Fresh from playing a chaotically brilliant show in London last night, PUP have announced plans for a full UK and European tour to take place later this year.
The band, who released their new album ‘Morbid Stuff’ last week, are currently in the midst of a tour of the UK, and have now revealed plans to return to our shores for eight shows in November.
After their next visit to our side of the Atlantic to play this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals, they’ll be returning to Europe first, with their touring run kicking off in Amsterdam on 6th November. They’ll then play ten European shows, before returning to the UK. Tickets for the new shows will go on sale next Friday (17th April).
Their current touring schedule - including their current run - is as follows.
11 Community Room at Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
12 Cathouse, Glasgow, UK
14 La Boule Noire, Paris, FR
15 Les 4Ecluses, Dunkirk, FR
16 AB Club, Brussels, BE
18 Cassiopeia, Berlin, DE
19 Hafenklang, Hamburg, DE
20 MTC Club, Cologne, DE
21 Upstairs @Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL
09 Punk Rock Holiday, Tolmin, SI
14 Bay Fest, Bellaria-Igea Marina, IT
17 Pukkelpop, Hasselt, BE
18 Highfield Festival, Grosspösna, DE
20 Rough Trade, Bristol, UK
21 Rough Trade, Nottingham, UK
23 Reading Festival, UK
24 Leeds Festival, UK
06 Melkweg, Amsterdam, NL
07 Luxor, Cologne, DE
09 Loppen, Copenhagen, DK
10 Knust, Hamburg, DE
11 Bi Nuu, Berlin, DE
13 Club Chelsea, Vienna, AT
14 Backstage Halle, Munich, DE
15 Ohibo, Milan, IT
17 Trix, Antwerp, BE
18 Le Trabendo, Paris, FR
21 Electric Ballroom, London, UK
22 SWX, Bristol, UK
23 Academy 2, Birmingham, UK
25 Stylus, Leeds, UK
26 The Garage, Glasgow, UK
28 The Riverside, Newcastle, UK
29 Academy 2, Manchester, UK
30 The Loft, Southampton, UK
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