

    10.14 Austin TX: La Zona Rosa

    10.15 Baton Rouge LA: Spanish Moon

    10.16 Tallahassee FL: Engine Room

    10.17 Tampa FL: Crowbar

    10.18 Orlando FL: Backbooth

    10.19 Miami FL: Grand Central

    10.21 Guanajuanto, Mexico: Mutek/Cervantino Festival

    10.23 Santiago, Chile: Festival Fauna Primavera

    10.27 Sao Paulo, BR: Clash Club

    10.28 Bogota, Colombia: Downtown

    10.30 Asheville NC: Moog Festival

    10.31 Chapel Hill NC – Cat’s Cradle*

     

    ^With Russian Futurists

    *With Emeralds