Phoenix Book Short North American Tour

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Christian Mazzalai, Laurent Brancowitz, Deck D'Arcy and Thomas Mars of Phoenix in Manchester, Tennessee.
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February 5, 2013 1:50 PM ET

Phoenix have announced a handful of North American dates leading up to their headlining performances at Coachella on April 13th and 20th.
 Kicking off on March 28th at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia, the group will make six more stops en route to Indio, California. The band will also perform at the Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland, on May 11th.

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Phoenix are expected to release Bankrupt, their long-awaited follow-up to 2009's breakout Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, in April. Pre-sale tickets for the band's upcoming spring dates – which you can check out below – will be available through Phoenix's website starting February 7th at 1 p.m. EST, with tickets going on sale to the public on February 8th, also at 1 p.m. EST. 

3/28 Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre 
3/29 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
3/30 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
4/2 Davis, CA – Freeborn Hall
4/8 Phoenix, AZ – Marquee Theater
4/9 Tucson, AZ – AVA Amphitheater
4/10 Las Vegas, NV – The Cosmopolitan Pool

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