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The Black Keys Announce North American Tour

Arctic Monkeys Will Support

December 2, 2011  |  11:44am
The Black Keys Announce North American Tour

The Black Keys announced a U.S. and Canadian tour today for 2012. Surprisingly enough, most of the band’s dates will be in arenas, and that includes Madison Square Garden, Pitchfork reports. Arctic Monkeys will be opening for the band on these tour dates.

This comes after a European tour for the band in January and a Saturday Night Live appearance slated for tomorrow night. As previously reported, the band is still set to stream their New York show at Webster Hall on Dec. 5. The band will be on The Colbert Report on Dec. 6 and David Letterman’s show on Dec. 7.

The band has five songs from their new album available here.

Black Keys North American Tour

December
5 - New York, N.Y. @ Webster Hall
11 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas

January
23 - Antwerp, Belgium @ Lotto
24 - Lille, France @ Zenith
25 - Paris, France @ Zenith
27 - Hamburg, Germany @ Sporthalle
28 - Berlin, Germany @ Arena
30 - Milan, Italy – Alcatraz
31 - Zurich, Switzerland @ Maag Hall

February
1 - Eindhoven, Holland @ Klokgebouw
3 - Nottingham, England @ Capital FM Arena
4 - Edinburgh, Scotland @ Corn Exchange
6-7 - Manchester, England @ O2 Apollo
9-11 - London, England @ Alexandra Palace

March
2 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ U.S. Bank Arena *
3 - Detroit, Mich. @ Joe Louis Arena *
4 - Columbus, Ohio @ Jerome Schottenstein Center *
6 - Portland, Maine @ Cumberland Co. Civic Center *
7 - Boston, Mass. @ TD Garden *
9 - Washington, D.C. @ Verizon Center *
10 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Wells Fargo Center *
12 - New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden *
13 - Montreal, Quebec @ Bell Centre *
14 - Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Centre *
16 - Indianapolis, Ind. @ Conseco Fieldhouse *
18 - Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Van Andel Arena *
19 - Chicago, Ill. @ United Center *
20 - Cleveland, Ohio @ Quicken Loans Arena *
23 - Norfolk, Va. @ Constant Convocation Center *

*With Arctic Monkeys

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