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Arcade Fire will play a string of one-off shows this month to celebrate the arrival of the Canadian act's new album, Reflektor. According to Billboard, the group has been confirmed to perform acoustically at Neil Young's annual Bridge School Benefit Concert on October 26th at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. They'll join a lineup that already includes Queens Of The Stone Age, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Jack Johnson, fun. and Tom Waits, among others.
Prior to that, Arcade Fire will play on October 24th at the Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami. Finally, on October 29th -- the day that Reflektor arrives in stores -- the collective will perform at a still-undisclosed outdoor location in Los Angeles as part of Intel's "The Music Experiment 2.0" concert series.
There are also rumors that Arcade Fire may play a pair of surprise shows in Brooklyn, New York on October 18th and 19th, following the discovery of posters around town advertising shows by "The Reflektors" on those dates.
Reflektor is the follow-up to 2010's The Suburbs, which won the Grammy award for Album of the Year. The title track from Reflektor is currently a Top 20 single at Modern Rock radio.