Jeff Mangum Announces 2012 Tour

Jeff Mangum, who has sort of been all over the place lately after years and years of silence, announced more tour dates through March of 2012 as well as details for the rescheduled UK ATP. Check out the dates down below.

01/18 – New Haven, CT @ Shubert Theater
01/20 – Brooklyn, NY Gilman Opera House @ Brooklyn Academy of Music
01/25 – Philadelphia, PA @ Irvine Auditorium at University of Pennsylvania
01/27 – Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm EST
01/30 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Memorial Hall at University of North Carolina
02/01 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
02/04 – Minneapolis, MN Pantages Theatre On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm CST
02/06 – Chicago, IL Athenaeum Theater On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm CST
02/07 – Chicago, IL Athenaeum Theater On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm CST
02/08 – Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm CST
02/10 – Athens, GA 40 Watt Club On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm EST
02/11 – Athens, GA 40 Watt Club On Sale on Fri, 11/11 at 12pm EST
03/07 – Dublin, IRE Vicar Street (Rescheduled Date) SOLD OUT
03/09 – Minehead, UK @ All Tomorrow’s Parties Curated By Jeff Mangum (Rescheduled Dates)
03/10 – Minehead, UK @ All Tomorrow’s Parties Curated By Jeff Mangum (Rescheduled Dates)
03/11 – Minehead, UK @ All Tomorrow’s Parties Curated By Jeff Mangum (Rescheduled Dates)
03/13 – London, UK @ Union Chapel (Rescheduled Date)
03/14 – London, UK @ Union Chapel (Rescheduled Date)

[Photo by Cory Greenwell]

Comments (4)
  1. What does he have againnnnnnst California? SmokeAllYouWantAndSeeThePlanets, I’m looking at you.

  2. Brooklyn? We in there.

  3. I love Mangum and all, but isn’t selling tickets to one of your shows through Ticketmaster kind of against the spirit of Occupy Wall Street?

  4. Most music is against the “spirit of Occupy Wall Street,” since it only takes about $350,000 in income to be in the top 1%. Mangum is probably one of the few not in the top 1%.

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