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System Of A Down Updates European Tour Schedule

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System of a Down, whose members split up to form the solo projects Serj Tankian and Scars on Broadway, previously announced the band will be reuniting for European shows in 2011. The band commented on the situation:

"Hello all, we are excited to announce that System will be playing some dates together in 2011. We also want to thank you for your loyalty and support, not only to System Of A Down, but to all of our solo efforts as well. We have no master plan of sorts - we are playing these shows simply because we want to play together again as a band and for you, our amazing fans. We look forward to seeing all of you! Peace, System Of A Down."

The updated list of dates are as follows:

6/2/11 - Italy, Milan @ Milan Fiera Arena
6/4/11 - Germany, Nurnberg @ Rock im Park
6/5/11 - Germany, Nurburgring @ Rock am Ring
6/6/11 - France, Paris @ Omnisports de Bercy - SOLD OUT
6/8/11 - France, Paris @ Omnisports de Bercy - SOLD OUT
6/9/11 - Switzerland, Interlaken @ Greenfield Festival
6/11/11 - UK, Castle Donington @ Download Festival
6/13/11 - Austria, Nickelsdorf @ Novarock
6/15/11 - Germany, Berlin @ Wuhlheide - SOLD OUT
6/17/11 - Sweden, Gothenburg @ Metaltown Festival
6/19/11 - Finland, Seinajoki @ Provinssirock
6/21/11 - Russia, Moscow @ Olympisky

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