Kanye West announces European tour dates

Rapper will play series of gigs prior to appearance at UK's Wireless Festival

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Kanye West has announced details of a European tour this summer.

The 'Yeezus' rapper will play a series of live shows ahead of his headline appearance at UK festival Wireless, which this year takes place in London and Birmingham.

Prior to the festival appearance, West will perform in France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Holland starting in Montpellier at the Park & Suites Arena on June 21. West's final show before Wireless will come on July 2 at Amsterdam's Ziggo Dome. Scroll down for ticket details.

For the first time this year (2014), Wireless will take place across two sites in both London and Birmingham. It has moved from the Olympic Park in London to Finsbury Park and will also take place in Birmingham's Perry Park between July 4-6. West will play the London leg on July 4 and Birmingham on July 6 on a bill which also includes Pharrell Williams, Tinie Tempah and 2Chainz.

Kanye West will play:

Montpellier Park & Suites Arena (June 21)
Frankfurt Festhalle (23)
Cologne Lanxess Arena (24)
Brussels Palace 12 (25)
Copenhagen Forum (27)
Bravalla Festival Sweden (28)
Oslo Spektrum (29)
Berlin O2 World (July 1)
Amsterdam Ziggo Dome (July 2)


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