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The Go! Team head out on UK tour
The Go! Team have announced a UK tour for early 2006.

The Brighton -based collective will head out next February to play their biggest shows to date.

The dates are as follows:
Liverpool Carling Academy (February 15)
Leeds Metropolitan University (16)
Glasgow Barrowlands (17)
Manchester Academy (18)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (20)
Newcastle University (21)
Sheffield The Plug (22)
Reading University (24)
Brighton Corn Exchange (25)
Bristol Academy (26)
Norwich Waterfront (27)
London Koko (March 1)
Oxford Brookes University (5)
Stoke Keele University (6)
Cardiff Coal Exchange (7)
Southampton University (8)


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