According to a Feb. 19 report from Pollstar, The Postal Service has filled in its calendar between late May and mid-June, as well as additional slots in June and July, with more gigs in the United States.
In honor of the 10th anniversary of the band's iconic Give Up record, Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello are taking a full band on the road for the their first tour in ten years.
The Postal Service will be performing on back-to-back nights at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The first show is scheduled for Friday, June 14, and the band hits the stage again in Brooklyn the following night.
The previously announced first leg of the Postal Service reunion tour begins Apr. 9, and includes headline shows in the U.S., along with London and Paris.
No word yet on what acts will be opening the Brooklyn dates.
The 10th anniversary edition of Give Up – the Postal Service’s one and only LP – will be released on Sub Pop in the United Kingdom on Apr. 8 and in North America the following day.
Pre-orders come with an instant free download of the new Postal Service single “A Tattered Line of String," which features the band's signature sound.
The Postal Service influenced dozens of bands over the past decade, most notably Owl City.