Fun Lovin' Criminals has reinstated three dates on its now-defunct North American tour.
Montreal, Toronto, and New York City will be the stops on FLC's very limited itinerary, and according to a spokesperson, the group will not be restoring any other performances in the foreseeable future.
The band was to have kicked off the road trip on May 7 in Montreal (see "Fun Lovin' Criminals Nix Tour; Dangerman To Open For Blondie"). That date has now been rescheduled for June 11, and Toronto is back on for June 12.
A performance at New York City's Irving Plaza avoided the chopping block and will go ahead as previously scheduled on June 15, with opening act Dangerman still on the bill.
According to our source, the plug was pulled on the rest of the North American trip due to "logistics and exhaustion."
FLC's schedule will now only include some select festival dates overseas, including the U.K's giant Glastonbury
Festival on June 25-27, T In The Park on July 10, and the Reading Festival in late August.