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First Aid Kit Return to North American on Fall Tour, Play Toronto

First Aid Kit Return to North American on Fall Tour, Play Toronto
Swedish indie folk sisters First Aid Kit only recently rolled through North American in support of their Conor Oberst-featuring album The Lion's Roar, but they've already announced plans to return. This fall, Johanna and Klara S÷derberg will come back to this side of the Atlantic for more gigs.

The latest leg of touring launches in late September and lasts through much of October. Near to the beginning of the jaunt, the sisters will stop by Toronto's Danforth Music Hall on September 26.

In a post on their official website, the band wrote, "What can we say? This last North American tour was an absolutely extraordinary adventure. The love and support we've received from all of you who came to the shows has been overwhelming. In other words, we've had the time of our lives, so we decided we have to come back. Very soon."

See the band's North American schedule below. To see their full summer itinerary, which includes a generous selection of European shows, go to First Aid Kit's site over here.

Tour dates:

7/28 Newport, RI - Newport Folk Festival
7/31 Pittsburgh, PA - Altar
8/3-5 Chicago, IL - Lollapalooza
9/25 Ann Arbor, MI - The Blind Pig *
9/26 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall *
9/28 Boston, MA - Royale Nightclub *
9/29 New York, NY - Irving Plaza *
9/30 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg *
10/2 Washington, DC - Sixth & I Historic Synagogue *
10/3 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel *
10/4 Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre *
10/5 Nashville, TN - 3rd & Lindsley *
10/6 St. Louis, MO - Firebird *
10/8 Omaga, NE - Waiting Room *
10/9 Lawrence, KS - The Granada Theatre *
10/13 Dallax, TX - The Kessler Threater *
10/16 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre *
10/17 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore Auditorium *
10/19 Portland, OR - Roseland Theater *

* Dylan LeBlanc supports

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