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20 reasons to go to Italy

From The Telegraph, with nice photos. It also names Como lake as the most beautiful, where Liam Gallagher is getting married. From 3 June, Italy re-opens for tourism. Now after coronavirus there will probably be less tourists, as everywhere in the world, so will be more peaceful and better. 
 
Twenty reasons we’ll return to Italy, they said. Twenty: is that all? There are 20 paintings that would take me back; 20 restaurants, 20 views, 20 hill towns; 20 of much else besides.
Because no other country has Italy’s riches, its peerless combination of art, culture, food, wine, fashion, opera, people and landscape; nor its vivid blend of the old and new, the beguiling and the beautiful.
Above all Italy has extraordinary variety, not least its art – you don’t like Gothic: then how about the Romanesque or the glories of the ancient world? Not keen on Giotto: then what about Raphael, Michelangelo or Leonardo Da Vinci?
And landscape. What other country has Italy’s range, from the Alps in the north to Sicily’s wild uplands in the south by way of Amalfi, the Lakes and the pastoral perfection of Tuscany and Umbria?
We could go on. My list is just a start. Italophiles will have their own variations and additions – if you do, then please leave comments.
In the meantime, here’s to the time we can once again stare in wonder at the Sistine Chapel, walk medieval streets on a balmy summer evening and indulge Italy’s other wonderful and countless pleasures.

1. The Italians
You can’t love a country without, if not loving its people, at least liking them. Obviously we’re dealing in national stereotypes. We also know that Italians often see themselves primarily as Tuscans or Sicilians, say, or Venetians or Neapolitans, rather than Italians. But they’re likeable all the same: realists, cynics even; passionate and noisy, but also formal and conservative; pragmatic and self-reliant; spontaneous and gregarious, and with a sensual appreciation of the finer things in life – and no wonder in a country where the finer things in life are so widespread.

2. Glorious gardens
Gardens are everywhere in Italy, from the villas of the Veneto and Italian Lakes in the north to the olives-shaded estates of Tuscany and lemon-scented courtyards of Sicily in the south. Personal favourites include Ninfa (frcaetani.it), south of Rome; Hanbury (giardinihanbury.com) near Ventimiglia; the Villa Carlotta (villacarlotta.it) on Lake Como; La Mortella (lamortella.org) on Ischia; and the weird and wonderful Tarot Gardens (ilgiardinodeitarocchi.it) in northern Lazio. Visit grandigiardini.it for details of other major gardens open to the public.

3. Historic small towns
Cities might seem Italy’s thing – Rome, Florence and Venice, with Milan and Naples close behind – but it’s the surfeit of beautiful small towns that make up much of the country’s appeal. Tuscany and Umbria have them in abundance, but every region has its star turns: favourites include Sulmona in the Abruzzo; Enna, Erice and Noto in Sicily; Matera in Basilicata; Tropea in Calabria; Ostuni in Puglia; Ascoli Piceni in the Marche; Ravenna in Emilia-Romagna; Camogli in Liguria. The list is long...

4. The outdoors
Italy is a country to be relished indoors – all those churches and galleries – but also outdoors. Its ski resorts are world-class – think Alta Badia, Courmayeur and Cervinia. You can canoe, sail, kayak and dive on the Lakes or off Sicily, Sardinia, the Cinque Terre and Amalfi Coast. Or indulge in gentle hikes and bike rides in Tuscany and Umbria or multi-day treks and circuits on long-distance trails in the Alps and beyond. And how about paragliding in Umbria (sarnanoturismo.it), white-water rafting in Calabria (raftingfiumelao.com) or tracking wolves in the Abruzzo (wildlifeadventures.it)?

5. A beautiful language
Everything sounds better in Italian. It’s the language of love, of music, and nothing comes close if you want to get worked up about something. Even the banal comes out with a singsong beauty, so even if you barely understand a word, the background babble of Italian in any setting is one more reminder that you are in a delightful country. And unlike some nationalities one could mention – that’ll be the FRENCH – the Italians love you making an effort, however dreadful, to speak their language. 

