John Talabot Plots US Dates, The xx Support Slots

Talabot also has a string of festivals planned.

Barcelona’s John Talabot is gearing up to play a string of North American dates this autumn, including a handful of support slots for The xx.

Talabot - who released his debut album, ‘Fin’, earlier this year (read our review here) - will also play a few festivals: Hard Summer Music Festival, Bestival, Decibel Festival, Culture Collide Festival, Treasure Island Music Festival and Pitchfork Music Festival.

Catch him at:

20 Amsterdam, NL Drukpers

03 Los Angeles, CA (Hard Summer Music Festival)
04 New York, NY Le Poisson Rouge (w/ Jamie xx)

06 Isle of Wight, UK (Bestival)
26 Washington, DC U Street Music Hall
27 New York, Le Poison Rouge
28 Chicago, IL Smart Bar
29 Toronto, ON Wrongbar
30 Seattle, WA (Decibel Festival)

02 Denver, CO Larmier Lounge
04 Los Angeles, CA (Culture Collide Festival)
05 Vogue Theatre Vancouver BC (w/ The xx)
06 Paramount Theatre Seattle WA
07 Roseland Theater Portland OR (w/ The xx)
10 The Pool - The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Las Vegas NV (w/ The xx)
11 Soma San Diego CA (w/ The xx)
14 San Francisco CA (Treasure Island Music Festival)
16 The Complex Salt Lake City UT (w/ The xx)
17 Boulder Theater Boulder CO (w/ The xx)
19 First Avenue Minneapolis MN (w/ The xx)
21 Pabst Theatre Milwaukee WI (w/ The xx)

01 Paris, FR (Pitchfork Music Festival Paris)

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