David Byrne & St. Vincent have announced details of a long-awaited European tour, their first since releasing their collaborative album, Love This Giant last year. The duo's seventeen-date tour include a headline appearance at End Of The Road Festival and three UK shows in London, Birmingham and Glasgow.
18th - REYKJAVIK, Harpa
20th - OSLO, Folketeatret
21st - STOCKHOLM, Filadelfiakyrkan
22nd - COPENHAGEN, Falconer Hall
24th - BRUSSELS, Bozar
25th - UTRECHT, Vredenburg Leidsche Rijn
27th - LONDON, Roundhouse
28th - BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall
29th - GLASGOW, Royal Concert Hall
30th - SALISBURY, End of the Road Festival
3rd - LISBON, Coliseum de Lisboa
4th - PORTO, Coliseu Do Porto
5th - MADRID, Teatro Circo Price
7th - BARCELONA, The National Auditorium of Catalonia
9th - BRESCIA, Vittoriale Theatre
10th - PADOVA, Gran Teatro Padova
11th - ROME, Auditorium Parco Della Musica
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