6. The lure of the Lakes
Poets and painters have celebrated the Italian Lakes for centuries, and no wonder, for they represent some of Europe’s loveliest landscapes. Luxuriant gardens and idyllic villages scatter their mild-weathered shores, with the wooded slopes and snow-capped peaks of the Alps as backdrop. Maggiore and Garda are the most visited, Como the most beautiful; Iseo and Orta the quietest. 

7. Opera
Opera’s roots are Italian, as are most of its greatest composers – Verdi, Rossini, Puccini, Monteverdi, Bellini, Donizetti [also Vivaldi, Mascagni, Albinoni, Pergolesi, Ponchielli, etcetera]. Italy also has two of the world’s best-known opera houses – La Scala and La Fenice – but beautiful theatres are also found in Bologna, Palermo, Treviso, Prato and Ferrara. Seasonal festivals proliferate, notably the Festival dell’Arena in Verona (arena.it), the Festival Verdi in Parma (teatroregioparma.it); the Festival Puccini (puccinifestival.it) near Lucca; the Macerata Opera Festival (sferisterio.it) in the Marche; and the Rossini Opera Festival (rossinioperafestival.it) in Pesaro.

8. A world-class cuisine
Not French [which is derived from Italy], not fancy, but somehow perfect – Italian food is healthy; the ingredients – meat, fish, fruit, vegetables – are fresh; the quality is first-rate; there is huge regional variety – dumplings and strudel near the Austrian border, couscous and Arab-style peppers down in Sicily – and the cooking methods are quick and simple. The principal staple – pasta – is endlessly versatile; the fast food – pizza – has no peers; and as for pudding, where would we be without ice cream? (gelato). And OASIS lasagna ^^

9. A way with drinks
No one is pretending Italian wine is the world’s best [but it was often elected the best one], though recent years have seen the emergence of innovative new producers and some groundbreaking wines. Old names have been revitalised (Chianti, Valpolicella, Soave), taking their place alongside wines that have long been revered (Barolo, Barbaresco, Brunello). Sicily is an emerging powerhouse, so too Franciacorte in Lombardy and Bolgheri on the Tuscan coast. If the wine doesn’t please, there are spirits, liqueurs and aperitifs – grappa, Cinzano, Campari, limoncello, Sambuca – and some celebrated cocktails (Negronis, Bellinis).

10. The cult of coffee
These days we can buy our lattes, espressos, macchiatos and cappuccinos almost anywhere in the world, but where do the words, and the drinks, come from – Italy, of course. Great coffee is a given in any Italian bar, and has been for decades, long before the arrival of Starbucks and other upstarts. Indulge in the associated rituals for the full Italian experience – standing at the bar, not sitting, for example; latte in a glass (al vetro) in Rome and elsewhere; and never touching a cappuccino after noon…

11. Mountains
Plenty of countries have mountains, but only Italy has the Dolomites, Europe’s most dramatic upland region. You could make claims for the Pyrenees but they lack the distinctive spires and rock pinnacles of the Dolomites’ many and jumbled massifs. And only Italy has Mount Etna, Europe’s highest and most active volcano, and not one but two great ranges: the Alps and the long central spine of the Apennines, still the haunt of wolves and bears and landscapes that range from Tuscany’s jagged Alpi Apuane to the immense wilderness of the Abruzzo.

12. Fashion
Like everyone, the Italians have discovered cheap leisurewear, and sartorial standards are not what they were in the land of Armani, Valentino, Prada, Versace, Schiaparelli, Pucci, Gucci, Fendi, Ferragamo and more. That said, the Italians still value the notion of la bella figura – of cutting a fine figure – and can always turn on the style. You can buy, or window shop the big names in the main streets of Milan, Florence and other major cities, but don’t overlook smaller centres such as Como for silk, Biella for cashmere and Cogne for lace.

13. Architecture
You’d need several lifetimes to embrace Italy’s extraordinary architectural heritage. Every Italian town has a treasure: a Romanesque, Gothic or Baroque church; an abbey; a Roman or Etruscan monument; a lovely medieval piazza; a Renaissance palace. That’s before the country’s big set pieces, such as its great religious buildings – St Peter’s, St Mark’s and the cathedrals of Milan, Florence, Siena and Orvieto; or the many masterpieces of the ancient world and the sumptuous ducal palaces of Venice, Mantua and Urbino.

