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A Tribe Called Red touring in support of second album

April 9, 2013

A Tribe Called Red

A Tribe Called Red is hitting the road this summer in support of their second album. The boys have announced 28 dates so far, including stops at The Great Escape Festival (UK), The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (USA), The Squamish Valley Music Festival (CAN), and the Winnipeg Folk Festival (CAN).

The new album is entitled Nation II Nation and it will be released on CD and digitally by Tribal Spirit Music and Pirates Blend Records on May 7, 2013.

A Tribe Called Red's new CD

Listen to "The Road," which will be on the new album.

The tour stops:

April 16 at The Soul'd Out Festival at Holocene (Portland, OR)
April 17 at Barboza (Seattle, WA)
April 19 at Thee Parkside (San Francisco, CA)
April 20 at The Central SAPC (Los Angeles, CA)
April 21 at The Casbah (San Diego, CA)
April 22 at Paradise Event Center (Yuma, AZ)
April 23 at Sail Inn (Phoenix, AZ)
April 24 at Launchpad (Albuquerque, NM)
April 27 at The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (New Orleans, LA)
May 4 at Big Up Festival (Mulheim, Germany)
May 16-17 at The Great Escape Festival (Brighton, UK)
May 26 at Mayne Stage (Chicago, IL)
May 27 at Movement Festival (Detroit, MI)
May 29 at Tropicalia (Washington, DC)
May 30 at 8 X 10 (Baltimore, MD)
May 31 at Silk City (Philadelphia, PA)
June 1 at Glasslands (Brooklyn, NY)
June 2 at Middle East Upstairs (Boston, MA)
June 8 at Electric Pow Wow (Ottawa, ON)
June 21 at Opera House (Toronto, ON)
July 07 at Commonwealth Bar & Stage (Calgary, AB)
July 10 at RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest (Ottawa, ON)
July 12-13 at The Winnipeg Folk Festival (Winnipeg, MB)
July 18 at Club One (St. John's, NL)
July 19 at The Evolve Festival (Antigonish, NS)
August 2-3 at Osheaga Festival (Montreal, QC)
August 9-10 at The Squamish Valley Music Festival (Squamish, BC)
August 16 at Robson Valley Festival (Robson, BC)

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