The Dead Weather North American Tour 2009

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North American Tour 2009
Tour by The Dead Weather
Location North America
Associated album Horehound
Start date July 16, 2009 (2009-07-16)
End date August 30, 2009 (2009-08-30)
Legs 2
Number of shows 23
The Dead Weather concert chronology

The North American Tour (officially untitled, also known as the Horehound Tour) was a North American concert tour by American alternative rock band The Dead Weather. The tour, which was in support of the band's debut album, Horehound, began on July 16, 2009, is ended on August 30, 2009 It included 23 shows over two legs.

Set list[edit]

Main set
  1. "60 Feet Tall"
  2. "Bone House"
  3. "Hang You from the Heavens"
  4. "You Just Can't Win" (Them cover)
  5. "So Far from Your Weapon"
  6. "I Cut Like a Buffalo"
  7. "A Child of a Few Hours Is Burning to Death" (The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band cover)
  8. "Rocking Horse"
  9. "No Hassle Night"
  10. "Will There Be Enough Water?"
Encore
  1. "Forever My Queen" (Pentagram cover)
  2. "Treat Me Like Your Mother"
  3. "New Pony" (Bob Dylan cover)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
First leg
July 16, 2009 New York City United States Terminal 5
July 17, 2009
July 18, 2009 Boston House of Blues
July 19, 2009 Ottawa Canada Ottawa Blues Festival
July 21, 2009 Montreal Olympia De Montreal
July 22, 2009 Toronto Kool Haus
July 24, 2009 Detroit United States The Fillmore
July 25, 2009 Columbus The LC Pavilion
July 27, 2009 Minneapolis First Avenue
July 28, 2009 Chicago The Vic Theatre
July 29, 2009
July 30, 2009 Nashville War Memorial Auditorium
Second leg
August 17, 2009 Denver United States Ogden Theatre
August 18, 2009 Salt Lake City The Depot
August 20, 2009 Seattle Paramount Theatre
August 21, 2009 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom
August 22, 2009
August 23, 2009 Portland United States Roseland Theatre
August 25, 2009 Los Angeles Wiltern Theatre
August 26, 2009 Mayan Theatre
August 27, 2009 Pomona Glasshouse
August 29, 2009 San Diego Street Scene
August 30, 2009 San Francisco Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival

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