14. Venice
The world would be an infinitely poorer place without Rome or Florence, but a world without Venice? Of course it’s a city with problems, but you can easily escape its more troubling elements. Venice casts its spell year round, so visit in winter; walk to the fringes, far from St Mark’s, to San Nicolò dei Mendicoli in the west, Madonna dell’Orto in the north; explore the empty, echoing alleys at night; and spend a week here, more if you can, to uncover a sense of the living city beyond its superficial image.

15. Island escapes
Italy’s mainland is such a patchwork of fine landscapes that it’s easy to overlook its islands. Not the obvious ones like Capri, but those such as the Isole Tremiti off Puglia, still little known to outsiders; and Ponza, a beautiful bolt hole for Romans in the know; or Capraia and Elba, close to the Tuscan mainland; and the Aeolian and Egadi islands – Lipari and Marettimo in particular – off the Sicilian coast.

16. Coastal gems
Italy is not all superlatives. Its beaches, for example – save in Sardinia – are not the best. But it does have sublime stretches of coastline. Amalfi and the Cinque Terre are the most celebrated but there are quieter but almost equally beautiful alternatives, especially in the South. In Puglia, make for the Gargano and Salento, two peninsulas of cliffs, crescent sands and turquoise seas, and in Campania, south of Naples, head for the Cilento, a wild, rocky enclave scattered with lovely villages such as Acciaroli, Agropoli and Santa Maria di Castellabate.

17. Galleries galore
Italy’s has more than its share of world-class art galleries – the Uffizi in Florence, the Accademia in Venice, the Brera in Milan and the Vatican’s collections in Rome. But even apparently modest Italian towns have paintings that would have star billing elsewhere. Perugia’s Galleria Nazionale, for example, full of Umbrian masterpieces; or the Carrara in Bergamo; the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino; the Galleria Regionale in Palermo, the Pinacoteca in Siena; the Museo Civico in Vicenza and many more.

18. Art on the ground
Art galleries are one thing but in Italy, more than any other European country, exceptional art is still found in the places for which it was commissioned. The Sistine Chapel and Leonardo’s Last Supper are the most famous examples, but what about the Basilica di San Francesco in Assisi, where Giotto, Cimabue and Simone Martini changed the course of Western art? Or Signorelli in Orvieto cathedral, Masaccio in Florence’s Cappella Brancacci and Giotto – again – in the Cappella Scrovegni in Padua?

19. The ancient world
Other countries can lay claim to the odd Roman ruin – an amphitheatre here, a Hadrian’s Wall there – and Greece has no shortage of monuments to its ancient past. But Italy combines Greek ruins – notably Sicily’s 2,000-year-old temples and theatres – with countless remains from 1,000 years of Roman history. Pompeii stands alone among the latter, followed by the greatest monuments of Rome itself, the Colosseum and Pantheon, but countless towns have memorials to a Roman past – a theatre (Aosta), an aqueduct (Spoleto), an arena (Verona). 

20. Tuscany
Of course it’s a cliché, but what a cliché. Everything that goes to make the good life is here: urbane towns and cities filled with art and culture – Florence, Siena and Lucca and smaller gems such as Pienza, Sovana and Cortona; fine food; excellent wine; and a variety of exquisite landscapes, from the vineyards of Chianti and pastoral hills of the Val d’Orcia to the islands of Elba and Capraia and the mountains of the Orecchiella and Alpi Apuane.

