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Plus Kele takes your questions for live web chat!

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Bloc Party have announced a number of tour dates in Canada following on from their appearance at V festival in Toronto.

The band will play shows in Edmonton, Calgary and Fredricton before heading for a show in Halifax and then Montreal.

In addition to the short US run, they will hit up V Festival in Toronto on September 6.

The band are currently working on the follow-up to 2007’s ‘A Weekend In The City’.

Bloc Party’s frontman, Kele Okereke will be answering questions from fans during a live web chat on Friday June 6 at 11am. See the Any Questions Answered website for details.

The tour dates are:

Pomona, CA Glass House (July 28)
Los Angeles, CA Mayan Theatre (29)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (30)
Chicago, IL Lollapalooza Festival (August 1)
Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore at TLA (5)
New York, NY Webster Hall (6,7)
V Festival Baltimore (August 9)
Highfield Festival, Hohenfelden (15)
Marlay Park, Dublin (21)
Reading Festival Reading (23)
Leeds Festival Leeds (24)
Toronto, Ontario V Festival (September 6)
Edmonton Events Centre, Edmonton (September 9)
MacEwan Hall, Calgary (10)
Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival, Fredricton (13)
The Marquee Club, Halifax (14)
Metropolis, Montreal (17)

See www.blocparty.com for details.

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