Soulwax announce new UK tour

Belgian's finest mark release of new documentary

Soulwax announce new UK tour
Soulwax have announced details of a new UK tour beginning in Brighton on April 23.

The band hit the road in support of their new documentary 'Part Of The Weekend Never Dies', which includes live footage and interviews.

2 Many DJs will appear on the tour.

Soulwax will play:

Brighton Concorde 2 (April 23)
London Royal Festival Hall (24)
Leeds Victoria Works (25)
Birmingham Space 2 Warehouse (26)
Nottingham Rock City (27)
Bristol Carling Academy (30)
Sheffield Carling Academy (May 1)
Manchester Warehouse (2)
Belfast Shine @ QUBSU (3)


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