March 7, 2008 16:51

Dinosaur Jr announce UK dates

J Mascis and co. for one-off headline show

Dinosaur Jr announce UK dates
Massachusetts rockers Dinosaur Jr have announced a one-off headline show at London’s KOKO venue on May 15.

The band will also play the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival held at Butlins Holiday Centre, Minehead on May 17 and 18.

Last year the band released 'Beyond' their first album with the band's original line-up for 19 years.

Dinosaur Jr play:

London KOKO (May 15)
Minehead All Tomorrow’s Parties (17/18)


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