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April 2020
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Beck has added a couple of extra UK shows to his summer tour

He's new dates in London and Edinburgh.
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Published: 3:49 pm, February 25, 2020
Beck has added a couple of extra UK shows to his summer tour

Beck has added a couple of extra UK shows to his summer tour.

In addition to his dates at Manchester's Victoria Warehouse on 9th July, and London's Brixton Academy on the 11th, he'll now perform an extra night in Brixton (12th) and a night at Edinburgh's Usher Hall (7th).

Tickets for the new shows - his first live sets in the UK since All Points East in 2017 - will go on general sale from 10am on Friday, 28th February.

Catch him live:

JUNE
16 Paris Olympia
20 Vienna Arena Wien
24 Zurich Halle 622

JULY
05 Dublin Trinity College
07 Edinburgh Usher Hall
09 Manchester Victoria Warehouse
11 London Brixton Academy
12 London Brixton Academy

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