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CakeTickets are on sale for two Cake shows at Terminal 5 in NYC. It's part of their "Unlimited Sunshine" tour that kicks off in San Diego on November 29th. Cake's latest CD is a collection of B-Sides and Rarities. All tour dates below....

Cake - 2007 Tour Dates
11/29, San Diego, CA (4th B)
11/30, Los Angeles, CA (Orpheum Theater)
12/1, Las Vegas, NV (Venue TBA)
12/2, Anaheim, CA (The Grove)
12/3, Portland, OR (Crystal Ballroom/KNRK Christmas Show)
12/5, Portland, ME (Merrill Auditorium)
12/6, Providence, RI (Lupo's)
12/7, Boston, MA (Orpheum Theater)
12/8, Sewell, NJ (Commerce Bank Arts Centre)
12/9, Richmond, VA (Toad's)
12/10, Washington, DC (Constitution Hall)
12/12, New York, NY (Terminal 5)
12/13, New York, NY (Terminal 5)
12/14, Rochester, NY (Armory)

"Cake has reignited the band's 'Unlimited Sunshine' tour, tapping Brazilian Girls, Detroit Cobras, Oakley Hall, King City, and Agent Ribbons for the nationwide 14-date outing." [SPIN]

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Comments (15)

$25 yes.
$38 no.

Posted by mark | October 22, 2007 10:02 AM

At least it's not some "Christian House Band".

You are getting six band, but of course you have to buy dinner, because the show starts so early, and I doubt they sell nachos at Terminal 5.

Cake!

Posted by Freepster | October 22, 2007 10:06 AM

The cake is a lie.


Anyone?

Posted by Bob Loblaw | October 22, 2007 10:27 AM

The all day show for the 2002 tour was great, even with the rain the first show. I don't see how they can fit so many bands into an evening show.

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 10:30 AM

i think its just cake, brazillian girls, oakley hall, King City and Agent Ribbons, detroit cobras on west coast.

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 10:41 AM

All I know for sure about openers is that Brazilian Girls are opening the NYC shows.

Posted by brooklynvegan | October 22, 2007 10:45 AM

hey bob, portal rocks.

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 11:27 AM

They're a pretty good live band, but are you kidding me with the $38 plus fees? Come on. Who's going to actually pay for that?

Posted by Robert | October 22, 2007 12:32 PM

2002 Unlimited Sunshine was Modest Mouse, De La Soul, Flaming Lips, and Cake - plus tons of rain. I think tickets were about $38 which was well worth it for that lineup, this one not so much.
BTW Cake is an excellent live band, I didn't know much of them before seeing this show, & they really impressed me.

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 1:57 PM

"2002 Unlimited Sunshine was Modest Mouse, De La Soul, Flaming Lips, and Cake"

You forgot Kinky and the Hackensaw Boys (I guess if Pitchfork doesn't review you, hipsters don't care). Every band was great except for maybe Modest Mouse. I went to both shows, great time!

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 2:08 PM

didn't forget them, just listing those I went to see, and who to me justified the $38 dollar cover charge. kinky was energetic but forgettable, and hackensack boys played a 20 minute set that I liked but couldn't hear well (IIRC it was not amplified).

but hey! your anonymous snarky remark really showed me! whoo!

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 3:25 PM

the maine show is 46.50 face and then 7 service charge. way too much.

Posted by Anonymous | October 22, 2007 8:02 PM

more openers confirmed for NYC:
Brazilian Girls
King City
Oakley Hall
Agent Ribbons

(still don't see Detroit Cobras on the bill)

Posted by brooklynvegan | October 31, 2007 6:24 PM

Anyone know what time Oakley Hall goes on? Are they playing 2nd after Brazilian Girls?

Posted by ry | December 13, 2007 1:43 PM

the cake is a lie, from portal good to see a geek on the comment board.

Posted by michael | December 13, 2007 9:35 PM

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