Alt-J, who won last year’s Mercury Music Prize for its debut, An Awesome Wave, is going on tour again. The band already toured extensively last year, but its profile has obviously grown since. As such, this time around the venues it’s playing are even bigger. A full, massive list of dates is below.

Alt-J tour 2013
March 2—Paradise—Boston, Massachusetts
March 4—9:30 Club—Washington, DC
March 5—Cats Cradle—Carrboro, North Carolina
March 6—Masquerade—Atlanta, Georgia
March 8—Bottletree—Birmingham, Alabama
March 9—Buku Music + Art Project—New Orleans, Louisiana
March 10—Fitzgerald’s—Houston, Texas
March 12-15—SXSW—Austin, Texas
March 16—Granada Theater—Dallas, Texas
March 18—Mercy Lounge—Nashville, Tennessee
March 19—Headliners Music Hall—Louisville, Kentucky
March 21—Theatre Of Living Arts—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 22—Webster Hall—New York, New York
March 24—Terminal 5—New York, New York
March 25—Corona Theatre—Montreal, Quebec
March 27—Phoenix Concert Theatre—Toronto, Ontario
March 28—Metro—Chicago, Illinois
March 29—Turner Hall Ballroom—Milwaukee, Wisconsin
March 30—LC Pavilion—Columbus, Ohio
April 1—Varsity Theater—Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 2—Midland Theatre—Kansas City, Missouri
April 3—Bluebird Theater—Denver, Colorado
April 4—Urban Lounge—Salt Lake City, Utah
April 6—Neptune—Seattle, Washington
April 7—Commodore Ballroom—Vancouver, British Columbia
April 8—Wonder Ballroom—Portland, Oregon
April 10—The Fillmore—San Francisco, California
April 12—Coachella—Indio, California
April 14—Ace Of Spades—Sacramento, California*
April 16—Belly Up—San Diego, California*
April 17—Observatory—Santa Ana, California#
April 19—Coachella—Indio, California
May 5—O2 Academy—Birmingham, United Kingdom
May 6—O2 ABC—Glasgow, United Kingdom
May 8—O2 Academy—Newcastle, United Kingdom
May 9—Academy—Manchester, United Kingdom
May 10—O2 Academy—Leeds, United Kingdom
May 11—O2 Academy—Liverpool, United Kingdom
May 13—Rock City—Nottingham, United Kingdom
May 14—Corn Exchange—Cambridge, United Kingdom
May 15—O2 Academy—Bristol, United Kingdom
May 16-17—Academy Brixton—London, United Kingdom
May 27—Sasquatch Music Festival—George, Washington
June 1—Ahmad Tea Music Festival—Moscow, Russia
June 8—Governors Ball Music Festival—Randall’s Island, New York
June 10—Mr. Smalls—Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 11—House Of Blues—Cleveland, Ohio
June 12—Deluxe—Indianapolis, Indiana
June 13-14—Bonnaroo—Manchester, Tennessee
June 15—Northside Festival—Aarhus, Denmark
June 19—Rockhal—Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
June 21—Hurricane/Southside Festival—Neuhausen, Germany
June 22—Best Kept Secret Festival—Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
June 23—Hurricane/Southside Festival—Neuhausen, Germany
July 3—Heineken Open’er Festival—Gydnia, Poland
July 5—Main Square Festival—Arras, France
July 7—Rock Werchter Festival—Werchter, Belgium
July 11—Bilbao BBK Live—Bilbao, Spain
July 13—T In The Park—Balado, United Kingdom
July 14—Optimus Alive! Festival—Lisbon, Portugal
July 18—Slottsfjell Festival—Tonsberg, Norway
July 19—Melt Festival—Grafenhainichen, Germany
Aug. 23-25—Reading And Leeds Festivals—Reading and Leeds, United Kingdom
Aug. 29—Fox Theater—Oakland, California
Sept. 1—Orpheum—Vancouver, British Columbia
Sept. 3—Crystal Ballroom—Portland, Oregon
Sept. 5—Fillmore Auditorium—Denver, Colorado
Sept. 7—First Avenue—Minneapolis, Minnesota
Sept. 10—Royal Oak Music Hall—Detroit, Michigan
Sept. 11—Echo Beach—Toronto, Ontario
Sept. 13—Bank Of America Pavilion—Boston, Massachusetts
Sept. 18—9:30 Club—Washington, DC
Sept. 23—Tabernacle—Atlanta, Georgia
Sept. 24—House Of Blues—Orlando, Florida
Sept. 27—House Of Blues—Houston, Texas
Sept. 28—Stubbs—Austin, Texas
Sept. 29—House Of Blues—Dallas, Texas
Oct. 2—Olympia—Paris, France
* with Hundred Waters
# with Youth Lagoon