Cold Cave announce European tour and ticket details

Philadelphia band set for UK shows as part of gig run

Cold Cave announce European tour and ticket details

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Cold Cave have announced details of a new European tour – including four UK headline gigs – for May this year.

The Philadelphia band will kick off the gig run by playing the All Tomorrow's Parties festival in Minehead on May 7. They are also set to play the Brighton Great Escape Festival (13), the Bologna Rocker Festival (24) and the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona (29).

Cold Cave will play:

Leeds Nation Of Shopkeepers (May 8)
Glasgow Captain's Rest (9)
Manchester Deaf Institute (10)
London Cargo (12)
Amsterdam Paradiso (14)
Brussels Rotonde (15)
Hamburg Uebel & Gefahrlich (16)
Stockholm Svenska (18)
Copenhagen Rust (19)
Berlin Bang Bang Club (20)
Offenbach Hafen 2 (21)
St. Gallen Theater Palace (22)
Fri-Son (23)
Turin Spazio 211 (25)
Paris Point Ephemere (27)

To check the availability of Cold Cave tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230

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