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GARBAGE have confirmed details of a one-off LONDON show as part of a wider European tour.

The group, who released their new album ‘beautifulgarbage’ last Monday (October 1), will perform at the London Astoria on November 14, the final date on a European jaunt which starts in Trondheim, Norway on November 2.

The full dates are at: Trondheim Student Festival (November 2)


Oslo Spektrum (3)

Copenhagen Vega Musikkenshus (4)

Hamburg Grosse Freiheit (5)

Paris Elysee (8)

Brussels Halles De Schaerbeek (9)

London Astoria (14)


Tickets for the London show are on sale now. To buy some, click here.

For a full interview with Garbage, who are due to support U2 in the US later this month, see this week’s NME, out nationwide now.


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