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Black Crowes to End Hiatus With Spring Tour Dates

Southern rockers will return after break of almost three years

Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes in London, England.
Jo Hale/Getty Images
December 26, 2012 10:45 AM ET

The Black Crowes will end a hiatus of nearly three years with a string of spring tour dates that the Southern rockers posted on their website. The band will first hit the United Kingdom starting March 24th in Manchester, and will come Stateside starting April 2nd in Port Chester, New York. They'll close out their tour on May 4th in New Orleans.

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The Black Crowes took a break in 2010 after their 20th anniversary tour and released their last album, Croweology, that year. They previously took a three-year break from 2002-05. Full spring tour dates are listed below.

3/24 Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy
3/25 Birmingham, UK  O2 Academy
3/27 Glasgow, UK  O2 Academy
3/29 London, UK  The HMV Forum
3/30 London, UK  The HMV Forum
4/02 Port Chester, NY The Capitol Theater
4/03 Port Chester, NY  The Capitol Theater
4/05 New York, NY  Terminal 5
4/06 New York, NY Terminal 5
4/08 Washington D.C.  9:30 Club
4/09 Washington D.C.  9:30 Club
4/11 Boston, MA  House of Blues
4/12 Philadelphia, PA  Electric Factory
4/14 Detroit, MI  The Fillmore Detroit
4/16 Chicago, IL  The Vic
4/17 Chicago, IL - The Vic
4/19 St. Louis, MO  The Pageant
4/20 Nashville, TN  Ryman Auditorium
4/21 Nashville, TN  Ryman Auditorium
4/23 Atlanta, GA  The Tabernacle
4/25 Dallas, TX  House of Blues
4/27 Austin, TX  Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
4/28 Houston, TX  House of Blues
4/30 St. Petersburg, FL  The Mahaffey
5/01 Lake Buena Vista, FL  House of Blues
5/04 New Orleans, LA Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts

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