The Lumineers Map Out North American Spring Tour

> Feb 13 2013

The Lumineers Map Out North American Spring Tour
By Gregory AdamsThe Lumineers may not have won either of the two Grammys they were up for last weekend, but the losses aren't slowing down the Americana-inspired outfit any, having just announced another run of dates around the globe.

The Denver, CO-based band quickly bounced from performing at last weekend's awards ceremony in L.A. over to Europe for a stretch of dates, but the newly announced gigs will have them back on home soil by mid-April. They will also play Canada for a series of shows in Hamilton, Montreal and Toronto.

From there, the band jut back down to the U.S. before heading back over to Europe. You can see this North American itinerary down below and the overseas details over here.

While the Lumineers didn't grab any statuettes at the Grammys, their breakthrough "Hey Ho" single jumped back to No. 1 on the iTunes charts following the broadcast, and their self-titled debut disc recently went platinum in Canada.

The Lumineers also recently premiered a video for their rustic shuffler "Stubborn Love," which you can see down below.

Tour dates:

4/19 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre
4/24 Houston, TX - The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
4/26 Austin, TX - Tower Amphitheatre
4/30 Hamilton, ON - Hamilton Convention Centre
5/1 Montreal, QC - Metropolis
5/2 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall
5/3 Toronto, ON - Sound Academy
5/4 Cincinnati, OH - PNC Pavilion
5/5 Atlanta, GA - Shaky Knee Festival
5/27 George, WA - Sasquatch
6/8 Hunter Mountain, NY - Mountain Jam
6/9 New York, NY - Governors Ball Music Festival
7/25 Floyd, VA - Floyd Fest
7/26 Columbia, MD - Merriweather Post Pavilion
7/27 Camden, NJ - XpoNential Music Festival
7/28 Newport, RI - Newport Folk Festival

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