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September 2019
On the road

Gossip are celebrating ten years since breakthrough album 'Music For Men' with a new UK tour

It marks their first time touring since going on hiatus in 2012.
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Published: 2:06 pm, March 26, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Gossip are celebrating ten years since breakthrough album 'Music For Men' with a new UK tour

Gossip have announced a new UK tour.

The summer run will celebrate ten years since their breakthrough album, ‘Music For Men’, and marks their first time touring since going on hiatus in 2012. The stint kicks off in France on 4th July, and will see them play stops in London, Glasgow and Manchester before wrapping up in Dublin on 18th August.

“We can’t believe it’s been 10 years since the release of Music For Men!” say the band. “We are beyond excited to reunite with our Gossip family and fans. We’ve truly missed playing these songs and connecting with our amazing and inspiring crowds. It’ll be a sweaty, outrageous time for sure. Can’t wait to see y’all in Europe in July!” says Gossip.

The dates are:

JULY
04 Herouville Saint Clair, France - Beauregard Festival
05 Cologne, Germany - Palladium
06 Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
08 Paris, France - Salle Pleyel
12 Lisbon, Portugal - Nos Alive Festival
15 Luxembourg - Den Atelier
16 Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Paradisco
19 Glasgow, UK - SWG3 Galvanizers Yard
20 Manchester, UK - Academy
21 London, UK - Somerset House

AUGUST
18 Dublin, Ireland - Love Sentation 2019

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