If you live on the Eastern side of these great states you might well have missed Los Campesinos! when they did a whistlestop tour around those parts last November promoting the release of Hello Sadness. If so, you may well have been disappointed – but fear not, for these boystrous Welshmen are returning! They have a whole host of dates running through June, and if you can go to see them at one of them, we highly recommend it. Dates are below.
June 16 PLUSH, ST, LOUIS, MO (18+)
June 17 HEADLINERS MUSIC HALL, LOUISVILLE KY (18+)
June 19 THE ORANGE PEEL, ASHEVILLE NC (18+)
June 20 THE NATIONAL, RICHMOND VA (21+)
June 21 MAXWELL’S, HOBOKEN NJ (ALL AGES)
June 22 LE POISSON ROUGE, NEW YORK NY (ALL AGES)
June 23 BROOKLYN BOWL, BROOKLYN NY (21+)
June 24 BRILLOBOX, PITTSBURGH PA (21+)
June 26 OTTOBAR, BALTIMORE MD (ALL AGES)
June 27 CAT’S CRADLE, CARRBORO NC (ALL AGES)
June 28 MASQUERADE, ATLANTA GA (ALL AGES)
June 29 BEACHMAN THEATRE, ORLANDO FL (ALL AGES)
June 30 BARDOT, MIAMI FL (21+)
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