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Gengahr have announced plans for a new UK tour this October

They'll head out on the 14 date run later this year in support of their recent album 'Sanctuary'.
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Published: 10:36 am, March 16, 2020
Gengahr have announced plans for a new UK tour this October

Gengahr have announced plans for a new UK tour later this year.

Following the release of their Really Very Good new album 'Sanctuary', the band are planning to hit the road this October for a 14 date run that will take them to places they missed out on last month's live run.

On top of the new shows, they've also got a summer of festivals planned, including All Points East, Camp Bestival, Boardmasters, 110 Above and Lost Village.

The dates read:

May
22 London, All Points East
24 Exeter, Poltimore Festival

July
31 The Isle of Wight, Ventnor Festival

August
1 Lulworth Castle, Camp Bestival
2 Steventon, Truck Festival
8 Newquay, Boardmasters Festival
14 Atherstone, 110 Above Festival
29 Norton Disney, Lost Village Festival

October
10 Truro, The Old Bakery
11 Exeter, Lemon Grove
12 Bath, Komedia
13 Southampton, Joiners
14 Reading, Sub89
15 Norwich, Waterfront
16 Leicester, O2 Academy 2
19 Liverpool, Zanzibar
20 Birmingham, Institute 3
21 Sheffield, Foundry
22 Newcastle, Riverside
23 Hull, The Welly: One
24 Huddersfield, Parish

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