Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter Head Out on US Tour in September with the Sadies

by PopMatters Staff

30 August 2011

 

Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter have just announced a batch of new tour dates, including a set of East Coast appearances with the Sadies, which sounds like a dream line-up. Their latest album, Marble Son,  released in early August, which we labeled as PopMatters Pick with an 8 rating. Tour dates after the jump.


  
TOUR DATES
9/28 – Boise, ID / Alive After Five Concert Series (Free Show)
9/30 – Kennewick, WA / The Red Room
10/1 – Pullman, WA / The BellTower
10/2 – Portland, OR / Mississippi Studios
11/4 - Champaign, IL / Highdive
11/5 - Bloomington, IN / The Bishop
11/6 - Ames, IA / Maintenance Shop
11/7 - Minneapolis, MN / 7th Street Entry
11/8 - Chicago, IL / Empty Bottle, w/ Buffalo Killers (Presented by Sailor Jerry)
11/9 - Detroit, MI / Magic Stick, w/ Crooked Fingers
11/10 - Toronto, ON / The Drake Hotel
11/11 – Buffalo, NY / Ninth Ward, co-headline w/ The Sadies
11/12 – Ithaca, NY / Castaway’s, co-headline w/ The Sadies
11/13 – Hartford, CT / Wadsworth Atheneum, co-headline w/ The Sadies
11/15 - NYC / Bowery Ballroom, co-headline w/ The Sadies
11/16 - Philadelphia, PA / North Star Bar, co-headline w/ The Sadies
11/17 – Arlington, VA / Iota, co-headline w/ The Sadies
11/18 – Cincinnati, OH / MOTR, w/ Buffalo Killers
11/20 – Nashville, TN / Exit In, w/ Buffalo Killers
11/22 – St. Louis, MO / Old Rock House
11/25 – Denver, CO / Hi Dive
11/26 – SLC, UT / Urban Lounge

 

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