How you can see Dayton’s own Breeders for $25 

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How you can see Dayton’s own Breeders for $25 

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The Breeders, (left to right) Jim Macpherson, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Kim Deal, currently features the same lineup that made the smash 1993 album, Last Splash. CONTRIBUTED
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  • The Breeders have not toured since 2014. 

One of the biggest modern rock band to come out of Dayton is going on tour and you can see them.

None of The Breeders US. dates are in Ohio, including hometown Dayton... 🙍.

But don’t despair! The band does come within driving distance of the real “D.”

It plays a show at  the 550 seat Magic Stick in Detroit, the other “D,” 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1. 

Tickets are now on sale for the show at the music venue located at  4120 Woodward Ave., Detroit. 

Tickets are $25 each general admission at ticketweb.com

Detroit is about three hours north of Dayton. 

The Breeders other tour stops are considerably farther. 

Led by Dayton twins Kelley and Kim Deal, The  Breeders just announced 2017 US tour dates in November following a show supporting Arcade Fire on Oct 29 in St. Paul, Minn. 

The band will headline tours in four European cities — Glasgow, Scotland; Dublin, Ireland and  Manchester and London in England — earlier in October.

After the Detroit show, The Breeders will headline shows Nov. 3 in Boston; Nov. 4 in Washington;  Nov. 5 in New York; Nov. 6 in Philadelphia; Nov. 8 in Portland, Ore.; Nov. 9 in Seattle; Nov. 12 in San Francisco and Nov. 13 in Los Angeles. 

Best known for their hits “Cannonball,” “Divine Hammer,” “Full on Idle,” and  “Bang On”

The Breeders last toured in 2014. The band’s last studio album was 2008’s Mountain Battles. 

 

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