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Tour Updates: Bat for Lashes, Henry Rollins

Bat for Lashes to hit assorted major U.S. cities in July. Henry Rollins hits road for Provoked tour.

Brighton, England’s Bat for Lashes, a.k.a. Natasha Khan, will hit the U.S. this summer for a brief six-date min-tour, set to kick off July 23 at Hoboken, NJ’s Maxwell’s venue. From there, the tour — launched in support of the July 31 release of Bat for Lashes’ debut Fur and Gold — will deliver Pakistan-born Khan’s eclectic, mystic sonics to cities such as New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

Bat for Lashes tour dates:

7/23, Hoboken, NJ (Maxwell’s)
7/25, New York, NY (Knitting Factory)
7/27, Chicago, IL (Schuba’s Tavern)
7/28, Minneapolis, MN (7th St. Entry)
7/30, San Francisco, CA (Cafe du Nord)
7/31, Los Angeles, CA (Spaceland)

Sturdy IFC television show host and punk deity Henry Rollins will hit the road this fall on a 50-date tour titled Provoked: An Evening of Quintessentially American Opinionated Editorializing and Storytelling. Commencing Sept. 14 in Flagstaff, AZ, Rollins — an oft-outspoken and entertaining individual — will deliver his stories to cities across North America including New Orleans, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Seattle, and Las Vegas. With the exception of a few select dates, all performance tickets will go on sale July 13 and 14.

Henry Rollins tour dates:

9/14, Flagstaff, AZ (Orpheum Theatre)
9/15, Phoenix, AZ (Marquee Theatre)
9/16, Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theatre)
9/18, Dallas, TX (Lakewood Theatre)
9/19, Austin, TX (La Zona Rosa)
9/20, Houston, TX (Meridian)
9/21, New Orleans, LA (House of Blues) *
9/23, Orlando, FL (House of Blues)
9/24, Tampa, FL (Tampa Bay PAC)
9/25, West Palm Beach, FL (The Theatre)
9/26, West Palm Beach, FL (The Theatre)
9/27, Atlanta, GA (Roxy Theatre) *
9/28, Charlotte, NC (Amos’ Southend)
9/29, Richmond, VA (Toad’s Place)
9/30, Norfolk, VA (The NorVa)
10/1, Washington, DC (Birchmere)
10/2, Washington, DC (Birchmere)
10/4, Sayreville, NJ (Starland Ballroom) *
10/5, Albany, NY (Hart Theatre)
10/6, Philadelphia, PA (Keswick Theatre)
10/7, Boston, MA (Berklee Performance Center)
10/9, Buffalo, NY (Town Ballroom)
10/10, Cincinnati, OH (Taft Theatre)
10/11, Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)
10/12, Toronto, ON (Convocation Hall)
10/13, Ann Arbor, MI (Michigan Theatre)
10/15, Minneapolis, MN (1st Ave)
10/16, Milwaukee, WI (Eagles Ballroom)
10/17, Madison, WI (Barrymore Theatre)
10/19, Chicago, IL (The Vic)
10/20, St. Louis, MO (The Pageant)
10/21, Lawrence, KS (Liberty Hall) *
10/23, Denver, CO (Paramount Theatre)
10/24, Salt Lake City, UT (The Depot)
10/26, Bellingham, WA (Nitelite)
10/27, Spokane, WA (Big Easy) 10/28, Calgary, AB (Jack Singer)
10/29, Edmonton, AB (Winspear)
10/30, Vancouver, BC (Centre for the Arts)
10/31, Seattle, WA (Moore Theatre)
11/1, Portland, OR (Aladdin Theatre)
11/2, Reno, NV (Stoney’s)
11/3, Chico, CA (Senator Theatre)
11/4, Sacramento, CA (The Crest Theatre)
11/5, Santa Cruz, CA (The Rio Theatre)
11/6, San Francisco, CA (Herbst Theatre) *
11/7, Columbia, MO (University of Missouri/Jesse Auditorium)
11/8, San Diego, CA (4th & B)
11/9, Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues)

(* On sale later in July)

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Talk: Should Rollins stop all this nonsense and finally make some music?

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