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Gorillaz Add New Dates To European Tour


Genre spanning digital heavyweights Gorillaz have added a series of new dates to their upcoming European tour. The band, who released their fifth studio album ‘Humanz’ earlier this week, are set to be joined by a number of high profile performers including former Oasis man Noel Gallagher.

2017 is shaping up to be the year of the Gorillaz, with the band kicking down the door with their incredible new album ‘Humanz’. The record (which was released on April 28) has so far reached the number two spot in the UK Albums chart, and has been supported by six new singles including ‘Andromeda’, ‘We Got The Power’, ‘Saturnz Barz’, and ‘Ascension’.

Gorillaz have promised an entirely new set up for their upcoming tour, including a new band, new guest collaborators, and exciting new visual effects. Last week the band performed on both ‘The Graham Norton Show’ (with Noel Gallagher), and ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’. After ‘The Graham Norton Show’ performance, frontman Damon Albarn revealed that Gallagher would be joining the band for a section of their European tour, as well as Savages singer Jehnny Beth.

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Here is a full list of upcoming tour dates:

1 Luxembourg – Rockhal
2 Vienna – Stadthalle
4 Copenhagen – Royal Arena
5 Oslo – Spektrum
6 Stockholm – Hovet
8 Zurich – Samsung Hall
9 Geneva – Arena
11 Munich – Zenith
13 Budapest – Aréna
14 Prague – O2 Arena
17 Berlin – Max-Schmeling-Halle
18 Dusseldorf – Mitsubishi Electric Halle
19 Hamburg – Sporthalle
21 Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome
22 Brussels – Forest National
24 Paris – Zénith
25 Paris – Zénith
27 Brighton Centre
29 Glasgow – Hydro

1 Manchester – Manchester Arena
2 Birmingham – Barclaycard Arena
4 London – O2 Arena
5 London – O2 Arena

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