Liam Gallagher tour 2017-2018-2019-2020-2021 gigography

2017
30 May - O2 Ritz, Manchester, England
1 June - Electric Brixton, London, England
4 June - Rock im Park, Nürnberg, Deutschland
5 June - Pinkpop festival, Landgraaf, Nederland
10 June - Olympia theatre, Dublin, Ireland
11 June - Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland
14 June - Bergenfest festival, Bergenhus Festning, Norge
24 June - Glastonbury festival, England
6 July - Exit Festival, Novi Sad, Srbija
9 July - Festival Les Ardentes, Liege, Belgique
15 July - FIB festival Benicàssim, España
21 July - the Tall Ships Races, Turku, Suomi
23 July - Lollapalooza festival, Paris, France
28 July - McKittrick Hotel, New York City, USA
30 July - Rough Trade, New York City, USA
2 August - Park West, Chicago, USA
3 August - Lollapalooza festival, Chicago, USA
5 August - Osheaga festival, Montreal, Canada
10 August - National Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium, Beijing, China
12 August - CR Shenzhen Bay Sports Center Arena, Shenzhen, China
14 August - Manila’s Mall of Asia Arena, Maynilà, Pilipinas
17 August - Zepp, Tokyo, Japan
18 August - Sonic Mania, Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan
20 August - Summer Sonic, Osaka, Japan
22 August - Jamsil Olympic Stadium Seoul, South Korea
25 August - August Bank Holiday Weekend, Leeds, England
27 August - August Bank Holiday Weekend, Reading, England
9 September - Dcode festival, Campus del la Ucm, Madrid, España
14 September - Vogue Fashion Night Out, Terrazza Duomo 21, (acoustic show), Milan, Italia
22 September - Reeperbahn festival, Hamburg, Deutschland
7 October - CalJam, San Bernardino, California, USA
29 October - Samhain festival, Weston airport hangar, Dublin, Ireland
30 October - Sse Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
1 November - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
2 November - BBC radio Theatre, London, England
7 November - Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, London, England
10 November - Party in the Park, Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, United Arab Emirates
13 November - Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, USA
14 November - The Wiltern, Los Angeles, USA
18 November - Gothic Theatre, Denver, USA
20 November - First Avenue, Minneapolis, USA
21 November - The Riviera, Chicago, USA
23 November - Rebel, Toronto, Canada
25 November - House of Blues, Boston, USA (postponed)
27 November - Terminal 5, New York City, USA
29 November - Lincoln Theatre, Washington DC, USA (postponed)
30 November - Union Transfer, Philadelphia, USA (postponed)
3 December - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England
4 December - The Sse Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
6 December - Pavilions, Plymouth, England
7 December - Alexandra Palace, London, England
9 December - Sleep in the Park, Edinburgh, Scotland
10 December - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England
12 December - Arena, Birmingham
13 December - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales
15 December - Brighton Centre, Brighton, England
16 December - Arena, Manchester, England
30 December - Falls festival, Lorne, Australia
31 December - Falls festival, Marion Bay, Australia
2018
2 January - Falls festival, Byron Bay, Australia
4 January - Enmore theatre, Sydney, Australia
5 January - Forum theatre, Melbourne, Australia
7 January - Falls festival, Fremantle, Australia
12 January - Bitec Bangna Hall 106, Bangkok, Thailand
14 January - Ecopark Convention Centre Ancol, Jakarta, Indonesia
12 February - Radio X rooftop, London, England
23 February - La Riviera, Madrid, España
24 February - Razzmatazz, Barcelona, España
26 February - Fabrique, Milano, Italia
27 February - Granteatro Geox, Padova, Italia
1 March - X-tra, Zürich, Schweiz
2 March - L'Olympia, Paris, France
5 March - Columbiahalle, Berlin, Deutschland
7 March - Ancienne Belgique, Bruxelles, België
8 March - Afas Live, Amsterdam, Nederland
17 March - Lollapalooza festival, Hipodromo de San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
18 March - Lollapalooza festival, Parque O'Higgins, Santiago, Chile (cut, postponed)
22 March - Lollapalooza festival, Autodromo de Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brasil
27 March - Parque de la Exposición, Lima, Perú
13 April - Snowbombing, Mayrhofen, Austria, Österreich
10 May - The Masonic, San Francisco, USA
11 May - Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, USA
13 May - Sony Center for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
14 May - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Cambridge, USA
16 May - Central Park Summerstage, New York, USA
17 May - Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, Bala Cynwyd, USA
19 May - Lincoln Theatre, Washington, USA
27 May - The Biggest Weekend festival, Coventry, England
8 June - Northside festival, Aarhus, Danmark
10 June - Parklife, Heaton Park, Manchester, England
15 June - Malahide Castle, Dublin, Ireland
16 June - Ormeau Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland
21 June - I-Days Festival, Milano, Italia
23 June - Isle of Wight festival, England
29 June - Finsbury Park, London, England
30 June - Trnsmt festival, Glasgow, Scotland
5 July - Palladium, Köln, Deutschland
8 July - Les Eurockéennes, Belfort, France
10 July - Les Déferlantes festival, Argelès-sur-Mer, France
14 July - Latitude festival, Hanham Park, England
