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Placebo Announce First Dates of ’20 Years’ World Tour

Placebo will be heading out on a world tour in October to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the release of their platinum selling debut album ’Placebo’.

The first leg of the 20 Years of Placebo tour kicks off in Denmark on October 13th 2016 and runs through to Wembley Arena in London on December 15th 2016. Further dates for 2017 will be revealed later.

The Band Promise a set list spanning their whole back catalogue. Brian Molko teased…
“Let’s just say there will be songs in the set that I’ve sworn never to play again. I think it’s time that we purposefully acknowledged what a lot of Placebo fans really want to hear. They’ve been very patient with us since we rarely play our most commercially successful material. A 20 year anniversary tour seems like the right time to do so. That’s our intention. This tour is very much for the fans and a chance for us to revisit a lot of our early material. So, if you want to see us play songs like ‘Pure Morning’ and ‘Nancy Boy’ which we haven’t played in almost ten years and may not play again, then you’d better come along to these shows! We’ll have some surprises in there too.”

Placebo have partnered with Ticketmaster to allow fans a special 48 Hour pre-sale to secure their tickets for the shows. The fan pre-sale will begin at 9am on Wednesday 16th March, with the general sale tickets going live at 9am on Friday 18th March.

Tickets are available from :  APLACEFORUSTODREAM.COM

European Tour Dates:
Oct 13 – Denmark. Aarhus Train
Oct 14 – Denmark. Copenhagen Vega Main Hall
Oct 16 – Norway. Oslo Sentrum Scene
Oct 18 – Sweden. Stockholm Cirkus
Oct 20 – Finland. Helsinki Hartwall Arena
Oct 22 – Latvia. Riga Arena
Oct 24 – Russia. St.Petersburg New Arena [ Support From. The Mirror Trap ]
Oct 26 – Russia. Moscow Olimpiyskiy [ Support From. The Mirror Trap ]
Oct 29 – Poland. Warsaw Torwar
Oct 31 – Germany. Hamburg Barclaycard Arena
Nov 02 – Germany. Cologne Lanxess Arena
Nov 04 – Germany. Munich Olympiahalle
Nov 05 – Germany. Leipzig Arena
Nov 07 – Germany. Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena
Nov 08 – Czech Rep. Prague Forum Karlin
Nov 10 – Croatia. Zagreb Cibona Hall
Nov 11 – Hungary. Budapest Sportarena
Nov 13 – Austria. Vienna Stadthalle
Nov 15 – Italy. Milan Mediolanum Forum
Nov 16 – Switzerland. Zurich Hallenstadion
Nov 18 – France. Lille Zenith
Nov 19 – Belgium. Antwerp Sportpaleis
Nov 21 – Holland. Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
Nov 23 – Germany. Frankfurt Festhalle
Nov 24 – Germany. Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
Nov 26 – France. Amneville Galaxie
Nov 28 – France. Nantes Zenith Metropole
Nov 29 – France. Paris Accorhotels Arena
Dec 02 – UK. Glasgow SSE Hydro
Dec 03 – UK. Leeds First Direct Arena
Dec 05 – UK. Manchester Arena
Dec 06 – UK. Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Dec 08 – UK. Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Dec 10 – Ireland. Dublin 3arena
Dec 12 – UK. Newport Centre
Dec 14 – UK. Brighton Centre
Dec 15 – UK. London SSE Wembley Arena

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