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HAIM Announce North American Fall Tour Dates


American rock group Haim have revealed a number of performance dates in support of their upcoming record Something to Tell You, which lands in stores July 7 via Polydor Records.

With a late-summer gig on August 19 at Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach, California, the official fall tour kick-off begins September 3 at Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle, Washington. Hitting up a handful of major cities across North America, such as Portland, Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago, and Las Vegas, Haim will bring the tour to an end on October 22 in Phoenix, Arizona at Lost Lake Music Festival.

In the meantime, Haim (consisting of sisters Este on bass, Danielle on guitar and lead vocals, Alana on guitar and keys, and drummer Dash Hutton) have released three singles from Something to Tell You including “Right Now,” “Want You Back,” and “Night So Long.”

According to Amplify, “Ticket presale opens at 10 a.m. local time Wednesday (June 28) on Songkick, with the general on-sale at 10 a.m. Friday (June 30) on HAIM’s website.”

Hailing from Los Angeles, the trio got their start in 2007, but did not release their debut album Days Are Gone until 2013. Back in 2014, TIME interviewed the band and inquired about the craziest thing  that might have ever happened to them on tour.

Alana Haim said, “Nothing really crazy happens on tours! The craziest part is that we’re in the U.S. Is that weird? We haven’t been in the U.S. for like two years because we’ve been in Europe. When we were getting ready to do this tour, I was like, ‘I hope people still remember who we are!’ But we’re pretty subdued on tour. We’re not a big crazy band.”

Haim performs “Want You Back” this Thursday, June 29, on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on NBC.

Tour dates are as follows:

August 19 – Long Beach, CA @ Queen Mary Events Park

September 3 – Seattle, WA @ Bumbershoot Festival

September 4 – Vancouver, BC @ Malkin Bowl

September 5 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

September 7 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater

September 9 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Arlington Theatre

September 10 – Dana Point, CA @ Ohana Music and Arts Festival

September 12 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre

September 13 – Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre

September 15 – Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theater

September 16-17 – Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown

September 24 – Las Vegas, NV @ Life Is Beautiful Festival

October 20-22 – Phoenix, AZ @ Lost Lake Music Festival

Photos: Getty


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