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AJR announces North American tour in support of new album, "Neotheater" 

ABC/Randy HolmesAJR has announced a North American headlining tour for this fall. The trio will be supporting their new album Neotheater, which arrives April 26.

The trek kicks off September 20 in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and will wrap November 22 in Pittsburgh. Tickets go on sale next Friday, March 22 via

Prior to the fall run, AJR will play a special sold-out show in New York City on April 29 to celebrate the release of Neotheater.

Neotheater features the single "100 Bad Days." It follows AJR's 2017 effort The Click, which spawned the Rivers Cuomo-featuring single "Sober Up."

Here are AJR's fall North American tour dates:

9/20 -- Council Bluffs, IA, Harrah's Stir Cove
9/26 -- Los Angeles, CA, Shrine Expo Hall
9/28 -- San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
9/30 -- Seattle, WA, Paramount Theatre
10/1 -- Portland, OR, Theater of the Clouds
10/3 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Great Saltair
10/5 -- Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre
10/10 -- New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
10/16 -- Detroit, MI, The Fillmore
10/18 -- Columbus, OH, Express Live!
10/19 -- Indianapolis, IN, Indiana Farmers Coliseum
10/20 -- Grand Rapids, MI, 20 Monroe Live
10/22 -- Minneapolis, MN, Armory
10/23 -- Madison, WI, The Sylvee
10/25 -- Kansas City, MO, Uptown Theater
10/26 -- St. Louis, MO, The Pageant
10/27 -- Oklahoma City, OK, The Criterion
10/29 -- Dallas, TX, Toyota Music Factory
10/30 -- Austin, TX, The Moody Theater
10/31 -- Houston, TX, Revention Music Center
11/6 -- New Orleans, LA, The Fillmore
11/8 -- Orland, FL, Hard Rock Cafe
11/9 -- Tampa, FL, Yuengling Center
11/12 -- Atlanta, GA, Infinite Energy Center
11/16 -- Boston, MA, Agganis Arena
11/19 -- Buffalo, NY, Shea’s PAC
11/21 -- Washington, DC, The Anthem
11/22 -- Pittsburgh, PA, UPMC Events Center

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