On the road: La Dispute confirm intimate US live appearances

The band will play a handful of stripped down shows during their forthcoming US touring schedule.

La Dispute already have an upcoming co-headline tour with Title Fight on the cards, but now the band announced a handful of more intimate shows too.

The band, who released their third album ‘Rooms Of The House’ last year, announced plans for an eleven-date tour of North America back in December, and have now confirmed that they’ll be making a few special ‘stripped back’ live appearances during their run.

They’ll be playing five seated shows in amongst their co-headline dates: they’ll play at Philadelphia’s First Unitarian Church, Detroit’s Mosaic Temple Chapel, Chicago’s Metro secret room and Grand Rapids’ Covenant Fine Arts Center, with their Boston venue still to be confirmed.

Their list of upcoming tour dates, including those with Title Fight, are as follows.

21 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s (w/ Title Fight)
23 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (w/ Title Fight)
24 Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle (w/ Title Fight)
25 Washington, DC @ Howard Theater (w/ Title Fight)
26 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer (w/ Title Fight)
27 New York, NY @ Webster Hall (w/ Title Fight)
28 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
29 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club (w/ Title Fight
30 Boston, MA @ TBA
31 Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar (w/ Title Fight)

01 Toronto, ONT @ Phoenix Theater (w/ Title Fight)
02 Detroit, MI @ Mosaic Temple Chapel
03 Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot (w/ Title Fight
05 Chicago, IL @ Metro secret room (matinee performance)
05 Chicago, IL @ The Metro (w/ Title Fight)
07 Grand Rapids, MI @ Covenant Fine Arts Center (DAAC benefit)

Watch the band’s video for ‘Nine’ below.

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