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Ex-Animals Singer Eric Burdon Launching New North American Tour Later in August

Image courtesy of Photo: Marianna Burdon (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Photo: Marianna Burdon (via ABC News Radio)

Founding Animals frontman Eric Burdon is preparing to hit the road again later this month for a new series of North American tour dates in support of his latest solo album, 'Til Your River Runs Dry .  The new leg kicks off with an August 24 show in Elgin, Illinois, and is plotted out through an October 26 appearance at Toronto's famed Massey Hall.

A total of 16 dates in the U.S. and Canada have been confirmed so far, but the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer expects to announce additional concerts soon.  Among the other cities Burdon will be visiting during the trek are Buffalo, New York; Seattle, Washington; Beverly Hills, California; and Calgary, Edmonton and Quebec City, Canada.

Following the North American outing, the 72-year-old blues-rock legend will head to Europe for a late-fall tour that will see him performing in Germany, The Netherlands and France.

Here are all of Burdon's North American dates:

8/24 -- Elgin, IL, Festival Park
8/25 -- Sterling Heights, MI, Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
8/28 -- Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theater
8/29 -- Verona, NY, Turning Stone Casino
8/30 -- Buffalo, NY, Buffalo Place
9/1 -- Seattle, WA, Bumpershoot Festival
9/7 -- Calgary, Canada, Deerfoot Inn and Casino
9/20 -- Regina, Canada, Casino Regina
9/21 -- Edmonton, Canada, Festival Place - Sherwood Park
10/9 -- Baton Rouge, LA
10/10 -- Baton Rouge, LA
10/11 -- Beverly Hills, CA, Saban Theater
10/22 -- Englewood, NJ, Bergen Performing Arts Center
10/23 -- Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Playhouse
10/24 -- Quebec City, Canada, Palais Montcalm
10/26 -- Toronto, Canada, Massey Hall

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