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Pavement – New European Dates

December 2nd, 2009 at 5:29 pm by Gerard

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(above : Facenda, eagerly awaiting his first trip to Prague)

Ok, one more show at Brixton Academy, plus additional dates in Dublin, Glasgow and the continent. The band’s agency warns in a very ominious, John Facenda voice, “no additional European headline dates are currently planned for this reunion tour.  Some shows go on sale today and the remainder will go on sale over the next several days.”

MAY 2010

4              Dublin (IE)                           Tripod
5              Glasgow (UK)                    Barrowland
7              Paris (FR)                             Le Zénith
8              Amsterdam (NL)              Paradiso
10           London (UK)                      Brixton Academy (fourth and final show)
11           London (UK)                      Brixton Academy (sold out)
12           London (UK)                      Brixton Academy (sold out)
13           London (UK)                      Brixton Academy (sold out)
15           Minehead (UK)                 All Tomorrow’s Parties (sold out)
18           Brussels (BE)                      Ancienne Belgique
19           Berlin (DE)                           Astra
20           Prague (CZ)                        Palac Akropolis
21           Vienna (AT)                        Arena
22           Munich (DE)                       Muffathalle
24           Rome (IT)                            Atlantico Live
25           Bologna (IT)                        Estragon
27           Barcelona (ES)                   Primavera

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One Response to “Pavement – New European Dates”

  1. Hollywood Farm Says:

    Please post US dates?
    Never saw them, have to see them, can’t believe they are touring again before I’m to old to pull any major muscles rocking out during the show!
    (There was a close call during that Jane’s show this summer.)
    Writing a live review of a Pavement show would mark off one of my ‘things to do’.