On May 29, Death Cab for Cutie's frontman Ben Gibbard will bring his side project The Postal Service to Saltair.
With half a dozen shows and counting already sold out--including New York's Barclays Center Arena where a second date has been added by popular demand--The Postal Service has announced nearly 20 more additional headline engagements to the tour commemorating the April 9 release of its "Give Up" (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition) on Sub Pop.
This is The Postal Service's first headline tour in a decade.
In addition to the already sold-out return to New York June 14 at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, all tickets for The Postal Service's UK headline dates are now gone.
Pre-sale tickets for the new dates will be available directly from The Postal Service at http://bit.ly/PstlSrvc beginning Wednesday, February 20 at 10 am local venue time.
The Postal Service 10th anniversary tour will reunite Postal Service Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello with Jenny Lewis (Jenny & Johnny, Rilo Kiley), who appeared on the original album and played with the band on its 2003 dates.
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