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Sea and the CAke

The Sea & Cake are going out on tour again before the year is over. Tickets go on sale Thurday for two NYC shows. All dates below...

The Sea & the Cake - 2008 Tour Dates
Sat 09/27 - Orchestra Hall Chicago IL
Fri 11/07 - First Unitarian Church Philadelphia PA
Sat 11/08 - Black Cat Washington DC
Mon 11/10 - Bowery Ballroom New York NY
Tue 11/11 - Music Hall Of Williamsburg Brooklyn NY
Wed 11/12 - Middle East Downstairs Cambridge MA
Thu 11/13 - La Sala Rossa Montreal PQ
Fri 11/14 - Lees Palace Toronto ON
Sat 11/15 - Empty Bottle Chicago IL
Sat 11/15 - Empty Bottle Chicago IL
Fri 11/28 - Doug Fir Lounge Portland OR *
Sat 11/29 - Chop Suey Seattle WA *
Tue 12/02 - Great American Music Hall San Francisco CA *
Wed 12/03 - Troubadour Los Angeles CA *
Thu 12/04 - Troubadour Los Angeles CA *
Fri 12/05 - The Glass House Pomona CA *
Sat 12/06 - Casbah San Diego CA *

* w/ Field Music

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Comments (12)

It's the Sea and Cake (not The Sea and the Cake).

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 10:44 AM


Of course they are playing Bowery and MHOW - the joys of perpetual corporate monopolies and the lurid relationships they spawn between "venues" and agencies. I wonder if the artists even care???

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 10:47 AM

"Of course they are playing Bowery and MHOW - the joys of perpetual corporate monopolies and the lurid relationships they spawn between "venues" and agencies. I wonder if the artists even care??? "

GIVE. ME. A. BREAK.

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 10:54 AM

"It's the Sea and Cake (not The Sea and the Cake)."

oops... fixed, thanks.

Posted by brooklynvegan | September 3, 2008 10:57 AM

"Of course they are playing Bowery and MHOW - the joys of perpetual corporate monopolies and the lurid relationships they spawn between "venues" and agencies. I wonder if the artists even care??? "

GIVE. ME. A. BREAK."

Seriously dude. I think it's great they are doing multiple nights in NYC at smaller venues. Their music is (in my opinion) not fit for a venue the size of webster hall or bigger. I thnk it's going to be a good show.

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 11:02 AM

...can't wait, hope that asshole (anon 10:47) isn't there...

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 11:05 AM

are they good live?

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 11:22 AM

They're *okay* live assuming you like seeing straight cuts right from the album. In fact they almost looked nervous on stage when I saw them, but that may just be the frontman and his relative "indie pop"-ness and his feather touch of a performance. I saw them at the Thrill Jockey 15th Party in Chicago so maybe that's not a full taste, but yeah -- they're not incredible live but they're nowhere close to bad either (especially if you like the music).

Posted by Justin Ward | September 3, 2008 12:09 PM

It's not actually Field Music who are supporting them, it's The Week That Was, Peter Brewis's new project (that David Brewis happens to play drums in).

Posted by amanda | September 3, 2008 12:13 PM

I celebrate the guy's entire catalog.

Posted by Bob Slydell | September 3, 2008 12:14 PM

It's says the tickets are on sale 9/2 at noon which was yesterday and I still cant get them, does anybody know what the deal is, and they are amazing live.

Posted by Anonymous | September 3, 2008 3:35 PM

does anyone know what time the bands are going on? is death vessel before or after twi?

Posted by abh | November 11, 2008 5:25 PM

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