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Tour Updates: Morrissey, Postmarks

Morrissey, ex-Smiths frontman and unofficial king of mope has announced an extensive 46-date second leg to his spring and summer U.S. tour, reports. Touring in support of 2006’s Ringleader of the Tormentors, round two will kick off with an April 27 performance in Stockton, CA before hitting Sparks, NV for a pair of gigs. From there, the Mozzer will weave throughout the U.S., logging stops in cities like Seattle, Salt Lake City, and Milwaukee. The lengthy jaunt will conclude with a descent of the East coast from Boston to Boca Raton.

Morrissey tour dates:

4/27, Stockton, CA (Bob Hope Theater)
4/28, Sparks, NV (John Ascuaga’s Celebrity Showroom)
4/29, Sparks, NV (John Ascuaga’s Celebrity Showroom)
5/1, Oakland, CA (Paramount Theater)
5/2, Santa Rosa, CA (Wells Fargo Center)
5/5, Spokane, WA (INB Performing Arts Center)
5/6, Seattle, WA (Paramount)
5/8, Salt Lake City, UT (E Center Ford Theater)
5/9, Denver, CO (Fillmore)
5/11, Omaha, NE (Orpheum)
5/12, Milwaukee, WI (Riverside)
5/14, Ann Arbor, MI (Michigan Theater)
5/15, Chicago, IL (Auditorium Theatre)
5/17, Cleveland, OH (Playhouse Square Center)
5/18, Columbus, OH (Palace Theater)
5/21, Indianapolis, IN (Murat Center)
5/22, St Louis, MO (The Pageant)
5/23, Kansas City, MO (Uptown Theater)
5/25, Dallas, TX (Palladium)
5/26, Austin, TX (Backyard)
5/28, Houston, TX (Verizon Wireless Theater)
5/30, El Paso, TX (El Paso County Coliseum)
5/31, Tucson, AZ (Tucson Music Hall)
6/2, Phoenix, AZ (Maricopa County Events Center)
6/3, San Diego, CA (Bayside Concerts)
6/5, Ventura, CA (Majestic Ventura Theater)
6/6, Riverside, CA (Riverside Municipal Audit)
6/8, Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Bowl)
6/9, Las Vegas, NV (Pearl)
6/26, Boston, MA (Bank Of America Pavilion)
6/27, Northampton, MA (Pines Theater)
6/29, Philadelphia, PA (Mann Center)
6/30, New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
7/2, Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap)
7/3, Baltimore, MD (Rams Head)
7/5, Atlantic City, NJ (Borgata)
7/6, Holmdel, NJ (PNC Bank Arts Center)
7/9, Norfolk, VA (The Norva)
7/10, Knoxville, TN (Tennessee Theatre)
7/12, Clearwater, FL (Ruth Eckerd Hall)
7/14, Boca Raton, FL (Mizner Park Amphitheater)
7/15, Orlando, FL (Hard Rock Live)
7/17, Jacksonville, FL (Morocco Shrine Auditorium)
7/19, Birmingham, AL (Alabama Theatre)
7/20, Atlanta, GA (Chastain Park)
7/21, Myrtle Beach, SC (House of Blues)

In additional tour news, Miami indie pop outfit the Postmarks have announced the band’s first U.S. tour, reports. The trio, expanding to a six-piece for the tour, will hit the road in support of their self-titled debut, which hit store shelves via the Unfiltered imprint last month. Kicking off in Philadelphia April 14, the tour will lead the group through metropolises such as Washington D.C., Detroit, and Chicago before leaping west and performing in Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles. Finally, the Postmarks will hit Colorado for a pair of gigs and conclude the 15-date outing with three shows in Lone Star state outposts Dallas, Austin, and Houston.

The Postmarks tour dates:

4/14 Philadelphia, PA (World Cafe Live) *
4/15 Washington, DC (Black Cat Backstage) *
4/22 Detroit, MI (Magic Stick)
4/24 Bloomington, IN (Bluebird)
4/25 Chicago, IL (Schubas)
4/26 Minneapolis, MN (TBA)
4/29 Seattle, WA (Chop Suey) #
4/30 Portland, OR (Doug Fir Lounge) #
5/2, San Francisco, CA (Cafe Du Nord) #
5/3, Los Angeles, CA (Troubadour) #
5/5, Aspen, CO (Belly Up Aspen)
5/6, Denver, CO (Larimer Lounge)
5/9, Dallas, TX (The Door)
5/10, Austin, TX (Stubb’s)
5/11, Houston, TX (Mink)

(* w/ Smoosh) (# w/ Memphis)

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On the Web:
The Postmarks at World’s Fair

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