R.E.M. Announce UK Stadium Tour!

The trio confirm four massive shows on eve of new album release

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R.E.M. have announced that they will play four stadium shows in the UK this August.

The British dates from August 24 to 30th come as part of the Atlanta rock band’s mammoth European tour which starts in Amsterdam on July 2.

The band are about to release their fourteenth studio album ‘Accelerate’ and as previously announced, the band will also play a special ICA anniversary show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 24 and are also headlining this year’s T In The Park festival in July.

Tickets for the newly announced UK shows go onsale this Friday (February 29).

R.E.M.’s full European tour dates are as follows:

AMSTERDAM, Westerpark (July 2)
BELGIUM, Werchter Festival (3)
SPAIN, Doctor Loft 05.00 Festival (6)
FRANCE, Le Nuits de Fourvieres (8)
FRANCE, Theatre de Verdure, Nice (9)
IRELAND, Oxegen festival, Dublin (12)
UK, T In The Park, Glasgow (13)
GERMANY, Elbufer, Dresden (15)
GERMANY, Waldbuhne, Berlin (16)
SWITZERLAND, Locarno City Square (18)
ITALY, Parco Santa Giuliana, Perugia (20)
ITALY, Arena Verona (21)
ITALY, Mostra D’oltremare, Naples (23)
ITALY, Villa Manin, Udine (24)
ITALY, Arena, Milan (26)
HUNGARY, Sziget Festival, Budapest (August 16)
CZECH, Slavia Stadium, Prague (17)
GERMANY, Ehrenhof, Stuttgart (19)
GERMANY, Lorelei, Rhine Area (20)
GERMANY, Wurzburg, Marienfest (22)
UK, Manchester, Lccc (24)
UK, Cardiff, Millennium Stadium (25)
UK, Southampton, The Rose Bowl (27)
UK, Twickenham, Stadium (30)
NORWAY, Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo (September 3)
NORWAY, Koengen Stadium, Bergen (4)
DENMARK, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen (6)
SWEDEN, Stockholm Stadium (7)
FINLAND, Finnair Stadium, Helsinki (9)

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