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Cursive Hit the Road

Cursive, signed to Conor Oberst’s Saddle Creek label, is preparing to kick off a three-month tour in support of their forthcoming full-length album, Happy Hollow, which features the work of Nate Wolcott (Bright Eyes, Head of Femur) on the horn arrangements. To promote their follow-up to 2003’s The Ugly Organ, the band will hit cities across the U.S., beginning Sept. 22 in Fargo, ND and finishing up Nov.27 in Tulsa, OK.

Cursive Tour Dates:
9/22, Fargo, ND (Playmakers Pavilion)
9/23, Minneapolis, MN (First Avenue)
9/24, Milwaukee, WI (Pabst Theatre)
9/25, Chicago, IL (Metro)
9/26, Detroit, MI (Majestic Theatre)
9/27, Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)
9/28, Buffalo, NY (The Icon)
9/29, Philadelphia, PA (Starlight Ballroom)
9/30, Boston, MA (Somerville Theatre)
10/01, New York, NY (Webster Hall)
10/02, Sayreville, NJ (Starland Ballroom)
10/03, Washington, DC (9:30)
10/04, Pittsburgh, PA (Club Zoo)
10/05, Newport, KY (Southgate House)
10/06, Nashville, TN (City Hall)
10/07, St. Louis, MO (Mississippi Nights)
10/15, Denver, CO (Ogden Theatre)
10/17, Salt Lake City, UT (Club Sound)
10/18, Boise, ID (The Venue)
10/20, Seattle, WA (Neumo’s)
10/21, Portland, OR (Roseland Ballroom)
10/23, San Francisco, CA (The Fillmore)
10/26, Los Angeles, CA (Avalon)
10/27, San Diego, CA (House of Blues)
10/28, Pomona, CA (Glass House)
10/29, Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues)
10/31, Tempe, AZ (Marquee Theatre)
11/01, Tucson, AZ (Rialto Theatre)
11/03, Colorado Springs, CO (The Black Sheep)
11/11, Columbia, MO (The Blue Note)
11/12, Memphis, TN (The Complex)
11/13, Birmingham, AL (Bottletree)
11/14, Atlanta, GA (Variety Theatre)
11/16, Charlottesville, VA (Satellite Ballroom)
11/17, Charlotte, NC (Tremont Music Hall)
11/18, Carrboro, NC (Cats Cradle)
11/20, Tallahassee, FL (Florida State University – The Moon)
11/21, Gainesville, FL (University of Florida – Reitz Union Ballroom)
11/22, Orlando, FL (The Club @ Firestone)
11/25, Austin, TX (Emo’s)
11/26, Dallas, TX (Gypsy Ballroom)
11/27, Tulsa, OK (Caine’s Ballroom)

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