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The Replacements announce first live dates in 22 years

The Replacements announce first live dates in 22 years

The Replacements have announced three shows - their first dates in 22 years.

The band have confirmed headlining slots at three Riot Fests in Toronto (August 24 - 25), Chicago (September 13 - 15), and Denver (September 21 - 22).

Last year, Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson reunited to record a four-song EP, Songs For Slim, to raise money for former Replacements guitarist Slim Dunlap, who had suffered a stroke.

Westerberg and Stinson are also confirmed for the line-up scheduled to play Riot Fest. Their last show was on July 4, 1991 in Chicago.

Other bands scheduled to play Riot Fest include Iggy & the Stooges, Public Enemy, Flag and Rocket From The Crypt.

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