22 July - FIB festival Benicàssim, España
20 July - Vieilles Charrues festival, Carhaix, France
25 July - Stimmen festival, Lörrach, Deutschland
10 August - Sonorama Ribera festival, Aranda de Duero, España
12 August - Sziget festival, Budapest, Hungary
17 August - Rize festival, Hylands Park, Chelmsford, England
18 August - Emirates Lancashire Cricket Club, Manchester, England
24 August - Zürich Openair, Schweiz
25 August - Rock en Seine, Paris, France
15 September - Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix, Marina Bay circuit, Singapore
13 December - Union chapel, London, England
2019
5 June - Hackney Round Chapel, London, England
8 June - Medimex festival, Taranto, Italia
21 June - Metronome Festival Prague, Praha, Česko - Česká republika
23 June - Irish Independent Park, Cork, Ireland
26 June - Eden Sessions, Eden Project, Cornwall, England
29 June - Glastonbury festival, England
4 July - Collisioni AgriRock (literature and wine) festival, Barolo, Italia
11 July - Bilbao BBK Live, Bilbao, España
13 July - Pohoda festival, Trencin airport, Slovensko Slovakia
14 July - Atlas Weekend, Київ Україна, Kyiv Ukrayina
17 July - Moon&Stars festival, Locarno, Svizzera
18 July - The Granaries, Floriana, Malta
27 July - Cap Roig festival, España
28 July - Festival de Carcassonne, France
3 August - Mtv Unplugged, Hull City Hall, Hull, England
10 August - Smukfest, Skanderborg, Danmark
24 August - In the Park 19 festival, Helsinki, Suomi Finland
1 September - Fall in Love festival, București, România (cancelled)
7 September - Gibraltar Calling Festival, Gibraltar
14 September - Peaky Blinders Festival, Birmingham, England
21 September - O2 Ritz, Manchester, England
9 October - Chase Center, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
16 October - Viejas Arena, San Diego, California, U.S.A.
19 October - T-Mobile Park, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
21 October - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
24 October - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
11 November - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales
12 November - Birmingham Arena, Birmingham, England
14 November - P&J Live, Aberdeen, Scotland
15 November - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
17 November - Utilita Arena, Newcastle, England
18 November - FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield, England
20 November - Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
21 November - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, England
23 November - 3arena, Dublin, Ireland
24 November - 3arena, Dublin, Ireland
26 November - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England
28 November - O2 Arena, London, England
29 November - O2 Arena, London, England
6 December - Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane, Australia
7 December - Fairgrounds festival, Berry, Australia
9 December - Enmore theatre, Sydney, Australia
11 December - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, Australia
13 December - Meredith Music Festival, Australia
14 December - Bird in Hand, Adelaide, Australia
17 December - Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia
18 December - Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia
20 December - Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
2020
(1 February - Spektrum, Oslo, Norge, cancelled)
2 February - Annexet, Stockholm, Sverige
4 February - Vega, Copenhagen, Danmark
5 February - Sporthalle, Hamburg, Deutschland (interrupted)
7 February - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Nederland
8 February - Forest National, Bruxelles, België
10 February - Palladium, Köln, Deutschland
11 February - Tempodrom, Berlin, Deutschland
13 February - Tonhalle, München, Deutschland
15 February - Palazzo dello Sport, Roma, Italia
16 February - Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Milano, Italia
18 February - Gasometer, Vienna, Österreich
20 February - Halle 622, Zurich, Schweiz
21 February - Zenith, Paris, France
12 March - Club Social music festival, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE (postponed for coronavirus)
13->18 April - Snowbombing festival, Mayrhofen, Austria (cancelled)
2 May - Beale Street Music Festival, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
24 May - Boston Calling Music Festival, Harvard Athletic Complex, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (cancelled)
12 June - Heaton Park, Manchester, England (cancelled)
18 June - O son do camiño festival, Santiago de Compostela, España
26 June - Tinderbox festival, Odense, Danmark
3 July - Rock Werchter, België
11 July - Trnsmt festival, Glasgow, Scotland (cancelled)
16 July - FIB festival Benicàssim, España
18 July - Latitude festival, Henham Park, England (cancelled)
19 August - Vital, Belfast, Northern Ireland
20->23 August - Cabaret Vert festival, Charleville-Mézières, France
28->30 August - Reading & Leeds festival, England (cancelled)
17->19 September - Metronome Prague Festival, Praha, Česká republika
19 September Summer sonic, Japan
16->18 October - Shaky Knees Music Festival, Central Park, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
29 October - NHS workers concert, O2, London, Great Britain
2021
19 June - Rock in Rio, Lisboa, Portugal
10 July - Trnsmt festival, Glasgow, Scotland
27 June? - Lucca Summer Festival, Italia
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Beady Eye gigography and next tour dates

