Air announce European tour dates

French duo hit the road in March

Air announce European tour dates
Air have announced tour dates in support of their forthcoming album, ‘Pocket Symphony’.

The French duo will hit various cities throughout Europe in addition to playing four dates in the UK, as previously announced.

The tour kicks off in Glasgow on March 14 and will conclude in Paris on March 29. The band also plan to play major festivals in Europe and Japan throughout the summer, and continue touring to the end of the year.

Air’s new album, 'Pocket Symphony', will be released on March 5 and features guest vocals by artists including Jarvis Cocker, and Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy.

The tour dates are:

Glasgow ABC (March 14)
Manchester Academy (15)
London Forum (16)
Berlin Gleishalle (19)
Hamburg Docks (20)
Cologne E Werk (21)
Munich George Elser Halle (22)
Fribourg Frison (24)
Milan Alcatraz (25)
Amsterdam Meklweg Max (27)
Brussels Ancienne Belgique (28)
Paris La Cigale (29)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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