Booking now: Turnover announce UK/EU tour with Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth

Turnover announce UK/EU tour with Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth

Mammoth triple-header is hopping over to European shores this autumn.

Turnover are set to bring their huge US tour line-up across the pond this autumn, with a bunch of new UK and European dates announced.

Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth will be joining the dream-rock troupe on a number of dates on mainland European shores - the full run can be found below.

Catch up with the DIY chat with Turnover here, and our February 2016 issue’s Milk Teeth feature here.

OCTOBER
09 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
10 Newcastle, Think Tank
11 Hull, Fruit
12 London, Boston Music Room
13 Oxford, The Cellar
14 Bristol, Thekla
15 Southampton, Talking Heads (WTFest)
17 Antwerp, Kavka
18 Amsterdam, Winston (w/ Sorority Noise)
19 Hamburg, Goldener Salon (w/ Sorority Noise)
20 Copenhagen, Underwerket (w/ Sorority Noise)
21 Gothenburg, Skjul Fyra Sex (w/ Sorority Noise)
22 Stockholm, Bergsunds Strand 43 (w/ Sorority Noise)
24 Berlin, Musik Und Frieden (w/ Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth)
25 Wiesbaden, Krea (w/ Sorority Noise and Milk Teeth)
27 Linz, Posthof (w/ Milk Teeth)
28 Milan, Ligera (w/ Milk Teeth)
29 Modena, La Tenda (w/ Milk Teeth)
31 Barcelona, La 2 (w/ Milk Teeth)

NOVEMBER
01 Madrid, El Sol (w/ Milk Teeth)
03 Luzern, Treidbaus (w/ Milk Teeth)
04 Paris, La Mecanique Ondulatoire (w/ Milk Teeth)

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