TOUR DATES: M83 Adds 2012 North American Dates

Here’s another tour announcement from a band whose latest album is definitely on my list of favorites for 2011: M83 (album: Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming). After selling out a bunch of US dates in 2011, M83 announced they’ll be returning to North American in 2012. Unfortunately, I was unable to catch them at their recent NYC shows, but I keep hearing great things about their live show and I can really see these songs translating well to the concert setting.

M83 2012 Tour Dates:

January
01/12 Club Nokia – Los Angeles (Sold Out)
01/13 Club Nokia – Los Angeles (Sold Out)

April
04/22 The Fillmore – San Francisco
04/23 The Fillmore – San Francisco
04/25 Roseland Theatre – Portland
04/26 The Neptune – Seattle
04/27 Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, Canada
04/29 In The Venue – Salt Lake City
04/30 Ogden Theatre – Denver

May
05/01 Granada Theater – Lawrence
05/02 The Pageant – St Louis
05/04 The Vic – Chicago
05/05 The Majestic Theatre – Detroit
05/06 Sound Academy – Toronto, Canada
05/07 Town Ballroom – Buffalo
05/09 House of Blues – Boston
05/10 Terminal 5 – New York
05/11 Union Transfer – Philadelphia
05/12 9:30 Club – Washington
05/14 Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta
05/15 Marathon Music Works – Nashville
05/17 House Of Blues – Houston
05/18 Stubb’s Waller Creek – Austin
05/19 Granada Theater – Dallas

For other dates and ticketing info, hit up the M83 site. Unfortunately, it looks like the site is a bit vague on specific on-sale dates so far, except for NYC which is confirmed for this Friday (12/9) at 12PM ET.

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  • Wesley Hodges

    The old Nashville to Houston NOLA passover. Oldest touring trick in the book. Hurts every time.