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Porcupine Tree Announce European Tour Dates

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The next leg of Porcupine Tree's Deadwing European tour campaign is now almost entirely in place (just Italian shows to be confirmed). The forthcoming tours of both North Amercia and Europe will include substantially different material to the tours earlier this year, including songs new to the live repertoire. There will be several new films by Lasse Hoile, and PT now also have their own full time dedicated lighting designer. Dave Dickinson will be working closely alongside Lasse in creating a new and stronger visual aspect to the band's shows. Dave has previously worked as LD for artists as diverse as Jimmy Eat World, Kasabian, D12, The Wildhearts, 50 Cent, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

European tour dates:

Nov 13 France, Paris - Bataclan
Nov 14 Germany, Frankfurt - Hugenottenhall
Nov 15 Germany, Leipzig - Werk 2
Nov 16 Poland, Lodz – Hala Anilana
Nov 18 Germany, Berlin - Columbia Club
Nov 19 Germany, Cologne - Live Music Hall
Nov 21 Germany, Hanover - Capitol
Nov 22 Germany, Stuttgart – Longhorn
Nov 23 Austria, Vienna – Szene
Nov 26 Switzerland, Fribourg – Fri Son
Nov 27 Switzerland, Pratteln - Z7
Nov 29 Germany, Nurnberg – Lowensaal
Nov 30 France, Strasbourg – La Laiterie
Dec 02 Luxembourg, Luxembourg City – Den Atelier
Dec 03 Belgium, Antwerp – Hof Ter Lo
Dec 04 Holland, Tilburg – 013
Dec 06 UK, Wolverhampton – Wulfrun Hall
Dec 07 UK, London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Dec 08 UK, Manchester – MDH
Dec 09 UK, Glasgow – Carling Academy
Dec 11 UK, Cambridge - Junction

Opening act at all the UK shows (and on the east coast in the US) will be legendary guitar player Robert Fripp (ex-King Crimson). Opening act for the rest of the European shows has yet to be confirmed.

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