Passion Pit’s Manners garnered them a whole lot of indie love and hype, but in the ruthless, ever-advancing nature of buzz music, it’s been quite a while since 2009’s Manners. The band has, at last, returned with a date for their sophomore album, Gossamer, as well as a supporting tour. Check out the tour dates below, and look out for the album July 24th.
05-01 Geneva, NY – Smith Opera House
05-04 West Palm Beach, FL – SunFest
06-02 Dallas, TX – Meltdown Music Festival
06-22 Boston, MA – Bank of America Pavilion
06-23 New York, NY – The Governors Ball Music Festical
07-15 Cincinnati, OH – Bunbury Music Festival
07-20 Dover, DE – Firefly Music Festival
08-03 Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
08-05 Montreal, Quebec – Osheaga Music Festival
08-07 Morrison, CO – Red Rocks &
08-10 San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands Music Festival
08-18 Tokyo, Japan – Summer Sonic
08-19 Osaka, Japan – Summer Sonic
08-21 Esplanade, Singapore – Esplanade Concert
08-24 Reading, England – Reading Festival
08-25 Leeds, England – Leeds Festival
09-09 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl *
* with Hot Chip
& with Justice
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