News Eels announce UK and European tour dates

Eels announce UK and European tour dates

E and pals will play dates in London, Nottingham and Southampton.

Eels have announced details of a European tour - including three UK dates.

The shows follow E’s twelfth studio album ‘The Deconstruction’ released in April 2018.

Along with his pals he’ll begin a month-long trip in Switzerland in mid-August, before hitting up Nottingham’s Rock City, the Guildhall in Southampton and London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

Of the shows, E says: “We did a shorter tour than usual this past summer, and they were the most fun, exciting shows ever. We need to bring the love and positive energy to some of the places we didn’t get to last time. We know you’re hurting. Help is on the way.”

The full dates are:

AUGUST
14 Zurich X-Tra
15 Rock Altitude Festival
19 Nottingham Rock City
20 Southampton Guildhall
21 London Hammersmith Apollo
24 Once in a Blue Moon Festival
27 Copenhagen Grey Hall
28 Oslo Rockefeller
29 Stockholm Debaser Medis

SEPTEMBER
2 Milan Circolo Magnolia
4 Linz Posthof
6 Barcelona Razzmatazz
8 Santiago de Compostela Auditorio De Galicia
10 Lyon Radiant

Tickets are on sale from 9am on Friday 1st February.

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