Tour Turnover announce 2020 UK and EU tour dates

Turnover announce 2020 UK and EU tour dates

The Virginia Beach trio will be heading back out on the road in February.

Following a sold-out UK tour and a fab set at Mirrors festival (more on that here), Turnover have just announced that they’ll be heading back on the road across the UK and Europe next year!

Celebrating the trio’s fourth record ‘Altogether’, frontman Austin Getz explained of the album: “On this record, more than in the past, we wanted to keep in mind the beauty of writing ‘popular music. By that I mean music for people who don’t have the time to delve into the niches and find fringe artists, music for those of us who are busy with work or our families or whatever problems might be around. Music is real magic that can change people’s days and lives, and the more people listening and loving, the better.”

Check out their new tour dates below:


17 | Madrid, ES - Caracol

18 | Barcelona, ES - Razzmatazz Room 2

20 | Paris, FR - La Maroquinerie

21 | Amsterdam, NL - Melkweg

23 | Antwerp, BE - Kavka

24 | Hamburg, DE - Bahnhof St Pauli

26 | Copenhagen, DK - Vega

27 | Berlin, DE - Bi Nuu

28 | Prague, CZ - Café V Lese

29 | Munich, DE - Kranhalle


01 | Milan, IT - Ohibo

03 | Luzern, CH - Schuur

04 | Cologne, DE - Gebaude 9

06 | Southampton, UK - The Loft

08 | Norwich, UK - Waterfront

09 | Glasgow, UK - The Garage

10 | Manchester, UK - Gorilla

11 | Birmingham, UK - O2 Institute 2

13 | London, UK - Electric Brixton

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