Paramore Announces North American Spring Tour

photo by Pamela Littky


Presale starts Jan. 28 for the band's first North American tour since 2010, supporting new self-titled LP due Apr. 9

Last week, Paramore released their rockin' new single, "Now"; in a few months, fans will have a chance to hear it live.

On Monday (Jan. 28), the band released the first dates of its 2013 North American tour, its first trek across the continent since 2010. For now, there are only 12 dates confirmed, though more will be announced shortly.

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The current itinerary commences Apr. 25 in Houston's Bayou Music Center and wraps May 16 at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom. In support are L.A.-based pop-rockers Kitten, currently finishing up their full length debut for Elektra Records.

Invitation-only presale tickets will become available to Paramore fan club members on Jan. 28 and 5 PM EST, with the general public gaining access on Feb. 1.

Hayley Williams and co. are poised for a busy first half of the year, as they're set to release their self-titled fourth studio album on Apr. 9 via Fueled By Ramen. "Paramore's" first single, the amped-up fist-pumper "Now," hit iTunes last week. The album marks the group's first full-length since 2009's "Brand New Eyes," as well as the debut of the retooled lineup following the departure of Josh and Zac Farro.

See Paramore's upcoming tour dates below:

April 25: Houston, TX (Bayou Music Center)
April 29: Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theatre)
May 1: Los Angeles, CA (Wiltern Theatre)
May 3: Las Vegas, NV (The Joint)
May 4: San Francisco, CA (Warfield Theatre)
May 6: Salt Lake City, UT (The Great Salt Air)
May 7: Denver, CO (The Fillmore Auditorium)
May 9: Chicago, IL (Chicago Theatre)
May 10: Detroit, MI (The Fillmore Detroit)
May 13: Toronto, ON (Sound Academy)
May 15: Boston, MA (House of Blues Boston)
May 16: New York, NY (Hammerstein Ballroom)


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