Neil Young & Crazy Horse: new live show announced

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: new live show announced

Neil Young & Crazy Horse have announced a new live date to their forthcoming European tour itinerary.

They will now play Stockholm Music & Arts Festival on August 3, 2014.

Yesterday [April 24], Young revealed additional formats for his new album, A Letter Home. Apart from the vinyl edition already released on Jack White's Third Man label for Record Store Day, Young's regular record company will also release the album on CD, digitally and in a deluxe box set next month.

The Europe tour dates for Neil Young and Crazy Horse so far are:

July 07, Laugardalshöllin, Reykjavík, Iceland
July 10, Live At The Marquee, Cork, Ireland
July 12, Hyde Park, London, England
July 13, Echo Arena, Liverpool, England
July 15, KüçükÇiftlik Park, Istanbul, Turkey
July 17, Yarkon Park, Tel-Aviv, Israel
July 20, Münsterplatz, Ulm, Germany
July 21, Collisioni Festival, Barolo, Italy
July 23, Wiener Stadthalle, Wien, Austria
July 25, Warsteiner Hockeypark, Mönchengladbach, Germany
July 26, Filmnächte am Elbufer, Dresden, Germany
July 28, Zollhafen - Nordmole, Mainz, Germany
July 30, København Forum, København, Denmark
August 1, Bergenhus Festning - Koengen, Bergen, Norway
August 3, Stockholm Music & Arts Festival - Stockholm, Sweden
August 5, Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren, Belgium
August 7, Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival, Monaco, France
August 8, Foire aux Vins de Colmar, Colmar, France

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