The trek begins April 26 in San Francisco on a bill with fellow English acts the Kaiser Chiefs and the Klaxons.
With her new album, "Back to Black," having just debuted  at No. 7 on The Billboard 200, U.K. singer Amy Winehouse has confirmed a short North American tour later this spring. The trek begins April 26 in San Francisco on a bill with fellow English acts the Kaiser Chiefs and the Klaxons.
After the North American run, Winehouse will play European headlining and festival dates into July. She will then cross the Atlantic again for a Sept. 8 set at Toronto's Virgin Festival.
Winehouse was a ubiquitous presence at South by Southwest last week in Austin, Texas, playing an official festival showcase and a host of affiliated parties. "I'm working so much I can't even get to the gym, but I'm trying to be really fighting fit for the tour," she recently told Billboard.
Here are Amy Winehouse's tour dates:
April 26: San Francisco (Popscene)
April 27: Indio, Calif. (Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival)
May 2: Minneapolis (Varsity Theater)
May 3: Chicago (Schuba's)
May 6: Philadelphia (Theatre of the Living Arts)
May 7: Boston (Paradise Rock Club)
May 8-9: New York (Highline Ballroom)
May 12-13: Toronto (Mod Club)
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