Gogol Bordello to play the Bank of America Pavilion

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Gogol Bordello have revealed plans for their most ambitious tour to date, the “Radio Hutz” tour. The gypsy punk rockers will hit Boston for a show at the Bank of America Pavilion on Friday, June 1. Tickets for the show, which will also feature openers Mariachi El Bronx and Two Gallants, are now on sale through Live Nation for $20 and $30.

Before hitting the states, Gogol Bordello will visit venues in Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. “It wouldn’t be a summer without a crazy, trans-continental GB tour,” the band said on their website.

Gogol Bordello continue to tour in support of their latest release, 2010’s Trans-Continental Hustle. The album, the band’s fifth studio effort and first with a major label, was produced by Rick Rubin (Metallica, Aerosmith). In support of the album’s title track, the band recently released a self-produced video filmed on the streets of Rio where Ukrainian-born lead singer-guitarist Eugene Hutz now calls home. The video is streaming below.

The band has plans to hit the studio this fall to record their sixth studio album.

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