DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE’S “KINTSUGI” DEBUTS AT #1 ON CURRENT ALTERNATIVE CHART, BAND ANNOUNCES NEW TOUR DATES

Death Cab for Cutie’s eighth studio album, “KINTSUGI” has debuted at #1 on the Current Alternative Chart, #5 on the Current Album chart and #8 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. Additionally, the band has announced a number of new North American tour dates as “KINTSUGI” earns critical acclaim and popular success from all corners.

The newly announced dates include stops in Salt Lake City, UT (July 16th), Manchester, NH (September 10th), Raleigh, NC (September 15th), Pittsburgh, PA (September 17th), Cincinnati, OH (September 18th), Columbus, OH (September 19th), Austin, TX (September 21st), San Diego (September 25th), Santa Barbara, CA (September 26th), Reno, NV (September 28th), Missoula, MT (September 30th), and Spokane, WA (October 1st). Pre-sale tickets will be available to members of Death Cab for Cutie’s official fan club beginning today April 8th; additional pre-sales begin Thursday, April 9th; all remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 10th. For complete details and ticket information, please log on to http://deathcabforcutie.com/shows

DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2015 

APRIL

10        Meza, AZ                     FestivALTAZ @ Quail Run Park

23        Kansas City, MO          Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland * – SOLD OUT

24        Tulsa, OK                     Brady Theatre (KMYZ Birthday Party) – SOLD OUT

25        Frisco, TX                     Edgefest

27        Atlanta, GA                  The Fox Theatre †

29        Nashville, TN               Ryman Auditorium † – SOLD OUT

30        Chicago, IL                  The Chicago Theatre † – SOLD OUT

 

MAY

1          Chicago, IL                  The Chicago Theatre † – SOLD OUT

2          Minneapolis, MN        Carlson Family Stage at Northrop † – SOLD OUT

4          Milwaukee, WI            Riverside Theater †

5          Detroit, MI                  Fox Theatre

7          Toronto, ON                Sony Centre For the Performing Arts † – SOLD OUT

8          Montreal, QC              Metropolis Theatre † – SOLD OUT

9          Portland, ME               State Theatre † – SOLD OUT

10        Camden, NJ                 Susquehanna Bank Center – SOLD OUT

12        Louisville, KY               Iroquois Amphitheater †

13        St Louis, MO                The Pageant † – SOLD OUT

 

JULY

8          Portland, OR               McMenamins Edgefield ‡ – SOLD OUT

9          Bend, OR                     Les Schwab Amphitheatre ‡

11        Berkeley, CA               The Greek Theatre Berkeley ‡

12        Los Angeles, CA           Hollywood Bowl §

15        Morrison, CO              Red Rocks Amphitheatre §

16        Salt Lake City, UT        Twilight Concert Series§

 

SEPTEMBER

10        Manchester, NH          Verizon Wireless Arena

11        Boston, MA                 Blue Hills Bank Pavilion ¶

12        New York, NY              Madison Square Garden ¶

13        Columbia, MD             Merriweather Post Pavilion ¶

15        Raleigh, NC                 Red Hat Amphitheater //

17        Pittsburgh, PA             Stage AE //

18        Cincinnati, OH             PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center //

19        Columbus, OH             LC Pavilion //

21        Austin, TX                    ACL Live at The Moody Theater //

25        San Diego, CA             Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre

26        Santa Barbara, CA      Santa Barbara Bowl **

28        Reno, NV                     Grand Sierra Theatre**

30        Missoula, MT              Adams Center

 

OCTOBER

1          Spokane, WA               INB Performing Arts Center

3          Seattle, WA                 Paramount Theatre †† – SOLD OUT

4          Seattle, WA                 Paramount Theatre – SOLD OUT

5          Seattle, WA                 Paramount Theatre ‡‡

 

w/Say Hi *

w/The Antlers †

w/Built To Spill ‡

w/TUnE-YArDs §

w/Explosions In The Sky ¶

w/Twin Shadow //

w/Best Coast **

w/Unlikely Friends ††

w/Cataldo ‡‡

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