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City and Colour add new 2014 U.S. fall tour dates

City and Colour announce new 2014 fall U.S. tour dates
City and Colour announce new 2014 fall U.S. tour dates
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City and Colour has announced a string of 2014 fall tour dates in the U.S. The Canuck alt-rockers (a.k.a. for former Alexisonfire guitarist Dallas Green’s solo project) have confirmed six new dates, which will run through late October and early November.

According to announcement posted June 24 at, the multi-Juno winning folk- rocker's new dates kick off on Nov. 28 in Athens, Ga. at Georgia Theatre and wrap up Nov. 5 in Grand Prairie, Texas at Verizon Theatre. Other dates include: Oct. 29 Birmingham, Ala. - Iron City Bham, Oct 30 Memphis, Tenn. - Minglewood Hall and Nov 3 Tusla, Okla. - Cain's Ballroom.

Tickets go on sale Fri., June 27. For more information, check out

Greene has been touring in support of his fourth solo album, 2013's “The Hurry And The Harm.” The new dates were booked around upcoming C&C festival appearances on Nov. 7 at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas, and at Voodoo Experience, which runs from Oct. 31 - Nov. 2 in New Orleans.

City and Colour wrapped up a cross-Canada trek in May. Green recently made headlines in Canada after canceling out on his scheduled performance at the 2014 Juno Awards in March, saying in a statement, "Given that I have not been nominated this year, I would much rather see a new nominee be afforded the opportunity to perform on the show and have the same experience. I’m sorry to disappoint anyone hoping to see me."

C&C will be headed to Australia for a couple of sold out shows on July 24 in Sydney at Sydney Opera House and July 26 at Splendour In The Grass in Byron Bay. The next North American stop is July 11 in Buffalo, N.Y. at Buffalo Outer Harbor, headlining a bill with Young the Giant, Tokyo Police Club and Clear Plastics Masks. See for more details.

Did you know? ? City and Colour's 2013 studio album "Hurry and Harm" debuted at No. 1 in Canada.

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