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Pavement - Reunion Tour (video / tour dates)

Indie rock's most eagerly awaited sentimental journey arrives stateside as Pavement plays two performances the next few days in southern California, with more to come from coast-to-coast this summer and fall. The reviews floating around the blogosphere have raved about the first reunion shows in New Zealand and Australia, but you'd expect that from fans who've been waiting over a decade for this to happen. What's lost in the haze of nostalgia is that Pavement was a notoriously frustrating and sometimes diffident live act, though, at the very least, the set lists this go-around have definitely been crowd pleasers. Check out for yourself this edited sampler of songs from the March 1st show in Auckland, New Zealand, one of the few YouTube fan videos that's not rendered unwatchable by a pogoing camera hand or audience sing-alongs.

TOUR DATES

Thu Apr 15, 2010 -- Fox Theater -- Pomona, CA

Sun Apr 18, 2010 -- Coachella Festival -- Indio, CA

Tue May 04, 2010 -- Dublin -- Tripod SOLD OUT


Wed May 05, 2010 -- Glasgow -- Barrowland Ballroom SOLD OUT


Fri May 07, 2010 -- Paris -- Le Zenith


Sat May 08, 2010 -- Amsterdam -- Paradiso


Mon May 10, 2010 -- London -- Brixton Academy


Tue May 11, 2010 -- London -- Brixton Academy SOLD OUT


Wed May 12, 2010 -- London -- Brixton Academy SOLD OUT


Thu May 13, 2010 -- London -- Brixton Academy SOLD OUT


Fri May 14, 2010 -- Minehead, West Somerset -- All Tomorrow's Parties SOLD OUT


Sat May 15, 2010 -- Minehead, West Somerset -- All Tomorrow's Parties SOLD OUT


Sun May 16, 2010 -- Minehead, West Somerset -- All Tomorrow's Parties SOLD OUT


Tue May 18, 2010 -- Brussels -- Ancienne Belgique SOLD OUT


Wed May 19, 2010 -- Berlin -- Astra


Thu May 20, 2010 -- Praha -- Palac Akropolis


Fri May 21, 2010 -- Vienna -- Arena


Sat May 22, 2010 -- Munich -- Muffathalle


Mon May 24, 2010 -- Rome -- Atlantico


Tue May 25, 2010 -- Bologna -- Estragon


Fri May 28, 2010 -- Barcelona -- Primavera Festival

Sun May 30, 2010 -- George, WA -- Sasquatch Music Festival

Sat June 19, 2010 -- Toronto, ON -- Olympic Island

Fri June 25, 2010 -- Berkeley, CA -- Greek Theatre

Sun Jul 04, 2010 -- Roskilde -- Roskilde Festival


Sun Jul 18, 2010 -- Chicago, IL -- Pitchfork Festival

Thu Aug 12, 2010 -- Oslo -- Oyafestival


Sat Aug 14, 2010 -- Gothenburg –--Way Out West Festival

Thu Sep 09, 2010 -- Broomfield, CO -- 1st Bank Center

Sat Sep 11, 2010 -- Kansas City, MO -- Uptown Theater

Sun Sep 12, 2010 -- St. Paul, MN -- Roy Wilkins Auditorium

Sat Sep 18, 2010 -- Boston, MA -- Agganis Arena 


Tue Sep 21, 2010 -- New York, NY -- Central Park Summerstage SOLD OUT


Wed Sep 22, 2010 -- New York, NY -- Central Park Summerstage SOLD OUT


Thu Sep 23, 2010 -- New York, NY -- Central Park Summerstage SOLD OUT


Fri Sep 24, 2010 -- New York, NY -- Central Park Summerstage SOLD OUT

Sun Sep 26, 2010 -- Atlanta, GA -- The Tabernacle

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