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The Cure Announce 2016 European Dates

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Post-punk legends The Cure have just added 30 more shows to their 2016 tour, bringing the total to 56 dates across North America and Europe, as the band head out on their longest trek in years. The European shows, taking in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, France, Spain, Portugal and the UK, will mark their first full tour of Europe since the 2008 release of their latest album, 4:13 Dream.

With 13 studio albums behind them, The Cure have amassed a singular body of work since the release of their 1979 debut, Three Imaginary Boys. Defining both the post-punk and goth genres, and recording crossover hits including ‘Friday I’m In Love’ and ‘The Love Cats’, Robert Smith and co now promise to “explore 37 years of Cure songs” on the tour, mixing classic singles, rare album cuts and fan favourites alongside a mouth-watering promise of “as yet unreleased tracks”. Bringing with them an explosive “brand new stage production”, with support on all dates from Scottish post-punk outfit The Twlight Sad, The Cure’s 2016 tour will doubtless become the must-see event of the year for fans.

The European dates are:

7 October 2016: Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
9 October 2016: Ericsson Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
11 October 2016: Spectrum, Oslo, Norway
12 October 2016: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
14 October 2016: Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark
17 October 2016: Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany
18 October 2016: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
20 October 2016: Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
22 October 2016: O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
24 October 2016: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
26 October 2016: Marxhalle, Vienna, Austria
27 October 2016: Papp Laszlo Sports Arena, Budapest, Hungary
29 October 2016: Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
20 October 2016: Palalottomatica, Rome, Italy
1 November 2016: Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
4 November 2016: St Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
6 November 2016: Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttugart, Germany
8 November 2016: Arena, Leipzig, Germany
10 November 2106: Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
12 November 2016: Sportapaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
13 November 2016: Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Holland
15 November 2016: Accorhotels Arena (Ex Bercy), Paris, France
17 November 2016: Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France
18 November 2016: Parks & Suites Arena, Montpellier, France
20 November 2016: Barclaycard Center, Madrid, Spain
22 November 2016: MEO Arena, Lisbon, Portugal
24 November 2016: BEC, Bilbao, Spain
26 November 2016: Palau St Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
29 November 2016: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
1 December 2016: The SSE Wembley Arena, London, UK

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