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Yo La Tengo Announce Fall Tour

Yo La Tengo Announce Fall Tour

Yo La Tengo's 12th studio album (13th if you count Condo Fucks), Popular Songs, is due out on Sept. 8. And as mega indie-rock stars are prone to do, the band has announced a lengthy North American and European tour that starts on Sept. 15 in Burlington, Vt., and ends November 30 in France. They've got reach, ladies and gentlemen. No word on who will be opening on the tour, but Black Lips have been announced for their Sept. 25 show in New York.

 

Here are the tour dates:

 

09.15 Burlington, VT: Higher Ground
09.16 Boston, MA: Wilbur Theater
09.17 Washington, DC: 9:30 Club
09.18 Durham, NC: Carolina Theater
09.19 Atlanta, GA: Variety
09.21 Asheville: Orange Peel
09.25 New York, NY: Roseland Ballroom *
10.02 Montreal, Quebec: Le National
10.03 Toronto, Ontario: Opera House
10.05 Cleveland, OH: Beachland Ballroom
10.06 Chicago, IL: Vic Theatre
10.07 Minneapolis, MN: First Ave
10.09 Omaha, NE: Slowdown
10.10 Denver, CO: Ogden
10.11 Aspen, CO: Belly Up
10.12 Salt Lake City, UT: Urban Lounge
10.14 Phoenix, AZ: Marquee
10.15 Los Angeles, CA: Avalon
10.16 San Diego, CA: Soma
10.17 Santa Cruz, CA: Rio Theater
10.18 San Francisco, CA: Treasure Island Festival
10.20 Portland, WA: Crystal Ballroom
10.21 Vancouver, British Columbia: Commodore Ballroom
10.22 Seattle, WA: Showbox SoDo
11.05 Dublin, Ireland: Tripod
11.06 Glasgow, Scotland: ABC
11.07 Manchester, England: Academy 2
11.08 London, England: The Roundhouse
11.10 Bielefeld, Germany: Forum
11.11 Lueven, Belgium: Het Depot
11.12 Amsterdam, Netherlands: Melkweg
11.14 Copenhagen, Denmark: Gray Hall
11.15 Oslo, Norway: Cosmopolite
11.17 Stockholm, Sweden: Kagelbanan
11.18 Lund, Sweden: Mejeriet
11.19 Hamburg, Germany: Markthalle
11.20 Den Hague, Netherlands: Crossing Border Festival
11.22 Dusseldorf, Germany: Zakk
11.23 Berlin, Germany: Postbahnhof
11.25 Katowice, Poland: Hipnoza Club
11.26 Vienna, Austria: Arena
11.30 Paris, France: Bataclan

* with Black Lips
[Pitchfork]

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i'm a big yo la tengo fan. i saw them once in miami a couple of years ago and i was painfully disappointed. i'm going to try to see them again...

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Seen them TONS of times...'round twenty at this point. Some sets have been less good than others but I've never been disappointed. YLT, for me, is one of the most consistently entertaining indie bands out there, along with Lambchop, Giant Sand, Angels of Light, and Animal Collective. Especially when I hold their sets up against the far more celebrated indie or quasi-indie bands like Pavement or, whose live shows veer(ed) towards and (sometimes) far away from brilliance.

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