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SUMAC announced West Coast dates

Posted by Loren on October 30, 2018

SUMAC announced West Coast dates
photo by Paulo Gonzalez

SUMAC will kick of 2019 with a West Coast tour kicking off in Vancouver and wrapping things up on Jan. 27 in Denver, CO.

The band, who last released Love In Shadow (Thrill Jockey), will be joined by Divide & Dissolve and Tashi Dorji. They are also planning a European tour.

SUMAC Tour Dates w/ Divide & Dissolve, Tashi Dorji
Jan. 11 - Vancouver, BC - The Astoria
Jan. 12 - Seattle, WA - Sunset Tavern
Jan. 13 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
Jan. 15 - Chico, CA - Naked Lounge Coffee
Jan. 16 - Sacramento, CA - Harlow’s
Jan. 17 - San Francisco, CA - Rickshaw Stop
Jan. 18 - Los Angeles, CA - Zebulon
Jan. 19 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick
Jan. 20 - Phoenix, AZ - Rebel Lounge
Jan. 22 - El Paso, TX - Rockhouse Bar & Grill
Jan. 23 - Austin, TX - Barracuda
Jan. 24 - Dallas, TX - Club Dada
Jan. 26 - Albuquerque, NM - Sister
Jan. 27 - Denver, CO - Larimer Lounge

SUMAC announced West Coast dates
photo by Paulo Gonzalez

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