Belle & Sebastian Extend US Tour Ahead of Album Release
Added on 14th January 2015

As they prepare for the worldwide release of their new album, ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’ next week and in a week that has them trending on Twitter with their BBC 6Music takeover and recording two new radio sessions for the BBC, Belle and Sebastian have announced additional dates for their US tour this spring.

The full list of dates currently confirmed is:

26th – Laneway Festival, Auckland, New Zealand
28th – The Tivoli, Brisbane, Australia
29th – Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia
31st – Taronga Zoo, Sydney, Australia
1st – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Australia
3rd – Astor Theatre, Perth, Australia
10th – Asia World Arena, Hong Kong, China
12th – AX Club, Seoul, Korea
16th – Hostess Club Taipei @ Legacy, Taipei, Taiwan
21st – Hostess Club Weekender, Studio Coast, Tokyo
30th – House of Blues, Boston, MA, USA
1st – Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada
2nd – Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak, MI, USA
3rd – Riviera, Chicago, IL, USA
4th – Overture Hall, Madison, WI, USA
7th – Paramount Ballroom, Seattle, WA, USA
8th – Vogue Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada
9th – Roseland, Portland, OR, USA
11th – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA, USA
12th – Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA, USA
14th – Mondavi Center, Davis, CA, USA
17th – The North Park Theatre, San Diego, CA, USA
18th – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA, USA
3rd – St. David’s, Cardiff, UK
4th – Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
5th – Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
7th – Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK
8th – Open, Norwich, UK
10th – Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
11th – Westminster Central Hall, London, UK
12th – Westminster Central Hall, London, UK
14th – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
15th – Albert Hall, Manchester, UK
16th – City Hall, Newcastle, UK
18th – Opera House, Buxton, UK
19th – City Hall, Leeds, UK
22nd – Hydro Arena, Glasgow (with the Scottish Festival Orchestra), UK
24th – Sound City, Liverpool, UK
9th – Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA, USA
10th – Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY, USA
11th – Echostage, Washington, DC, USA
14th – LC Pavilion, Columbus, OH, USA
17th – Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO, USA
18th – Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, MO, USA
2nd-4th – ATP Iceland, Keflavik, Iceland

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