The Black Keys’ Australia and New Zealand Tour Dates 2011

The Black Keys are coming back to (Australia and New Zealand) as part of their ‘Brothers’ tour in 2011.

The dates so far, looks like plenty of room for additional side shows.

20 January
Opera House, Wellington, New Zealand (CANCELLED)

21 January
Big Day Out, Auckland, New Zealand (CANCELLED)

23 January
Big Day Out, Gold Coast, Australia (CANCELLED)

25 Jan
Tivoli, Brisbane (CANCELLED)

26 January
Big Day Out, Sydney, Australia (CANCELLED)

27 January
Big Day Out, Sydney, Australia (CANCELLED)

29 January
Enmore Theatre, Sydney (CANCELLED)

30 January
Big Day Out, Melbourne, Australia (CANCELLED)

1 February
Billboard, Melbourne (CANCELLED)

2 February
Palace Theatre, Melbourne (CANCELLED)

4 February
Big Day Out, Adelaide, Australia (CANCELLED)

6 February
Big Day Out, Perth, Australia (CANCELLED)

The Black Keys’ Tour Dates 2011

2011 may well be as busy as 2010 for The Black Keys as the the strength of the Brothers album slowly but surely attracts new fans and ignites the passions of fans of old.

1 January
Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, USA

20 January
Opera House, Wellington, New Zealand (CANCELLED)

21 January
Big Day Out, Auckland, New Zealand (CANCELLED)

23 January
Big Day Out, Gold Coast, Australia (CANCELLED)

25 Jan
Tivoli, Brisbane, Australia (CANCELLED)

26 January
Big Day Out, Sydney, Australia (CANCELLED)

27 January
Big Day Out, Sydney, Australia (CANCELLED)

29 January
Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia (CANCELLED)

30 January
Big Day Out, Melbourne, Australia (CANCELLED)

1 February
Billboard, Melbourne, Australia (CANCELLED)

2 February
Palace Theatre, Melbourne (CANCELLED)

4 February
Big Day Out, Adelaide, Australia (CANCELLED)

6 February
Big Day Out, Perth, Australia (CANCELLED)

19 February
The Chelsea-The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, USA

20 February
The Chelsea-The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, USA – SOLD OUT

15 March
Olympia, Paris, France

16 March
Nantes, France

18 March
Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, Netherlands

19 March
Essigfabrik, Köln, Germany (CANCELLED)

20 March
Grünspan, Hamburg, Germany (CANCELLED)

22 March
Astra, Berlin, Germany (CANCELLED)

23 March
Backstage Werk, Munich, Germany (CANCELLED)

24 March
Zurich, Switzerland (CANCELLED)

25 March
Lille, France (CANCELLED)

14 April
Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, AZ, USA

15 April
Coachella Festival, AZ, USA

22 May
Hangout Festival, Gulf Shores, AL, USA

9-12 June
Bonnaroo Festival, Manchester, TN, USA

10 June
The Lawn at White River State Park, Indianapolis, IN, USA

27 June
Deer Lake Park, Vancouver, Canada

28 June
Stampede Corral, Calgary, Canada

29 June
Rexall Place, Edmonton, Canada

30 June
TCU Place, Saskatoon, Canada

2 July
MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Canada

3 July
Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN, USA

5 July
Stir Cove Amphitheatre, Council Bluffs, IA, USA

6 July
Summerfest, Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI, USA

7 July
Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada

8 July
Ottawa Blues Festival, Canada

10 July
Quebec City Summer Festival, Quebec City, Canada

11 July
Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada

12 July
John Labatt Centre, London, ON, Canada

13 July
Artpark, Buffalo, NY, USA

6 August
Kanrocksas Festival, Kansas City, KS, USA

13 August
Outside Lands Festival, San Francisco, CA, USA

10 September
Virgin Mobile Freefest, Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland, USA

3 December
Saturday Night Live, New York, NY, USA

5 December
Album release show, New York, NY, USA

6 December
Colbert Report [TV], New York, NY, USA

7 December
David Letterman Show [TV], New York, NY, USA

11 December
Gibson Amphitheatre – KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas, Los Angeles, CA, USA