With a brief late summer run of North America completed, the boys of Nada Surf have shipped off for their second European tour leg...

With a brief late summer run of North America completed, the boys of Nada Surf have shipped off for their second European tour leg on September 13 in Murcia, Spain. But the indie rock trio will be back for a 14-city North American run to close out their extensive year-long world tour itinerary.

Nada Surf is scheduled to complete its European trek with an October 26 gig at Arena in Vienna, Austria, before arriving in the U.S. for a November 9 kick-off show at The Living Room in New York, NY. The next leg of the North American tour also includes the band’s first ever show in Mexico, taking place November 19 at Hard Rock Live in Mexico City. The closing show is slated for December 8 at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ.

According to the band’s Web site, Delta Spirit and Jealous Girlfriends will provide support for most dates on the tour. Public onsales for the new North American shows begin today, September 12.

The alternative rock trio hit the road early in 2008 to support its fifth studio album “Lucky,” which dropped February 8 in the U.S. Though the band has released its recent albums on indie label Barsuk, Nada Surf debuted in 1996 with “High/Low” on Elektra Records. The band’s first single “Popular” gained success in the U.S. and abroad, reaching No. 11 spot on the Billboard modern rock charts and spending 15 consecutive weeks in the French Top 50.

In recent years, the band’s music has been featured in various movies and television shows, including “Heroes” and teen drama “One Tree Hill,” on which the band made a guest appearance.

Nada Surf itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

September 13Murcia, ESB Side Festival
September 14London, UKPurcell Room @ Southbank Centre
September 25Amsterdam, NLParadiso
September 26Eindhoven, NLClub Effenaar
September 27Hamburg, DEGrosse Freiheit 36
September 28Berlin, DEHuxley’s
September 29Cologne, DELive Music Hall
October 1Marseille, FREspace Julien
October 2Bordeaux, FRTheatre Barbey
October 3Rennes, FRDiapason
October 4Brest, FREspace Saint Emel
October 7Paris, FROlympia
October 8Nancy, FRL’Autre Canal
October 9Dijon, FRLa Vapeur
October 10Clermont-Ferrand, FRLa Coop de Mai
October 11 (early)Ternat, FRTernat Festival
October 11 (late)Mons, BEMons Festival
October 13Angouleme, FRLa Nef
October 14Toulouse, FRLe Bikini
October 15Mallorca, ESTeatre de Lloseta
October 16Granada, ESLa Industria Copera
October 17Sevilla, ESSala Q
October 19Toledo, ESCirculo de Arte
October 22Zurich, CHRohstofflager
October 23Lausanne, CHLes Docks
October 24Basel, CHVolkshaus
October 25Aflenz, ATSublime
October 26Vienna, ATArena
November 9New York, NYThe Living Room
November 19Mexico City, MXHard Rock Live
November 21Denton, TXHailey’s
November 22Austin, TXEmo’s Austin
November 24Oklahoma City, OKBricktown Live
November 25Little Rock, ARJuanita’s Cantina Ballroom
November 28Minneapolis, MNFine Line Music Cafe
November 29Chicago, ILMetro – Smart Bar
December 2Boston, MAParadise Rock Club
December 4Philadelphia, PAThe Trocadero Theatre
December 5Washington, DC9:30 Club
December 6New York, NYThe Bowery Ballroom
December 7New York, NYWebster Hall
December 8Hoboken, NJMaxwell’s

Last Updated on September 12, 2008 by By Allison Reitz