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Published: 2012/04/20

Blitzen Trapper Announces Dates

Blitzen Trapper will hit the road this summer in support of their latest release, American Goldwing. The tour, which kicks-off at Sasquatch Festival in George, WA on May 26, will wrap up at Pickathon in Happy Valley, OR on August 5. Blitzen Trapper will also support Wilco from June 25-July 2. Please see below for a full list of tour dates.

Blitzen Trapper Tour Dates

Apr. 28 Silverton, OR—Oregon Garden Brewfest
May 26 George, WA—Sasquatch Music Festival
May 29 Denver, CO—Bluebird
May 30 Lincoln, NE—Bourbon Theatre
May 31 Kansas City, MO—Riot Room
Jun. 01 Ozark, AR—Wakarusa Festival
Jun. 02 Oklahoma City, OK—ACM@UCO Performance Lab
Jun. 04 Santa Fe, NM—Sol Santa Fe
Jun. 05 Flagstaff, AZ—The Green Room
Jun. 06 Pioneertown, CA—Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown
Jun. 09 Petaluma, CA—Mystic Theatre
Jun. 25 Salt Lake City, UT—Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre (*)
Jun. 26 Boise, ID—Idaho Botanical Garden Outlaw Field (*)
Jun. 28 Missoula, MT—Big Sky Brewing Company (*)
Jul. 01 Duluth, MN—Bayfront Festival Park (*)
Jul. 02 Rochester, MN—Mayo Civic Center Auditorium (*)
Jul. 05 Victor, ID—Victor City Park Thursday Music on Main Series
Jul 07 Winnipeg, MB—Folk Festival
Jul. 08 Minneapolis, MN—First Avenue
Jul. 09 Chicago, IL—Lincoln Hall
Jul. 13 South Burlington, VT—Higher Ground
Jul. 14 New York, NY—Stuyvesant Town Oval
Jul. 15 Brooklyn, NY—Music Hall of Williamsburg
Jul. 17 Alexandria, VA—The Birchmere
Jul. 27 Newport, RI—Newport Folk Festival
Aug. 03-05 Happy Valley, OR—Pickathon Festival

(*) = w/ WIlco


There are 2 comments associated with this post

Noor August 9, 2012, 17:08:38

I absolutely adore this comic.Yes, the lulls in beetwen are long, but I for one have no issues with them. The spaces beetwen pages makes them seem almost like a gift, like something special that should be savored, and that’s what this comic is.I studied the way you color and line your pages, as well as how you use facial expressions, and I have to say, it’s helped me a great deal in my own artwork. The almost casual grace some of the characters seem to have is amazing, and how you translate each personality through their body language is just astounding.Thankyou so much for producing this wonderful work of art, and I will always check back for updates until the day it reaches it end. I will never leave The Meek. It is far too good.I appreciate all the work you do, dear. I hope you feel better soon, and that all your health problems will clear up without too much trouble.Get well!-Vee

Garima August 11, 2012, 17:46:12

Seriously, don’t sweat them. Real life gets in the way and all you can do is compromise it with what you want and what you need to do. Some peploe don’t seem to understand that. Or maybe they do and just don’t care and think that you’re doing them a service instead of just wanting to share a story with them on your own free time. Keyword being free time .I am amazed at the amount of sheer entitlement peploe have in this day and age. Not just for webcomics but for just about any form of entertainment media. I’m sick of hearing peploe demanding that things go their way at the expense of what the creator intended just because they didn’t like it. Seriously, those type of peploe need a life, preferably one away from the keyboard. All in all I’m glad you’re doing better and that you got job and I just hope you’ll be able to continue to share your story with us, rather the updates be late or on time. :)

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