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The Mercury Music Prize-nominated duo will be augmented by a phalanx of other musicians...

MERCURY MUSIC PRIZE nominees ZERO 7 have announced plans for an 18-date European tour.

The duo, augmented live

MERCURY MUSIC PRIZE nominees ZERO 7 have announced plans for an 18-date European tour.

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The duo, augmented live by a phalanx of other musicians, will open in Milan on October 22, winding through Italy, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK before a final show in Ireland.

The full dates are as follows:

Milan, Magazini Generali (October 22)

Florence, Tanax (23)

Moderna, Vox (24)

Heidelberg, Karlstorbahn (27)

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Berlin, Maria (29)

Hamburg, Mojo (31)

Copenhagen, Club Vega (1)

Oslo, Open Theatre (2)

Stockholm, Kagelbanan (4)

Breussels, Orangery (6)

Amsterdam, Max (7)

Bristol, Anson Rooms (9)

Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall (10)

Glasgow, The Arches (11)

Manchester University (13)

London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire (15)

Dublin, The Ambassador Theatre (6)

, will open in Milan on October 22, winding through Italy, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK before a final show in Ireland.

The full dates are as follows:

Milan, Magazini Generali (October 22)

Florence, Tanax (23)

Moderna, Vox (24)

Heidelberg, Karlstorbahn (27)

Berlin, Maria (29)

Hamburg, Mojo (31)

Copenhagen, Club Vega (1)

Oslo, Open Theatre (2)

Stockholm, Kagelbanan (4)

Breussels, Orangery (6)

Amsterdam, Max (7)

Bristol, Anson Rooms (9)

Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall (10)

Glasgow, The Arches (11)

Manchester University (13)

London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire (15)

Dublin, The Ambassador Theatre (6)

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