As expected, Crowded House will tour North America for the first time in more than 10 years, beginning Aug. 4 at Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Mass. The recently reunited Aussie rock troupe has tappe

As expected, Crowded House will tour North America for the first time in more than 10 years, beginning Aug. 4 at Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Mass. The recently reunited Aussie rock troupe has tapped Pete Yorn and 16 Frames as openers for the 27-date trek.

The tour runs through mid-September and includes a previously announced appearance at Bumbershoot on Sept. 1 in Seattle. Crowded House will also perform with Fountains Of Wayne on Aug. 22 in Denver.

The tour comes in support of the band's forthcoming album "Time on Earth," to be released July 10 via ATO. The group debuted its new lineup, with new drummer Matt Sherrod, last month during a pre-Coachella warm-up show in Pomona, Calif.

Here are Crowded House's tour dates:

Aug. 4: Northampton, Mass. (Calvin Theater)
Aug. 5: Boston (Bank of American Pavilion)
Aug. 6: Philadelphia (Mann Center for Performing Arts)
Aug. 8-9: New York (Beacon Theatre)
Aug. 11: Montreal (St. Denis)
Aug. 13: Toronto (Massey Hall)
Aug. 14: Ann Arbor, Mich. (Michigan Theatre)
Aug. 17: Milwaukee (Pabst Theatre)
Aug. 18: Chicago (House of Blues)
Aug. 20: Kansas City, Mo. (Uptown Theatre)
Aug. 22: Denver (Fillmore)
Aug. 24: San Diego (Humphrey's)
Aug. 25: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
Aug. 26: Oakland, Calif. (Paramount Theatre of the Arts)
Aug. 28: Los Angeles (Greek Theater)
Aug. 29-30: Saratoga, Calif. (Mountain Winery)
Sept. 1: Seattle (Bumbershoot Festival)
Sept. 2: Portland, Ore. (Arlene Schnitzer HAll)
Sept. 3: Vancouver (Orpheum Theatre)
Sept. 5: Calgary, Alberta (Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium)
Sept. 6: Edmonton, Alberta (Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium)
Sept. 8: Winnipeg, Manitoba (Winnipeg Concert Hall)
Sept. 9: Minneapolis (Orpheum Theatre)
Sept. 11: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
Sept. 12: Atlanta (Tabernacle)

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