Disclosure Announce 2015 North American Tour

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Electro-funk lords Disclosure are gearing up for a brand new North American tour in support of their upcoming second LP Caracal. Dates in Los Angeles, Atlanta, New Orleans, St. Paul, Chicago, Philadelphia and more are currently on the group’s itinerary, which closes out at Madison Square Garden in NYC.

Ticket information can be found on Disclosure’s website. Caracal will be released on September 25th and features guest performances from Sam Smith, Lion Babe, The Weeknd, Kwabs, Gregory Porter, Miguel and more. The album’s most recent single, “Omen,” benefits from the vast vocal talents of Smith and has been considered by many to be a surefire sign that the new LP retains much of the same fire of their debut, Settle. You can get an early jump and pre-order the album on iTunes today, and read Disclosure’s full tour schedule below.

Disclosure Fall 2015 Tour Dates:

09-29 Los Angeles, CA – L.A. Memorial Sports Arena
10-02 Austin, TX – ACL Music Festival
1o-04 Nashville, TN – Woods Amphitheater
10-05 Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle
10-06 New Orleans, LA – Mardi Gras World Ballroom
10-09 Austin, TX – ACL Music Festival
10-13 St. Paul, MN – Roy Wilkins Auditorium
10-14 Madison, WI – Alliant Energy Center
10-15 Chicago, IL – Navy Pier
10-16 Grand Rapids, MI – The DeltaPlex Arena
10-17 Toronto, Ontario – Direct Energy Centre
10-19 Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore
10-21 Washington, DC – Echostage
10-24 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

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