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Hot Hot Heat on Snow Patrol


07/12/07
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(antiMusic) It is a little weird thinking about a band named Snow Patrol touring during the summer but they are joining Hot Hot Heat to make it more seasonably festive while chasing cars on the road. We suspect that HHH might be previewing material from their forthcoming album on the trek ("Happiness LTD" hits stores on 9/11), so if you're a fan it might be one to check out. Plus you may witness another Snow Patrol arrest and that's always fun.

The tour is set to kick off in the rock Mecca of Santa Barbara next Tuesday. That's 7/17 for that's can't add the dates. While the tour is heavy on West Coast dates they will venue east to Colorado and then the Midwest later in the tour before wrapping things up on August 6th at the world renowned Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in the must visit vacation hotspot of Sterling Heights, MI.

Snow Patrol are returning to North American venues for another round to promote last year's "Eyes Open". You can check both bands out at the following dates:

07/17 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl
07/18 Phoenix, AZ - Dodge Theatre
07/19 Las Vegas, NV - The Pearl Concert Theatre
07/22 Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theatre
07/23 Los Angeles, CA - The Greek Theatre
07/25 San Luis Obispo, CA - Downtown Brewing Co.
07/26 Santa Cruz, CA - The Attic
07/30 Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre

August
08/01 Oklahoma City, OK - Zoo Theatre
08/02 Kansas City, KS - Kansas City Memorial Hall
08/03 Indianapolis, IN - The Lawn at White River State Park
08/04 Chicago, IL - Lollapalooza 2007
08/06 Sterling Heights, MI - Freedom Hill Amphitheatre

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