Andrew Bird Kicks Off a Packed Touring Schedule in July

by PopMatters Staff

27 June 2012


Andrew Bird has been super busy this year plugging his new album, Break It Yourself, which has him playing dates from July through October. Bird has also made a bunch of TV appearances to support the record that we highlight below (videos and tour dates after the jump).
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The Colbert Report

July 8         Fifth Third Bank Ballpark         Geneva, IL*
July 10         North Carolina Museum of Art         Raleigh, NC†
July 11         Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden         Richmond, VA†
July 13         Stage AE         Pittsburgh, PA‡
July 14         Forecastle Festival         Louisville, KY
July 15         Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park         Grand Rapids, MI
July 16         Artpark         Lewiston, NY
July 18         Theatre De Verdure at Parc LaFontaine         Montreal, QC
July 19         Echo Beach         Toronto, ON
July 20         Higher Ground         Shelburne, VT
July 21         Hope Artiste Village Courtyard         Pawtucket, RI
July 27         Soundtown Festival         Somerset, WI
August 10         Outside Lands         San Francisco, CA
August 11         The Spreckels Theatre         San Diego, CA
August 12         The Greek Theatre         Los Angeles, CA
August 14         Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre         Salt Lake City, UT
August 15         Chautauqua Auditorium         Boulder, CO
August 17         Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre         Denver, CO
August 18         Jackson Hole Center for the Arts         Jackson, WY
August 20         Peter Kiewit Concert Hall         Omaha, NE
August 21         Simon Estes Amphitheatre         Des Moines, IA
September 26         Overture Hall         Madison, WI§
September 27         Midpoint Music Festival         Cincinnati, OH§
September 29         Singletary Center         Lexington, KY§
September 30         Murat Theatre         Indianapolis, IN§
October 1         Orange Peel         Asheville, NC§
October 2         Neighborhood Theatre         Charlotte, NC§
October 4         Tennessee Theater         Knoxville, TN§
October 5         Georgia Theater         Athens, GA§
October 6         Charleston Music Hall         Charleston, SC§
October 8         Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason Theater         Miami Beach, FL§
October 9         Ferguson Hall at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts         Tampa, FL§
October 10         House of Blues         Orlando, FL§
October 12         House of Blues         Houston, TX§
October 13         Austin City Limits Festival         Austin, TX

* with Wilco
† with Mavis Staples
‡ with Death Cab For Cutie
§ with Here We Go Magic

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