Peter Bjorn and John announce fall "All You Can Eat Tour"

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Peter Bjorn and John have announced their fall “All You Can Eat Tour.” The tour will last six weeks, their longest tour to date. It kicks off in Chicago, IL on August 24th and ends in San Francisco, CA on October 8th. The band will have extended dates in Toronto, Los Angeles and New York. Keep reading for all the details!

New York, NY – Peter Bjorn and John are giving their fans some more this fall when they kick off their “All You Can Eat Tour” – a six week trek that finds the Swedes spending some quality time with their fans as they embark on a city by city exploration.  Their longest US run to date, the tour kicks off in Chicago, IL on August 24th with the first of their mini-residences and will end on October 8th in San Francisco, CA with the last.  They’ll also set up camp in Toronto, New York and Los Angeles for extended stays with several other stops along the way – complete dates below.
The “All You Can Eat Tour” comes on the heels of their most recent sold out US headlining that was met with unbridled excitement.  The Boston Herald said, “PB&J delivered frenetic, guitar-stoked rock ’n’ roll…” and thePortland Tribune raved “…Peter, Bjorn & John put on a show that made the audience move, sing, shout and scream as they realized they were seeing something rare – the birth of a world class band…” and went on the call them “…one of the most compelling bands on the circuit right now….”
The Spring and Fall tours are both in support of the band’s latest full-length studio album – Gimme Some – that was released on March 29th on StarTime International to praise from the press including SPIN who said the new album has “…punk-octane velocity…,” Maxim who described it as “…addictively catchy indie rock,” and ELLE who wrote that Gimme Some is “a back to basics collection of rock and punk infused tracks that make them a top contender for best album of the year.”  The new release also earned them a performance onConan as well as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and found the band doing a session for Sirius XMU where they also co-hosted for a week and while on tour they performed live for NPR’s World Café, KEXP and WNYC’s Soundcheck among others. 
With an amazing new album and a sold-out US headlining tour already under their belts this year, Peter Bjorn and John are thrilled to give fans some more when they embark on their “All You Can Eat” tour this fall.  The city by city exploration will offer US fans a unique opportunity to see the band play in whichever venue on whichever night suits them best.  Confirmed dates below… 
August             24th      Empty Bottle                           Chicago, IL
                        25th      Lincoln Hall                             Chicago, IL
                        26th      Majestic Theatre                     Madison, WI
                        27th      First Avenue                            Minneapolis, MN
                        28th      Schuba’s                                  Chicago, IL
                        29th      Schuba’s                                  Chicago, IL
                        31st      Grog Shop                                Cleveland, OH
September       1st        Magic Stick                              Detroit, MI
                        2nd        Lee’s Palace                            Toronto, ON
                        3rd        Lee’s Palace                            Toronto, ON
                        5th        La Tulipe                                 Montreal, PQ
                        7th        House of Blues                        Boston, MA
                        9th        9:30 Club                                 Washington, DC
                        10th      Trocadero                                Philadelphia, PA
                        12th      Brooklyn Bowl                         Brooklyn, NY
                        13th      Maxwell’s                                Hoboken, NJ
                        14th      Highline Ballroom                   New York, NY
                        15th      Music Hall of Williamsburg    Brooklyn, NY
                        16th      Bowery Ballroom                     New York, NY
                        17th      Toad’s Place                            New Haven, CT
                        18th      Mercury Lounge                      New York, NY
                        22nd      Plaza Theater                          Orlando, FL
                        23rd      Bardot Miami                          Miami, FL
                        24th      Czar Imperial Ballroom           Tampa, FL
                        25th      Club Downunder                     Tallahassee, FL
                        26th      One Eyed Jacks                       New Orleans, LA
                        27th      Warehouse Live                      Houston, TX
                        30th      Belly Up                                   Solana Beach, CA
October           1st        Troubadour                              Los Angeles, CA
                        3rd        The Smell                                Los Angeles, CA
                        4th        Echo                                        Los Angeles, CA
                        5th        El Rey Theatre                         Los Angeles, CA
                        6th        Great American Music Hall     San Francisco, CA
                        7th        New Parish                              Oakland, CA
                        8th        Slim’s                                       San Francisco, CA
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