Prince announces further European tour dates

'Hit & Run' tour to visit France, Germany and Austria in June

Prince announces further European tour dates

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Prince & 3rdEyeGirl have announced details of a series of European live dates.

The 'Hit and Run Tour' has been extended with the band set to perform shows in France, Germany and Austria next month (June). Prince will be in Paris for two shows at the Zenith in Paris on June 1 and will perform first at 6pm and again at 9pm.

The tour will then continue on to Berlin with a show at the Temperdrom on Tuesday June 3 before a gig at Stadthalle in Vienna at Stadthalle on June 7. Ticket details can be found below.

Earlier this month (May), Prince brought the tour to the UK for a series of arena shows in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Leeds. The Birmingham date saw the band play an 34-song sete including classics from Prince's back catalogue plus material that will feature on a forthcoming album with 3rdEyeGirl.

The singer and guitarist staged a number of impromptu live appearances in the UK throughout February 2014, appearing at venues across London and performing two dates in Manchester.

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