2000

30 May - Forum, Milan, Italy (the first "Noeless" gig since 1991 when he didn't join Oasis yet)

summer tour without Noel

2003

16 November - Andy Bell unplugged - Debaser, Stockholm, Sweden (bootleg)

2011


3rd & 4th March - Barrowland, Glasgow, Scotland +here and here + bootleg
6th & 7th March - O2 Apollo, Manchester +bootleg 1 +bootleg 2
9th & 10th March - Troxy, London +bootleg 1
13 March - Casino de Paris, Paris, france
14 March - E-Werk, Koln, Germany
16 March - Alcatraz, Milan, Italy +dvd bootleg
18 March - La Riviera, Madrid, Spain +bootleg
19 March - Bikini, Toulouse, france
21 March - Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland (bootleg)
22 March - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium (bootleg)
14 & 15 April - The Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland here a bootleg image
17 April - Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
20 April - O2 Academy, Newcastle (a photo here)
23 April - Centre, Newport (photo and bootleg)
30 May - Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg, Germany
+a photo here + win tickets here
8 June - Saschall, Firenze, Italy +my story here +bootleg here +win tickets here
11th June - Papillons de Nuit Festival, Saint Lo, france
12 June - Isle of Wight festival +story here and here +interview here +videos here +interview and bootleg here
25th June - Theater of Living Art, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
30 June - Rock Werchter, Belgium (bootleg)
1 July - Main Square Festival, Arras, france +a photo here
7 July - BBK Live Festival, Bilbao, Spain
9 July - Oxegen Festival, Naas, Ireland
26 August - Reading Festival (win tickets) +videos here +review&video here +bootleg here
3 September - AX Hall, Seoul, South Korea
14 September - Twinkle Rock Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
7 October - Atlantico, Rome, Italy +main bootleg here +another bootleg here
+win the concert here
11 October - Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland (postponed)
13 October - Gasometer, Vienna, Austria (postponed)
31 October - Theater Caupolican, Santiago, Chile
2 November - Teatro de Verano Ramon Collazo, Montevideo, Uruguay
3 November - Teatro Colegiales, Buenos Aires, Argentina
4 November - Personal Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina
5 November - Planeta Terra festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil
12 November - O2 Academy, Sheffield
14 November - O2 Academy, Birmingham
17 November - O2 Academy Brixton, London
2 December - The Warfield, San Francisco, U.S.A.
3 December - Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, U.S.A. +another complete review here +win tickets here and here
5 December - First Avenue, Minneapolis, U.S.A.
6 December - The Rave Ballroon, Milwaukee, U.S.A.
9 December - Terminal 5, New York, U.S.A.
10 December - House of Blues, Boston, U.S.A.

2012

new tour

2013

3 June - Abbey Road, London (acoustic) +bootleg here
7 June - McClusky's, Kingston (album launch acoustic gig)



8 November - Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

2014

 

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