Dinosaur Jr. announce UK and Ireland tour dates

J Mascis and co hit the road next month

Dinosaur Jr. announce UK and Ireland tour dates
Dinosaur Jr have announced plans for a UK and Ireland tour next month.

The band will hit the road on May 8 kicking off their jaunt at Oxford's O2 Academy before wrapping up at London's O2 Shepherds' Bush Empire on May 18.

The tour is in support of their 2009 album 'Farm'.

Dinosaur Jr will play:

Oxford O2 Academy (May 8)
Liverpool O2 Academy (9)
Galway Black Box (10)
Dublin Vicar Street (11)
Glasgow O2 ABC (13)
Newcastle O2 Academy (14)
Leeds O2 Academy (15)
Birmingham O2 Academy (16)
Cambridge Junction (17)
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (18)


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