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BLACK KEYS HIT THE "HI" ROAD

The Black Keys will play a 31-date arena tour of North America from September through November, stopping in Nashville on 10/1, Brooklyn on 10/14 and Los Angeles on 11/19.

The tour announcement lacks a confirmation of a reported appearance at the Woodstock 50 festival in August.

The Let's Rock Tour follows the recent release of a new track, "Lo/Hi" (Nonesuch Records), the first new music from the band since their 2014 album, Turn Blue. Can they reinvigorate the fanbase after being away for awhile? 

Modest Mouse will provide support on all dates, and Shannon & The Clams, repeat repeat, and Jessy Wilson will each open select shows. Tickets go on sale on 3/22 with presales beginning Tuesday; registration for Ticketmaster's Verified Fan is open now.

Their first gig is a headline slot at the Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas.

The Black Keys Tour Dates 

9/21 - Las Vegas, Life Is Beautiful

9/23 - Denver, Pepsi Center

9/24 - Kansas City, Sprint Center

9/25 - St. Louis, Enterprise Center

9/27 - Chicago, United Center

9/28 - Minneapolis, Target Center

9/30 - Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena

10/01 - Nashville, Bridgestone Arena

10/02 - Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena

10/04 - Milwaukee, Fiserv Forum

10/05 - Detroit, Little Caesars Arena

10/07 - Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena

10/08 - Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena

10/09 - Toronto, Scotiabank Arena

10/11 - Boston, TD Garden

10/12 - Washington, D.C., The Anthem

10/14 - Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Arena

10/15 - Brooklyn, Barclays Center

11/05 - Sunrise, Fla., BB&T Center

11/06 - Orlando, Amway Center

11/08 - Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena

11/09 - Atlanta, State Farm Arena

11/12 - Houston, Toyota Center

11/13 - Austin, Frank Erwin Center

11/14 - Fort Worth, Dickies Arena

11/16 - Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena

11/17 - San Diego, Pechanga Arena

11/19 - Los Angeles, The Forum

11/20 - San Francisco,  TBA

11/22 - Portland, Moda Center

11/23 - Tacoma,  Tacoma Dome

11/24 - Vancouver, B.C., Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

 

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