My Bloody Valentine announce European festival appearance

My Bloody Valentine will play this year’s Off Festival. Off Festival will take place in Katowice, Poland, between August 2 and 4. My Bloody Valentine, who will play on August 4, are the only band so far announced on the website. Tickets are 150 zł (£31.38) or 190 zł (£39.75) including a camping pass.

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My Bloody Valentine will play this year’s Off Festival.

Off Festival will take place in Katowice, Poland, between August 2 and 4. My Bloody Valentine, who will play on August 4, are the only band so far announced on the website.

Tickets are 150 zł (£31.38) or 190 zł (£39.75) including a camping pass.

Off is the fourth festival appearance so far announced by the band for this year. They are confirmed for the Tokyo Rocks Festival on May 11, Barcelona’s Primavera Festival in May 25 and Berlin Festival on September 7.

On Friday March 8, My Bloody Valentine will start a four-show tour of the UK in support of their new album mbv, including a two-night residency at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

My Bloody Valentine’s upcoming schedule looks like this:

March 8, Birmingham – O2 Academy

March 9, Glasgow – Barrowlands

March 10, Manchester – Apollo

March 12, London – Hammersmith Apollo

March 13, London – Hammersmith Apollo

May 11, Tokyo – Tokyo Rocks Festival

May 25, Barcelona – Primavera Festival

August 4, Katowice, Poland – OFF Festival

September 7, Berlin – Berlin Festival

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