Nada Surf have already sold out a short five-date run in late January/early February that will take them down the west coast and end in New York City on February 8. Following these dates, the band heads to Europe for a headlining tour before returning for SXSW. During the spring American tour they will be joined by The Little Ones in March, and What Made Milwaukee Famous in April, with a one-off co-headlining gig with Superdrag at Terminal 5 in NYC on April 11th.
Nada Surf’s fifth release to date, Lucky, was co-produced by the band and John Goodmanson (Death Cab For Cutie, Blonde Redhead, Sleater-Kinney). Many great artists make guest appearances on the record, including: Death Cab‘s Ben Gibbard, Ed Harcourt, John Roderick of the Long Winters, and guitarist Phil Wandscher of Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter.
Nada Surf Tour Dates
01/30/08 Wed The Triple Door Seattle, WA(w/ Port O’Brien)
01/31/08 Thu Doug Fir Portland, OR (w/ Port O’Brien)
02/02/08 Sat Swedish American Hall San Francisco, CA (w/ Port O’Brien)
02/07/08 Thu Music Hall Of Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY (w/ Illinois)
02/08/08 Fri Bowery Ballroom New York, NY (w/ Illinois)
03/17/08 Mon The Clubhouse Tempe, AZ #
03/18/08 Tue House of Blues San Diego, CA #
03/19/08 Wed Henry Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA #
03/21/08 Fri Glass House Pomona, CA #
03/22/08 Sat The Fillmore San Francisco, CA #
03/25/08 Tue Harlow’s Sacramento, CA #
03/26/08 Wed The Crystal Ballroom Portland, OR #
03/28/08 Fri The Showbox Seattle, WA #
03/29/08 Sat Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC #
04/01/08 Tue Gothic Theatre Denver, CO *
04/02/08 Wed The Waiting Room Omaha, NE *
04/03/08 Thu First Avenue Minneapolis, MN *
04/04/08 Fri Metro Chicago, IL *
04/05/08 Sat St. Andrews Hall Detroit, MI *
04/07/08 Mon Toronto Opera House Toronto, ON *
04/08/08 Tue Club Soda Montreal, QC *
04/10/08 Thu Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA *
04/11/08 Fri Terminal 5 New York, NY (w/ Superdrag)
04/12/08 Sat 9:30 Club Washington, DC *
04/13/08 Sun The Trocadero Philadelphia, PA *
# w/ The Little Ones
* w/ What Made Milwaukee Famous
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