Poirier West Coast Tour May 2011

Poirier West Coast Tour May 2011

Poirier is hitting the road over the next fortnight, playing six dates in the United States and Canada, as well as an in-store performance at Turntable Lab in Los Angeles on May 19th. Select dates will also feature MC Zulu and Juakali, all dates and details below.

Poirier West Coast Tour May 2011

May 13 - VANCOUVER - Fortune Sound Club
May 14 - PORTLAND - Holocene
May 15 - SAN FRANCISCO - Dub Mission @ Elbo Room
May 18 - SEATTLE w/ Juakali - The Baltic Room
May 19 - LOS ANGELES - Turntable Lab In-Store
May 19 - LOS ANGELES - w/ Juakali - Dance Right @ La Cita
May 20 - CHICAGO - w/ MC Zulu - The Abbey



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