The Morning Benders Touring With Broken Bells, The Black Keys

    Apparently the Morning Benders can’t get enough of the road. The California quartet just finished its headlining tour of North America, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to rest. Nope, these four guys are setting out to continue promoting their recently released LP, Big Echo, by touring with first with Broken Bells and then the Black Keys through the summer. I have seen the latter of those myself and can attest to the Black Keys’ great live show. And I can only imagine the experience would be even better with the Morning Benders opening, so keep an eye on the below tour dates.


    05.18 San Diego, CA: Humphreys Concerts by the Bay*
    05.19 Los Angeles, CA: Henry Fonda Theatre*
    05.21 San Francisco, CA: Regency Ballroom*
    05.24 Portland, OR: Wonder Ballroom*
    05.25 Seattle, WA: Showbox at the Market*
    05.26 Vancouver, BC: Commodore Ballroom*
    05.29 Englewood, CO: Gothic Theatre*
    05.31 Chicago, IL: Vic Theatre*
    06.01 Detroit, MI: St. Andrews Hall*
    06.02 Toronto, ON: Queen Elizabeth Theatre*
    06.04 Boston, MA; Royale NightClub*
    06.05 New York, NY: The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza*
    06.06 Philadelphia, PA: Electric Factory*
    06.07 Washington, D.C.: 9:30 Club*
    06.10 Atlanta, GA: Center Stage *
    06.11 Athens, GA: 40 Watt Club*
    07.26 Washington, DC: DAR Constitution Hall#
    07.27 New York, NY: Central Park Summerstage#
    07.28 New York, NY: Central Park Summerstage#
    07.30 Philadelphia, PA: Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing#
    07.31 Boston, MA: Bank of America Pavilion#
    08.03 Toronto, ON: Kool Haus#
    08.04.Toronto, ON: Kool Haus #
    08.06-08 Chicago, IL: Lollapalooza
    08.07 Chicago, IL: Metro#
    08.08 Des Moines, IA: Val Air Ballroom#
    08.09 Omaha, NE: Anchor Inn#
    08.11 Louisville, KY: Iroquois Amphitheater#
    08.12 Nashville, TN: Ryman Auditorium#
    08.13 Columbus, OH: The LC Amphitheater#
    08.14 Detroit, MI: The Fillmore Detroit#

    * with Broken Bells
    # with The Black Keys


    Photo credit: Matt Jacoby