According to a news release posted Feb. 18 at promoter Live Nation's official Facebook page, the Montreal-based indie-rockers have signed the indie-electronic artist and Canuck D.J. to support on the first nine dates of the tour.
The pair will be on the bill when the massive 2014 Reflektor World Tour gets underway March 6 in Louisville, Ky. through March 18 in Bridgeport, Conn and will guest on Arcade Fire's first two Canadian appearances March 13 at Toronto's Air Canada Centre and March 14 in Ottawa, ON at Canadian Tire Centre.
The tour winds up on Aug. 30 in Montreal, QC at Parc Jean Drapeau.
Arcade Fire are among the high profile musical guests appearing during Jimmy Fallon's debut week as host of "The Tonight Show.," performing on Feb. 19.
Arcade Fire nabbed a field leading six nominatons at the 2014 Juno Awards, which will be held March 30 in Winnipeg, MB at MTS Centre and also lead the pack with three nominations at the 2014 mtvU Woodie Awards, which takes place March 13 in Austin, Texas during South By Southwest Music Festival.
Did you know? Arcade Fire recently announced they will be among the artists performing on Feb. 21 during Carnival celebrations in the coastal town of Jacmel, Haiti.