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Suckers play two sold-out shows with their labelmates Local Natives on May 6th and 7th at Bowery Ballroom. They’ll have an NYC show of their own at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Friday, June 18th as a release party for their debut, Wild Smile, out June 8th on Frenchkiss. Tickets go on sale Friday at noon.

Suckers have also been added to the lineup of the sold-out Passion Pit/Tokyo Police Club show at Prospect Park on June 29th and the show the next night at Governors Island with the same bands plus We Were Promised Jetpacks.

Local Natives play Governors Island in August. On Sunday they played Coachella. Passion Pit played the California fest on Friday. Tokyo Police Club played Saturday.

All Suckers dates below…

Suckers – 2010 Tour Dates
Apr 22 – Sons of Herman Hall w/ Local Natives Dallas, Texas
Apr 23 – Antone’s w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT Austin, Texas
Apr 24 – Mango’s w/ Local Natives Houston, Texas
Apr 26 – Sticky Fingerz w/ Local Natives Little Rock, Arkansas
Apr 27 – Thristy Hippo w/ Local Natives Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Apr 29 – Cafe Eleven w/ Local Natives Augustine, Florida
Apr 30 – The Basement w/ Local Natives Nashville, Tennessee
May 1 – Masquerade – Hell Stage w/ Local Natives Atlanta, Georgia
May 4 – Local 506 w/ Local Natives Chapel Hill, North Carolina
May 5 – Rock ‘n Roll Hotel w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT Washington, Washington DC
May 6 – Bowery Ballroom w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT Manhattan, New York
May 7 – Bowery Ballroom w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT Manhattan, New York
May 8 – Great Scott w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT Alston, Massachusetts
May 10 – Blind Pig w/ Local Natives Ann Arbor, Michigan
May 11 – Beachland Tavern w/ Local Natives Cleveland Heights, Ohio
May 12 – The Basement w/ Local Natives Columbus, Ohio
May 14 – Schubas w/ Local Natives – ALL AGES – SOLD OUT Chicago, Illinois
May 14 – Schubas w/ Local Natives – 18+ – SOLD OUT Chicago, Illinois
May 15 – Rock Island Brewing Company w/ Local Natives Rock Island, Illinois
May 17 – 400 Bar w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT Minneapolis, Minnesota
May 18 – The Mill w/ Local Natives Iowa City, Iowa
May 19 – Mojo’s w/ Local Natives Columbia, Missouri
May 21 – Larimer Lounge w/ Local Natives Denver, Colorado
May 22 – Kilby Court w/ Local Natives Salt Lake City, Utah
May 25 – Empyrean Coffee House w/ Local Natives Spokane, Washington
May 26 – Neurolux w/ Local Natives Boise, Idaho
May 27 – Mississippi Studios w/ Local Natives Portland, Oregon
May 28 – Media Club w/ Local Natives Vancouver, British Columbia
May 31 – The Comet Tavern Seattle, Washington
Jun 2 – Rickshaw Stop w/ Local Natives San Francisco, California
Jun 3 – Bottom of the Hill w/ Local Natives – SOLD OUT San Francisco, California
Jun 4 – Troubadour w/ Local Natives Los Angeles, California
Jun 18 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – WILD SMILE RECORD RELEASE PARTY!!! Brooklyn, New York
Jun 29 – Prospect Park Bandshell w/ Passion Pit & Tokyo Police Club – SOLD OUT Brooklyn, New York
Jun 30 – Governor’s Island w/ Passion Pit, Tokyo Police Club & We Were Promised Jetpacks New York, New York

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