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Pagan Announce UK And European Tour

Pagan are coming back to the UK this May

Aussie death-disco merchants Pagan have announced details of a full UK and European tour.

Ahead of their appearance at Slam Dunk festival at the end of May, Pagan are visiting the UK for a headline run, plus a handful of dates with Microwave and Trophy Eyes.

We’ve been dying to get back to the other side of the world since the very day we left last December,” say the band. “We still haven’t come down from witnessing, first hand, the response that our album Black Wash has received throughout the UK and Europe and how receptive and wild people were at those shows last year.

We’re playing a small string of headline shows again on this tour which we can’t wait for, but also get to do a bunch of festivals this time which will be a whole new experience for us. We’re stoked to have Microwave on tour with us for our German dates this time, too. They’re such an amazing band and I think they’ll make these shows really interesting. The four of us cannot wait to give you all the Evil Eye.”

Pagan 2019 tour dates


10 The Great Escape, Brighton, UK
13 Star and Garter, Manchester, UK
14 May The Flapper, Birmingham, UK
15 May Exchange, Bristol, UK
16 May Jointers, Southampton, UK
17 May Forum Basement, Tunbridge Wells, UK
19 May Hafenklang, Hamburg, DE (w/ Microwave)
20 May Schlachthof (Kesselhaus), Wiesbaden, DE (w/ Microwave)
21 May Conne Island, Leipzig, DE (w/ Microwave)
25 May Slam Dunk Leeds, UK
26 May Slam Dunk Hatfield, UK
27 May The Borderline, London, UK (w/ Trophy Eyes)

Posted on March 13th 2019, 3:30pm
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