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Crowded House beginning U.S. tour in August

Reunited rock trio Crowded House will tour North America for the first time in more than 10 years, beginning August 4 in Northampton, Mass.

The tour runs through mid-September and includes a previously announced appearance at Seattle’s annual Bumbershoot festival on September 1.

The tour will promote the Neil Finn-led band’s forthcoming album “Time on Earth,” to be released July 10 via Dave

Matthews’ ATO label. The group, with new drummer Matt Sherrod subbing for the late Paul Hester, played the Coachella festival in southern California last month.

Here are Crowded House’s tour dates:

  • August 4: Northampton, Mass. (Calvin Theatre)
  • August 5: Boston (Bank of American Pavilion)
  • August 6: Philadelphia (Mann Center for Performing Arts)
  • August 8-9: New York (Beacon Theatre)
  • August 11: Montreal (St. Denis)
  • August 13: Toronto (Massey Hall)
  • August 14: Ann Arbor, Mich. (Michigan Theatre)
  • August 17: Milwaukee (Pabst Theater)
  • August 18: Chicago (House of Blues)
  • August 20: Kansas City, Mo. (Uptown Theatre)
  • August 22: Denver (Fillmore)
  • August 24: San Diego (Humphrey’s)
  • August 25: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
  • August 26: Oakland, Calif. (Paramount Theatre of the Arts)
  • August 28: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
  • August 29-30: Saratoga, Calif. (Mountain Winery)
  • September 1: Seattle (Bumbershoot Festival)
  • September 2: Portland, Ore. (Arlene Schnitzer Hall)
  • September 3: Vancouver (Orpheum Theatre)
  • September 5: Calgary, Alberta (Southern Alberta Jubilee
  • September 6: Edmonton, Alberta (Northern Alberta Jubilee
  • September 8: Winnipeg, Manitoba (Winnipeg Concert Hall)
  • September 9: Minneapolis (Orpheum Theatre)
  • September 11: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
  • September 12: Atlanta (Tabernacle) 
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