DeVotchka plot three month tour

Slavic/Mariachi flavored rock quartet DeVotchKa has announced a tour that will keep them busy for the first three months of 2009, beginning January 23rd in Philadelphia PA and ending on March 22nd in Cleveland OH.

Supported by former Archers of Loaf frontman Eric Bachmann’s latest project Crooked Fingers, the tour will feature a special stop in San Francisco, where DeVotchKa will perform two nights at the historic Fillmore, accompanied by mind-blowing aerialists the Slavic Sisters, who have augmented the band’s performances in the past.

DeVotchKa’s 2008 Anti- Records debut, A Mad and Faithful Telling, garnered the band some of the most ardent praise of their careers and topped many “Best Of 2008” year-end lists from the world over including the Independent (UK), The National Post (Canada) and the New University (University of California, Irvine), while the Colorado Daily named them on of the top concerts of 2008.

Additionally, 2008 saw the band touring around the world, including a rare festival performance in Moscow.  In May, DeVotchKa made their national television debut on the Conan O’Brien show and in October the band’s song “How It Ends” was featured in the Gears of War 2 video game advertising campaign, spawning an online frenzy that included over two million views of the trailer on YouTube and the sale of over 60,000 singles of the song.

Catch DeVotchKa on tour starting January 2009:

Jan 23 World Cafe Live – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jan 24 Webster Hall – New York, New York
Jan 27 Belly Up – Aspen, Colorado
Jan 28 In the Venue – Salt Lake City, Utah
Jan 29 Grand Sierra Resort & Casino – Reno, Nevada
Jan 30 The Fillmore –  San Francisco, California
Jan 31 The Fillmore –  San Francisco, California
Feb 2   Viper Room –  West Hollywood, California
Feb 4   The Belly Up   – Solana Beach, California
Feb 5   The Clubhouse – Tempe, Arizona
Feb 6   Rialto Theatre – Tucson, Arizona
Feb 7   Jakes Place Sports Café – Lubbock, Texas
Feb 8   La Zona Rosa – Austin, Texas
Feb 9   Warehouse Live – Studio – Houston, Texas
Feb 10 House of Blues – Dallas, Texas
Feb 13 Paramount Theatre – Denver, Colorado
Mar 6   Langerado Music Festival -Miami, Florida
Mar 16 The Beaumont Club – Kansas City, Missouri
Mar 17 The Pageant    – St. Louis, Missouri
Mar 19 Myth   – St. Paul, Minnesota
Mar 20 The Rave- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mar 21 The Riviera Theater –  Chicago, Illinois
Mar 22 Agora Ballroom – Cleveland, Ohio