Hot on the heels of their Jam Cruise debut Northeast-based quartet Dopapod has detailed an extensive Spring Tour. The band will focus on the Northeast, Midwest and Southeast between March 23 and April 29.
Dopapod kicks off Spring Tour with three nights at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City March 23 – 25. From there, the group plays a night a piece in Pittsburgh and Columbus ahead of two shows at the TLA in Philadelphia. A run through New England follows and includes performances in Portland, Burlington, Boston and Fairfield. Then, the quartet plays Ithaca before heading to the Midwest for concerts in Cleveland, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Urbana, St. Louis, Lexington and Nashville.
Rob Compa & Co. begin the tail end of the tour with an appearance at the SweetWater 420 Fest in Atlanta. Up next is a run through North Carolina featuring stops in Wilmington, Carrboro and Charlotte. Dopapod ends the tour with visits to Richmond and Baltimore on April 28 and 29 respectively.
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