Boys Noize is on the road in Europe promoting his newest album Out of the Black. Here's his second tour diary, shot in Paris, Milan, Zurich, and Vienna. Read on for tour dates and purchase links.
BOYS NOIZE LIVE - OUT OF THE BLACK TOUR 2012
LIVE (*) and DJ Dates http://www.boysnoize.com/dates
11/23 - Fort Lauderdale, FL (USA) @ Revolution *
11/24 – Orlando, FL (USA) @ House of Blues *
11/28 – Silvers Spring, DC (USA) @ Fillmore *
11/30 - New York, NY (USA) @ Roseland Ballroom *
12/01 – Philadelphia, PA (USA) @ TLA*
12/02 – Boston, MA (USA) @ House of Blues *
12/03 - South Burlington, VT (USA) @ Higher Ground Ballroom
12/06 – Montreal (CAN) @ New City Gas *
12/07 - Toronto (CAN) @ Sound Academy *
12/08 – Chicago, IL (USA) @ Aragon *
12/09 - Maplewood, MN (USA) @ Myth
12/10 - St. Louis, MO (USA) @ Pageant *
12/11 - Seattle. WA (USA) @ Neptune
12/12 - Vancouver, BC (CAN) @ Venue
12/13 - Portland, OR (USA) @ Roseland Theater
12/14 - Oakland, CA (USA) @ Fox Theatre *
12/15 - Los Angeles, CA (USA) @ Palladium *
12/16 - San Diego, CA (USA) @ House of Blues*
12/17 - El Paso, TX (USA) @ Buchanan's
12/18 – Denver, CO (USA) @ Fillmore*
12/19 - Austin, TX (USA) @ Kingdom
12/20 – Dallas, TX (USA) @ House of Blues *
12/21 – Houston, TX (USA) @ House of Blues *
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