Atlantic recording artists Zero 7 has announced details of their upcoming North American tour. The dates come in support of the UK-based duo's critically celebrated third album, The Garden.

The tour will see Zero 7 (aka Sam Hardaker and Henry Binns) joined onstage by a full four-piece backing band and two extraordinary vocalists, longtime collaborator Sia Furler and Swedish singer/songwriter José González. Both acclaimed artists in their own rights, Furler and González recently lent their voices to a number of tracks on The Garden.

The North American dates will kick off on August 26th at San Diego's House of Blues, and then travel the continent before culminating in an eagerly anticipated two-night-stand at New York City's Webster Hall on September 15th and 16th.

In addition to the headline dates, the trek also features a number of major festival appearances, including KCRW's World Festival at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl on August 27th, and a September 3rd performance at Seattle's annual Bumbershoot extravaganza.

Zero 7 Tour Dates:

8.26 San Diego, CA | House of Blues
8.27 Los Angeles, CA | Hollywood Bowl | KCRW's World Festival
8.29 San Francisco, CA | The Fillmore
8.30 San Francisco, CA | The Fillmore
9.01 Portland, OR | Wonder Ballroom
9.02 Vancouver, BC | Commodore Ballroom
9.03 Seattle, WA | Bumbershoot Festival
9.06 Denver, CO | Gothic Theatre
9.08 Minneapolis, MN | Fine Line Music Cafe
9.10 Toronto, ON | Toronto Islands Park - V Fest
9.12 Boston, MA | Avalon Ballroom
9.13 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
9.15 New York, NY | Webster Hall
9.16 New York, NY | Webster Hall

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minutes Thu 6/22/2006 07:12AM
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everyones saying different things to me, different things to me

All Loving Liberal White Guy Thu 6/22/2006 06:16PM
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All Loving Liberal White Guy

these guys rule. go get their new album called the garden. or go buy any of them. nice tunes for chill summer nights.

mojofolk Fri 6/23/2006 08:33AM
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Man, I love Zero 7, great late night, chill and get smooth music... it'll be interesting to see how that transfers to the live experience

laurboar72 Fri 6/23/2006 02:09PM
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Hell yeah! those shows will be awesome!