Vampire Weekend: 2013 Tour and Album Details (Plus a Message in the New York Times)
Earlier today Vampire Weekend made the following cryptic tweet, “NYT classifieds…” There in the New York Times one could find a message stating “Modern Vampires of The City May 7, 2013.” This has now been confirmed as the name of the group’s new album (all earlier red herrings to the contrary). The group will support the release with a a series of shows that includes an appearance at Red Rocks on May 20 and a trip to Europe earlier in the month. A pre-sale will begin this Wednesday at 10AM local venue time. The complete confirmed series of dates, along with the album’s tracklisting appears below.
Vampire Weekend 2013 Dates
3/13-3/16 – Austin, TX South by Southwest
4/12 – Las Vegas, NV The Cosmpopolitan
4/14 – Indio, CA Coachella Music Festival
4/16 – Davis, CA UC Davis (Freeborn Hall)
4/17 – Oakland, CA Fox Theater
4/21 – Indio, CA Coachella Music Festival
5/08 – London, UK The Troxy
5/10 – Paris, FR Casino de Paris
5/15 – Boston, MA Agganis Arena
5/16 – Toronto, ON Sony Centre for Performing Arts
5/17 – Detroit, MI The Fillmore
5/19 – Kansas City, MO Midland Theater
5/20 – Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheater
5/21 – Salt Lake City, UT Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre
5/23 – Portland, OR Keller Auditorium
Modern Vampires of the City
01. Obvious Bicycle
04. Diane Young
05. Don’t Lie
06. Hannah Hunt
07. Everlasting Arms
08. Finger Back
09. Worship You
10. Ya Hey
12. Young Lion
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