Earl Sweatshirt Announces Fall Club Tour

Rising MC will pair Odd Future cohorts Hodgy Beats and Domo Genesis

Earl Sweatshirt performs in New York City.
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September 10, 2013 5:25 PM ET

Earl Sweatshirt will hit the road this fall in support of his debut LP, Doris. He'll kick off the solo shows on October 6th at the Sinclair in Boston after appearing at the Rock the Bells Festival in San Francisco on September 15th, Washington D.C. on September 28th and New York City on October 4th.

Earl will be joined by his Odd Future cohorts Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis and Vince Staples on select dates, Pitchfork reports. Earl's tour will conclude with a performance at Odd Future's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on November 9th at the Park at Los Angeles' Coliseum. The day will also feature performances from Frank Ocean, Tyler the Creator, Mac Miller, Trash Talk, Flying Lotus, Schoolboy Q and more.

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A full list of Earl's tour dates are below; to get a taste of the live show, you can also watch the rising MC's recent performance of the Doris cut "Burgundy" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

9/15 – San Francisco, CA – Rock the Bells
9/28 – Washington, DC – Rock the Bells
10/4 – New York, NY – Rock the Bells
10/6 – Boston, MA – The Sinclair
10/7 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
10/8 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA
10/10 – Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
10/12 – Ann Arbor, MI – Blind Pig
10/14 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line
10/15 – Chicago, IL – Metro
10/22 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theatre
10/24 – Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
10/26 – Las Vegas, NV – Life is Beautiful Festival
10/27 – Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst
10/29 – Eugene, OR – WOW Hall
10/30 – Seattle, WA – Neptune
10/31 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Vogue
11/9 – Los Angeles, CA – Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival

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