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David Duchovny Announces February UK And European Tour

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

David Duchovny has lined up shows in Manchester, Dublin and London as part of a European tour in early 2019.

The actor, film-maker, author and musician, synonymous with X-Files and Californication, will wrap up his Every Third Thought tour in the UK and Ireland, calling at the Royal College Theatre, the Academy and the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on February 19, 20 and 22 respectively. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 14.

Duchovny will be accompanied by his backing band on the road with the tour sharing its name with his sophomore LP and follow up to 2015's 'Hell or Highwater', which arrived back in February. He also plays shows in Russia, Romania, Hugary, Austria, Poland, Germany and the Netherlands as part of the trek.

David Duchovny Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue February 19 2019 - MANCHESTER Royal College Theatre (United Kingdom)
Wed February 20 2019 - DUBLIN Academy (Ireland)
Fri February 22 2019 - LONDON O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (United Kingdom)
Sun February 10 2019 - BUCHAREST Sala Palatului (Romania) 
Mon February 11 2019 - BUDAPEST Congress Centre (Hungary)
Tue February 12 2019 - VIENNA Arena Big Hall (Austria)
Fri February 15 2019 - WARSAW Stodola (Poland)
Sat February 16 2019 - BERLIN Astra (Germany)
Sun February 17 2019 - UTRECHT Tivoli Rendenburg (Netherlands)

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