Pixies Plan Coast-to-Coast North American Tour

Alt-rockers will launch 33-city outing in Janurary

Dave Lovering and Black Francis of the Pixies perform in London.
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October 7, 2013 9:45 AM ET

The Pixies are set to conquer 2014 with plans for a massive North American tour. The band, minus founding bassist Kim Deal, will embark on a 33-city tour from mid-January to March with support from Best Coast, Cults and Fidlar. 

The band released a four-track called EP-1 on September 3rd, following Deal's departure from the band earlier this year. "Everyone was just devastated," Richard Jones, the Pixies' manager, told Rolling Stone. "But everybody believed in the songs. We decided to just carry on and see what happens." 

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The group has been busy, playing Riot Fest last month and also stopping by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon with new touring bassist Kim Shattuck. The rockers are currently on a European tour, which kicked off this weekend.

The band has also shared a video for EP-1 track "Andro Queen. It's a trippy, dimly-lit journey directed by Ondi Timoner. 

 Here's the full list of tour dates:

01/15  Toronto, ON – Massey Hall 
01/16  Montreal, QC – Metropolis 
01/18  Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre 
01/19  Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre 
01/21  Newark, NJ – New Jersey Performing Arts Center 
01/22  New Haven, CT – Shubert Theatre 
01/24  Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory 
01/25  Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Music Hall 
01/26  Washington, DC – Strathmore 
01/29  Richmond, VA – National Theatre 
01/31  Durham, NC – Durham PAC 
02/01  Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium 
02/03  Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium 
02/04  Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle 
02/06  St. Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House 
02/07  Columbus, OH – LC Pavilion 
02/08  Detroit, MI – The Fillmore 
02/09  Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre 
02/11  Kansas City, MO – Midland Theatre 
02/13  Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium 
02/14  Aspen, CO – Belly Up Tavern 
02/15  Salt Lake City, UT – The Great Salt Air 
02/17  Vancouver, BC – Orpheum Theatre 
02/18  Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre 
02/19  Portland, OR – Schnitzer Auditorium  
02/21  Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre 
02/22  San Jose, CA – San Jose Civic Center
2/23 Las Vegas, NV -- The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
02/24  Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre 
02/25  Albuquerque, NM – Kiva Auditorium 
02/27  Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center 
02/28  Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom 
03/01  Austin, TX – Austin Music Hall

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