The Raconteurs announce European tour

Commencing at London's All Points East festival in May

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The Raconteurs have announced a European tour for May and June. It takes in a previously announced date at London’s All Points East festival on May 25 before moving across to the continent.

See the full list of dates below:

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Saturday May 25 London, UK – All Points East Festival
Sunday May 26 Paris, France – Olympia
Monday May 27 Brussels, Belgium – Cirque Royal
Tuesday May 28 Cologne, Germany – E-Werk
Thursday May 30 Berlin, Germany – Verti Music Hall
Friday May 31 Kvaerndrup, Denmark – Heartland Festival
Saturday Jun 01 Warsaw, Poland – Orange Warsaw Festival
Sunday Jun 02 Hilvarenbeek, Holland – Best Kept Secret

Last week, The Raconteurs tweeted that their new album was “done” and called it “the rock & roll album you’ve been waiting for”.

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