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Paramore To Join Taylor Swift’s European Eras Tour Run

Excitement has filled the air as Taylor Swift‘s highly anticipated re-release of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) is set to release this week. This album promises to be a treat for fans, with exciting features from Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams on “Castles Crumbling” and the revered rock titans Fall Out Boy on “Electric Touch.” But that’s not all Swifties have to look forward to! The excitement will continue as Paramore joins the superstar for a 48-date European run next year. The European leg of the tour will kick off on May 9 and run through August 17 with six nights at… Read more »


Kathleen Hanna-Led Le Tigre Announce Support For UK and European Tour

Earlier this year, the Kathleen Hanna-led Le Tigre announced their first tour in 18 years. Last August, the band reunited for their first show in over a decade at This Ain’t No Picnic Festival and performed a massive 16-track set. On their upcoming tour, the band will be supported by a number of incredible acts including Dream Wife, Problem Patterns, Big Joanie, and Chicks On Speed throughout the UK and Europe. Read more: Foo Fighters Announce Six More Shows on US Headline Tour Following their UK and European dates in June, Le Tigre will return to the States and be… Read more »


Turnover, Major League, Nai Harvest announce European tour

Turnover have announced a European tour with support from Major League and Nai Harvest. It kicks off in Liverpool before weaving its way through Europe, ending in Gleisdorf at the end of May. Check out the tour dates below. For those of you that don’t live across the pond, make sure you check out their tours supporting I Am the Avalanche and Turnstile this spring.  

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