Plants and Animals Roll Out Canadian Tour
Following a handful of dates in the next couple of months, Plants and Animals will wait until after the album comes out on February 28 to promote it in earnest. March will be a busy month for the band, with engagements that stretch from their home province of Quebec all the way to the West Coast. In addition to a generous selection of Canadian shows, the band have a smattering of U.S. gigs.
Along the way, the band will be travelling with fellow Montreal resident Little Scream.
The End of That will arrive via Secret City Records. Stream the single "Lightshow" at the bottom of the page.
12/7 New York, NY - The Rock Shop
1/6 Montreal, QC - Rialto Theatre *
1/12 Chicago, IL - Schuba's
3/8 Ottawa, ON - Ritual Nightclub
3/9 Quebec, QC - Le Cercle
3/10 Montreal, QC - Le Cabaret du Mile End
3/21 Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre ^
3/22 Seattle, WA - The Crocodile ^
3/24 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios ^
3/27 Edmonton, AB - Starlite Room ^
3/28 Calgary, AB - Republik ^
3/29 Saskatoon, SK - Amigos Cantina ^
3/30 Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre ^
3/31 Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry ^
* with Patrick Watson, Katie Moore, the Barr Brothers
^ with Little Scream
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