Sleater-Kinney, ‘No Cities to Love’ (Sub Pop) When your favorite band reunites after an extended break, there’s always a moment of trepidation. Will they be able to live up to perhaps unrealistic expectations? Or will the reunion turn out to have been done for the sole purpose of coasting on previous laurels? Fans of Sleater-Kinney can breathe…More
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UPDATE: Sleater-Kinney has added a third show, Thursday, May 7, at the Showbox.
Sleater-Kinney has announced that it will close out its “No Cities To Love” tour with a two-night stand at the Showbox on May 8-9, 2015. The band, which formed in Olympia in 1994 and was a key part of the riot grrrl movement, has added a total of 19 new dates to its 41-date schedule. “No Cities To Love” is Sleater-Kinney’s first album in 10 years. Band member Carrie Brownstein (center) is the co-star of the successful TV comedy “Portlandia.”
Tickets cost $30 and are available at noon on Friday, Dec. 12, via ShowboxPresents.com.More