Belle and Sebastian Announce New North American Tour Dates for July

Includes Shows in Charlottesville, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto, and More

Feb 12, 2019
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Scotland's Belle and Sebastian have announced some new North American tour dates for this summer. They go down in July and include shows in Charlottesville, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto, Montreal, Cleveland, and more. Check them all out below. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

In late 2017 and early 2018 Belle and Sebastian released three interconnected EPs via Matador, all titled How to Solve Your Human Problems. How to Solve Your Human Problems Part 1 came out in December 2017, Part 2 came out in January 2018, and Part 3 came out in February 2018. Then all three EPs were collected in a vinyl box set and CD compilation that also came out in February 2018. Then last May the band announced The Boaty Weekender, a floating festival to set sale from Barcelona to Sardinia and back again on August 8-12, 2019. Its initial lineup was announced in September and includes Camera Obscura, Tracyanne & Danny, Mogwai, Honeyblood, and Django Django. Also setting sail are Alvvays, The Buzzcocks, Japanese Breakfast, HINDS, Kelly Lee Owens, Nilüfer Yanya, and Whyte Horses.

Read our interview with Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch on How to Solve Your Human Problems.

Read our review of How to Solve Your Human Problems.

Belle and Sebastian Tour Dates:

07-11 Charlottesville, VA - Sprint Pavilion #
07-12 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
07-13 Boston, MA - House of Blues #
07-15 Montreal, Quebec - M Telus
07-16 Toronto, Ontario - Danforth Music Hall %
07-18 Pittsburgh, PA - The Warhol at Carnegie Music Hall %
07-19 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues %
07-21 Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre

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