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Waterparks have booked in a UK tour for next January and February

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Published: 9:16 pm, September 23, 2019
Waterparks have booked in a UK tour for next January and February

Waterparks have booked in a UK tour for next January and February.

The band - who release their new album 'Fandom' on 11th October (more on that soon) - will play loads of shows all over Europe, including nights in Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham Manchester and London.

The details are:

JANUARY
24 – Dublin, Ireland – The Academy
25 – Belfast, U.K. – Waterfront Studio
26 – Glasgow, U.K. – SWG3
27 – Birmingham, U.K. – Institute
29 – Manchester, U.K. – Academy 2

FEBRUARY
1 – London, U.K. – Electric Ballroom
4 – Koln, Germany – Luxor
5 – Munich, Germany – Feirerwerk
7 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
8 – Hamburg, Germany – Logo
9 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
11 – Oslo, Norway – Parkteateret
12 – Stockholm, Sweden - Klubben

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