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Dance act set for 2009 jaunt

Basement Jaxx announce UK tour
Basement Jaxx have announced details of a new UK tour set for February 2009.

The dance act will kick off the tour on February 11 at the Manchester Apollo and end it on February 21 with the second of two shows at the London Roundhouse.

The duo promise that the tour will feature "special guests".

Basement Jaxx will play:

Manchester Apollo (February 11, 12)
Glasgow Academy (13)
Newcastle Academy (14)
Leeds Academy (15)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (17)
Birmingham Academy (18, 19)
London Roundhouse (20, 21)


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