Deadmau5 announces UK gigs and ticket details

Joel Zimmerman set for shows in Glasgow, Hull and Liverpool

Deadmau5 announces UK gigs and ticket details
Deadmau5 has announced details of three new UK shows for May.

The DJ, real name Joel Zimmerman, will play the gigs in Glasgow, Hull and Liverpool following his previously-announced shows at the O2 Academy Brixton.

The first two Brixton shows (April 30 and May 1) are restricted to those aged 18 and above. The May 2 gig is open to all ages, with those under 14 required to be accompanied by an adult. The shows outside London are open to those aged 14 and above.

Deadmau5 will play:

London, O2 Academy Brixton (April 30, May 1, 2)
Glasgow, Barrowlands (May 4)
Hull, City Hall (5)
Liverpool, University, Mountford Hall (6)


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