Psychedelic rock group Dr. Dog will hit the road next week for a 15-date winter tour promoting its upcoming spring album. But after that brief three-week run, the indie rockers will return for another 24-date turn across the nation this spring.
The first leg of the tour kicks off January 27 at Revolution Hall in Troy, NY, and continues through February 13 at State Theatre in State College, PA. The band will stop for shows on January 29 at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI; February 4 at Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI; and February 12 at Newport Music Hall in Columbus, OH.
After a brief break from the road, Dr. Dog will be back for its spring trek, which runs from April 14 at Lee’s Place in Toronto, ON, through May 15 at Terminal 5 in New York, NY. During that time, the band will perform a couple of two-night stands on April 24-25 at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA, and May 11-12 at Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA.
Ticket sales for the spring tour begin on January 22 in a few select markets. More tour and ticketing details are available on the official Dr. Dog Web site.
Dr. Dog is preparing for its sixth album, “Shame, Shame,” which is set for release on April 6.
The full-length effort is the band’s first with Anti- Records since moving on from its longtime home at Park the Van. Dr. Dog released all of its previous records through that independent label, including 2008’s “Fate,” which peaked at No. 86 on the Billboard 200.
Dr. Dog itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)
|January 27||Troy, NY||Revolution Hall|
|January 28||South Burlington, VT||Higher Ground|
|January 29||Providence, RI||Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel|
|January 30||Syracuse, NY||The Westcott Theater|
|February 1||Buffalo, NY||Mohawk Place|
|February 3||Pontiac, MI||Pike Room|
|February 4||Milwaukee, WI||Turner Hall Ballroom|
|February 5||Madison, WI||High Noon Saloon|
|February 6||Iowa City, IA||The Mill|
|February 8||Omaha, NE||The Waiting Room|
|February 9||Rock Island, IL||Rock Island Brewing Company|
|February 10||Cleveland, OH||The Spot at Case Western University|
|February 11||Bloomington, IN||Video Saloon|
|February 12||Columbus, OH||Newport Music Hall|
|February 13||State College, PA||State Theatre|
|April 14||Toronto, ON||Lee’s Place|
|April 15||Ann Arbor, MI||Blind Pig|
|April 16||Chicago, IL||Metro / Smart Bar|
|April 17||Minneapolis, MN||Fine Line Music Cafe|
|April 19||Aspen, CO||Belly Up Aspen|
|April 20||Englewood, CO||Gothic Theatre|
|April 22||Boise, ID||Neurolux|
|April 23||Portland, OR||Wonder Ballroom|
|April 24 – 25||San Francisco, CA||Great American Music Hall|
|April 27||Los Angeles, CA||Music Box at Fonda|
|April 29||Santa Fe, NM||Santa Fe Brewing Company|
|April 30||Dallas, TX||The Loft|
|May 1||Austin, TX||Emo’s|
|May 2||Houston, TX||Warehouse Live|
|May 3||Fayetteville, AR||George’s Majestic Lounge|
|May 5||Birmingham, AL||WorkPlay Theatre|
|May 6||Nashville, TN||Cannery Ballroom|
|May 7||Louisville, KY||Headliners Music Hall|
|May 11 -12||Boston, MA||Paradise Rock Club|
|May 13||Philadelphia, PA||Electric Factory|
|May 14||Washington, DC||9:30 Club|
|May 15||New York, NY||Terminal 5|