The Hold Steady expand tour of North America

Group add extra dates in September and October

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The Hold Steady have expanded their upcoming tour of North America.

Beginning in Seattle, Washington on August 18, the group have added a series of extra shows to their touring schedule in both September and October.

The band are playing in support of [url=http://www.nme.com/news/the-hold-steady/49891]their fifth studio album, ‘Heaven Is Whenever’, which was released in May[/url].

The Hold Steady will play the following:

Seattle, WA Showbox At The Market (August 18)
Vancouver, British Columbia Vogue Theatre (19)
Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom (20)
Eugene, OR W.O.W. Hall (21)
Chico, CA Senator Theatre (23)
Santa Cruz, CA The Catalyst (24)
Costa Mesa, CA Detroit Bar (25)
Pomona, CA Glass House (26)
Santa Barbara, CA Velvet Jones (27)
Richmond, VA The National (September 20)
Nashville, TN Exit / In (21)
Oxford, MS The Lyric Oxford (22)
Little Rock, AK Revolution Music Room (23)
New Orleans, LA Republic New Orleans (24)
Birmingham, AL WorkPlay Soundstage (25)
Charleston, SC Music Farm (27)
Asheville, NC The Orange Peel (28)
Lexington, KY Buster’s Billiards & Backroom (29)
Indianapolis, IN The Vogue (30)
Chicago, IL Vic Theatre (October 1)
Newport, KY The Southgate House (2)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (4)
Philadelphia, PA Trocadero (5)
Boston, MA Royale Nightclub (6)
New York, NY Beacon Theatre (7)
Halifax, Nova Scotia Pop Explosion Fest (22)


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