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Jens:


THE NORTH AMERICAN PACIFIC COASTLINE with comedian TIG NOTARO
June 7 - Vancouver, BC - TBA


June 6 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom


June 5 - Seattle, WA - Crocodile Café


June 4 - Seattle, WA - Crocodile Café


June 3 - Eugene, OR - WOW Hall


June 2 - San Francisco, CA - Bottom of the Hill


June 1 - San Francisco, CA - Bottom of the Hill


May 30 - San Luis Obispo, CA - SLO Art Center


May 29 - Santa Barbara, CA - Velvet Jones
May 28 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echo


May 27 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echo


May 26 - San Diego, CA - The Loft, UCSD the Viktor Sjöberg Series




Jenny:
04.10
Honolulu, Hawaii
Pipeline Café
04.13
Pomona, Calif.
Glass House
04.14
Solana Beach, Calif.
Belly Up
04.15
Sacramento, Calif.
Empire
04.18
Indio, Calif.
Coachella
05.27
Santa Cruz, Calif.
Rio Theatre
05.28
San Francisco, Calif.
The Fillmore
05.29
San Francisco, Calif.
The Fillmore
05.30
Portland, Ore.
Roseland
05.31
Seattle, Wash.
Showbox at the Market
06.03
Minneapolis, Minn.
First Avenue
06.04
Madison, Wis.
Barrymore Theatre
06.05
Chicago, Ill.
Park West
06.06
Columbus, Ohio
Wexner Center for the Arts
06.08
Philadelphia, Pa.
Trocadero
06.09
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Music Hall of Williamsburg
06.10
Boston, Mass.
House of Blues
06.11
Washington, D.C.
9:30 Club
06.12
Carrboro, N.C.
Cat’s Cradle
06.13
Manchester, Tenn.
Bonnaroo
06.14
St. Louis, Mo.
The Pageant
06.15
Lawrence, Kan.
Granada
06.17
Omaha, Neb.
Slowdown
06.19
Telluride, Colo.
Telluride Bluegrass Festival
06.20
Santa Fe, N.M.
Sante Fe Brewing Co.
06.22
Austin, Texas
Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheatre
06.23
Dallas, Texas
Granada
06.24
Houston, Texas
Warehouse Live
06.26
New Orleans, La.
House of Blues
06.29
Orlando, Fla.
Plaza Theatre
07.01
Athens, Ga.
TBA
07.03
Richmond, Va.
The National
07.05
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr. Smalls

07.06
Louisville, Ky.
Headliners Music Hall
07.07
Fayetteville, Ark.
George’s Majestic
07.09
Salt Lake City, Utah
Twilight Concert Series
Get The Word Out


Camera Obscura:
06.30
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr. Small’s




that'd be an interesting show. how do you think Camera Obscura is live? I'm really feeling finicky about this- I love Jenny, I want to see her, but I think Jens will be giving out dates later and I've already seen J-Lewis with Rilo.....




- Brittany

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