Band of Horses announce European tour

They'll head out on the road in February

Band of Horses announce European tour
Band Of Horses has revealed an extensive slate of European dates for February and March of 2008.

The shaggy Seattle group is currently receiving glowing notices for their latest record, ‘Cease to Begin,’, and they’re promoting the disc with a North American tour, which stops tonight in Minneapolis. The current tour, with The Drones supporting, continues across the U.S. and winds up on 26 November in Pomona.

The band also has a December three-night stand scheduled in Atlanta, closing with a New Year’s Eve performance at The Earl.

The European dates:

Dublin, Button Factory (February 20)
Glasgow, ABC (21)
Birmingham, Birmingham Academy (23)
Manchester, Manchester Academy (24)
Bristol, Thekla Social (25)
Paris, La Maroquinerie (28)
Koln, Gebaude 9, (29)
Amsterdam, Paradiso (March 1)
Hamburg, Knust, (2)
Copenhagen, Vega, (4)
Gothenburg, Sticky Fingers (5)
Stockholm, Debaser (6)
Oslo, Rockefeller (7)
Stavanger, Folken (8)
Berlin, Columbia Club (10)
Frankfurt, Mousonturm (11)
Oslo, Garage (12)
Zurich, Abart (13)
Lausanna, Le Romandie (14)
Brussels, Botanique (15)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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