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Das Racist’s new single “Michael Jackson” dropped yesterday and their new album, Relax, is due on September 13th. So, what is left but a tour, right? Right!
Das Racist will begin their proper swing through North America on August 7th in Philadelphia with a series of festival dates before embarking on a full fall tour on September 28th in Boston. The rap group will travel down the east coast and then head out west, winding-up in Portland in November. Check out the full list of dates below.
Das Racist tourdates:
08-07 Philadelphia, PA – Mad Decent Block Party @ Philadelphia Art Museum
08-27 Brooklyn, NY – Afropunk Festival @ Commodore Barry Park
08-28 St. Louis, MO – LouFest @ Forest Park
09-04 Seattle, WA – Bumbershoot Festival
09-12 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom @#
09-28 Boston, MA – Middle East @#
09-29 New Haven, CT – Toad’s Place @#
09-30 Providence, RI – The Met @#
10-01 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club @#
10-04 Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theater @#
10-05 Atlanta, GA – The Loft @#
10-06 St. Petersburg, FL – State Theatre @#
10-07 Orlando, FL – Firestone Live @#
10-09 Miami, FL – Langerado Festival
10-10 Tallahassee, FL – The Engine Room @#
10-11 New Orleans, LA – Howlin’ Wolf @#
10-13 Nashville, TN – Exit/In @#
10-15 Louisville, KY – Headliner’s @#
10-17 Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue @#
10-19 Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon @#
10-20 Chicago, IL – Reggie’s Rock Bar @#
10-21 Iowa City, IW – Blue Moose @#
10-22 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater @#
10-26 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s @#
10-27 San Marcos, TX – Texas Music Theater @#
10-28 Austin, TX – Emo’s Alternative Lounge @#
11-01 Phoenix, AZ – The Crescent Ballroom @#
11-03 Los Angeles, CA -The Roxy Theatre @#
11-04 Oakland, CA – THe Shattuck Down Low @#
11-07 Portland, OR – Branx @#
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