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Published: 2013/06/24

Vampire Weekend Add Fall Shows

Vampire Weekend has just added ten dates to their 2013 fall tour. The band, which is on tour in support of their latest album, Modern Vampires of the City, will kick off their tour at Glastonbury Festival June 26-30 before heading through Europe on their way to The States.

Along with previously announced dates including Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center and Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl, Vampire Weekend have added shows at Philadelphia’s Mann Center on September 19, Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on October 7 and Phoenix’s Comerica Theater on September 27, just to name a few. Sky Ferreira, Solange and Beirut will accompany Vampire Weekend at select shows. A complete list of their fall tour dates can be found below.

Vampire Weekend 2013 Tour Dates

 June 26-30 Pilton, UK—Glastonbury Festival
June 27 Bournemouth, UK—O2 Academy Bournemouth
June 28 Portsmouth, UK—Portsmouth Guildhall
July 2 Cologne, Germany—E-Werk
July 3 Munich, Germany—Tonhalle
July 4-7 Werchter, Belgium—Rock Werchter
July 6 London, UK—Olympic Park
July 7 Amsterdam, The Netherlands—De Wereld Draait Buiten
July 9 Cholet, France—Poupet Festival
July 12 Lisbon, Portugal—Optimus Alive
July 13 Bilbao, Spain—BBK Live
July 14 Aix-Les-Bains, France—Musilac Festival
July 16 Berlin, Germany—Tempodrom
July 17 Hamburg, Germany—Grosse Freiheit
July 19 Lewes, UK—Gentlemen of the Road Lewes Stopover
July 20 Dublin, Ireland—Longitude Festival
August 4 Chicago, IL—Lollapalooza
August 5 Minneapolis, MN—Orpheum Theatre
August 7 Calgary, AB—Southern Alberta Jubilee
August 9 Squamish, BC—Squamish Music Festival
August 11 San Francisco, CA—Outside Lands Festival
September 5 Ottawa, ON—Ottawa Folk Festival 
September 7 Boston, MA—Boston Calling
September 19 Philadelphia, PA—Skyline Stage at The Mann Center
September 20 Brooklyn, NY—Barclay’s Center  
September 23 Columbus, OH—The LC Pavillion  
September 24 St. Louis, MO—The Pageant
September 25 Fayetteville, AR—Arkansas Music Pavillion
September 27 Phoenix, AZ—Comerica Theatre
September 28 Los Angeles, CA—Hollywood Bowl
September 30 San Diego, CA—SDSU Open Air Theatre
October 1 Tucson, AZ—Rialto Theatre
October 2 Albuquerque, NM—Kiva Auditorium
October 5 Tulsa, OK—The Brady Theater
October 7 Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
October 8 Kansas City, MO—Midland Theater
October 10 Grand Prairie, TX—Verizon Theater
October 13 Mexico, City, MX—Corona Capital Festival

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