Booking now: Animal Collective are taking ‘Sung Tongs’ on tour

Animal Collective by Jonathan Dadds

They’ll be playing the 2004 album in full on a string of European and North American dates.

Animal Collective released their fourth LP ‘Sung Tongs’ back in 2004, and now the band are set to revisit the album in full across a bunch of tour dates.

Avey Tare and Panda Bear have announced that they’ll be playing all of its tracks on a string of European and North American dates, taking place in June and July. The dates include a show at London’s Troxy on 12th June. 

Recently, the band also played some new material at a special two-night installation in New Orleans, at the city’s Music Box Village.  

Take a look at all of Animal Collective’s ‘Sung Tongs’ tour dates below. 

JUNE
12 London, Troxy
13 Amsterdam, Paradiso Noord
14 Berlin, Heimathafen
15 Copenhagen, Vega
17 Paris, Trianon
19 Barcelona, Apolo
20 Madrid, Joy Eslava
21 Lisbon, Capitolio
23 Athens, Summer Nostas Festival

JULY
20 New York, Town Hall
21 Washington DC, Lincoln Theatre
23 Austin, Paramount
25 Denver, Ogden Theatre
27 Chicago, Vic
29 Seattle, Moore Theatre
30 Oakland, Fox Theatre
31 Los Angeles, Ace Theatre

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