Ted Leo And The Pharmacists – Fall 2011 U.S. Dates

(Ted, shown in his natural summer habitat, ie. a large outdoor gig in New York City, more specifically, South Street Seaport, two weekends ago)

Lest anyone believe a recent run of solo shows would mean an autumn of leaf-blowing,¬† strange pagan rituals and pumpkin carving¬† for the powerhouse quartet known as Ted Leo And The Pharmacists, not so fast.¬† Tickets for all of the gigs below are now available, and if you think there’s a conspicuous gap in the schedule during the weekend of November 5th and 6th, rest assured I have no idea what you’re talking about.

Fri, 9/23 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s (Johnny Brenda’s 5th Anniversary – evening show, 21+) (tickets)
Sat, 9/24 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s (Johnny Brenda’s 5th Anniversary – afternoon show, all ages) (tickets)
Tue, 10/25 – Newark, DE – Mojo Main (tickets)
Wed, 10/26 – Raleigh, NC – King’s Barcade (tickets)
Thu, 10/27 – Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern (tickets)
Sat, 10/29 – Gainesville, FL – The Venue (tickets)
Sun, 10/30 – Miami, FL – Churchill’s (tickets)
Tue, 11/1 – Tampa, FL – Crowbar (tickets)
Wed, 11/2 – Tallahassee, FL – Club Downunder
Thu, 11/3 – Pensacola, FL – Handlebar (tickets)
Fri, 11/4 – Baton Rouge, LA – Spanish Moon (tickets)
Tue, 11/8 – Oxford, MS – Proud Larry’s (tickets)
Wed, 11/9 – Birmingham, AL – Bottletree (tickets)
Thu, 11/10 – Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle (tickets)
Sat, 11/12 – Washington, DC – Sacred Heart Church, benefit for the National Day Laborer Organizing Network and We Are
Family DC

(‘The Brutalist Bricks’, still available from The Matador Store on LP. compact disc and a multitude of digital formats)

4 thoughts on “Ted Leo And The Pharmacists – Fall 2011 U.S. Dates”

  1. Tickets link for the Washington, DC show points to the Grey Eagle, FYI. Should get that fixed.

  2. Last night’s show at the Fireside Bowl was pretty epic. Just awesome to see him play a bowling alley that holds maybe 100-120 people with a couple of large PA speakers. TL/Rx the way they were meant to be heard.

  3. I dunno Seitz. Seeing Tyranny at Millennium Park was pretty epic too. Although you can’t beat the small show energy. Sufficed to say, the boys are on top of their game right now.

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