Bikini Kill Announce International 2020 Tour Dates (Yes, Including Seattle!)

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Janice Headley
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Earlier this year, legendary riot grrls Bikini Kill reunited and played their first shows since 1997 in New York City, Los Angeles, London, and headlining Riot Fest in Chicago. Now, for 2020, the influential punk trio expanded their tour dates, including a show in Seattle on March 16th at the Paramount Theatre. 

The tour kicks off in their hometown of Olympia, WA, with a benefit for Interfaith Works Nightly Shelter, a local non-profit acting as the only shelter/homeless services program that explicitly prioritizes women and LGBT single adults in the Olympia community. 

Tickets go on sale November 8th at 9 AM PT/12 PM ET, with a presale for subscribers of the Bikini Kill newsletter on November 7th at 9 AM PT/12 PM ET. The band recently reissued their albums Pussy Whipped and Reject All American, available now on vinyl and CD for the first time since they went out of print 7 years ago. 

Tour Dates
3/13: Olympia, WA @ Capitol Theater & *Benefit For Interfaith Works*
3/16: Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre &
3/19: Victoria, BC @ Distrikt #
3/23: Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom ^
5/12: Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
5/13: Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
5/14: Boston, MA @ Boch Center Wang Theatre
5/16: Winooski, VT @ Higher Ground
5/18: Montreal, QB @ M Telus
5/20: Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
5/22: Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre
5/23: Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
5/24: Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theater
08/12: Oslo, Norway @ Øya Festival
& w/ Table Sugar
^  w/ Lithics
# w/ Mecca Normal 

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