Arctic Monkeys Add Another Jaunt To The US This Summer

We are happy to announce that Arctic Monkeys will be opening and closing the summer in the US. After already announcing dates in the states starting in mid-May, the band has just revealed more dates at the beginning of August. As you may already know, the tour is in support of their upcoming album, Suck It And See, which drops June 7th courtesy of Domino Records.

If you haven't checked out the trippy as heck video for their single, "Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair", be sure to check that out.

Check out the old and new dates (which are bolded) after the jump!

5/17                       Washington, DC                9:30 Club *
5/18                       Philadelphia, PA               The Electric Factory *
5/19                       Boston, MA                         House Of Blues *
5/21                       Toronto, ON                       Kool Haus *
5/22                       Montreal, QC                     Olympia de Montreal *
5/24                       New York, NY                    Rumsey Playfield *
5/26                       Detroit, MI                         Clutch Cargoes *
5/27                       Milwaukee, WI                  The Rave *
5/28                       Minneapolis, MN             First Ave *
5/30                       Denver, CO                        The Ogden Theatre *
5/31                       Salt Lake City, UT             In The Venue *
6/2                           Pomona, CA                        The Fox Theatre *
6/3                         Los Angeles, CA                Hollywood Palladium *
8/1                         Dallas, TX                       The Palladium Ballroom
8/2                        Austin, TX                       Stub’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre
8/3                        Houston, TX                   House Of Blues
8/10                      Seattle, WA                     The Showbox
8/11                       Portland, OR                  The Crystal Ballroom
8/12                      San Francisco, CA       The Independent

*  w/ The Vaccines