Odd Future U.S. Tour Announced With Kittens

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Update: Odd Future's U.S. Tour Dates Include Miami Halloween Show (full tour itinerary)

If there was ever any doubt regarding the internet-savvy of the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All hip-hop collective, let it be put to rest. Late Wednesday, the Los Angeles group released a garish postcard-style map labeled "2011 Tour" via its Tumblr page.

And unless the plan is to hit a bunch of cities in states that are not named and don't have kittens' adorable faces adorning them and "Canada Too........." as the caption notes, there are a whole lot of places around the country that often host live music (including Florida!) that will get to experience Tyler, the Creator (let that foot heal!), Hodgy Beats, Left Brain, and the rest of the Golf Wang crew for the first time. Check out the full map and list of states below.

As we can see above, the plan is to visit:
North Carolina
Washington, D.C.
New York
& spots in Canada that don't show up on this cuddly map.

This highly theoretical jaunt will likely some sort of order that probably includes prime dates at CMJ in New York, and comes after a European set of shows to wrap August 28 at the Leeds Festival in the U.K.

Official confirmation is for people who like soup, but if we get it, we'll update this post with dates and cities.

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