Vampire Hands announce spring 2009 tour dates
The future gets brighter every day for Vampire Hands-- by this time next year, they might have to trade in their Blue Blockers on some welding goggles.
One would be extraordinarily wise to catch them with Black Lips on March 16 at the Turf Club, because after that, it's straight to SXSW, and onwards on a coast to coast sojourn with the San Diego based noise punk Wavves, who's 2008 debut has been getting kind attention from all the expected places (Pitchfork), and even a few unexpected places (ABC News).
San Diego noiser Wavves will accompany Vampire Hands on their journey.
VAMPIRE HANDS SPRING 2009 TOUR DATES
3.22.09 Dallas, TX- SXSFlesh @the Lounge on Elm St. w/ Young Widows, WAVVES, Thee Oh Sees, My Disco, Women, the Coathanggers, Trash Talk, Abe Vigoda, Pterodactyl, Sleepy Sun, the Fresh Only, Howl, and Juarez.
3.23.09 Knoxville, TN- The Piolt Light
3.24.09 Chapel Hill, NC- Nightlight
3.25.09 Harrisonburg, VA- The Blue Nile
3.26.09 Baltimore, MD- The Zodiac
3.27.09 Philadelphia, PA,- The Marvelous Music
3.28.09 New York, NY- Cake Shop
3.29.09 Brooklyn, NY- Market Hotel
3.30.09 Rochester, NY-The Bug Jar
3.31.09 Toronto, ON- Sneaky Dee's
4.01.09 Detroit, MI- Magic Stick
4.03.09 Chicago, IL- Empty Bottle
4.04.09 Milwaukee, WI- The Project Lodge
4.05.09 Minneapolis, MN- 7th St. Entry
4.06.09 Fargo, ND- Aquarium
4.08.09 Olympia, WA- The Northern
4.09.09 Seattle, WA- The Funhouse
4.11.09 Portland, OR- Holocene
4.12.09 Davis, CA- DAM House
4.13.09 San Francisco, CA-Bottom of the Hill
4.15.09 Los Angeles, CA- The Echo
4.16.09 Irvine, CA- Acrobatics Everyday
4.17.09 San Diego, CA- Casbah
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