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Tame Impala Tickets For Summer UK And European Shows On Sale 9am Today

Friday, 12 April 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Tame Impala have lined up a handful of summer dates around their appearance at the Glastonbury Festival. Tame Impala tickets go on general sale at 9am today, priced £27.50/£39.50 plus fees.

The Kevin Parker-led band, who recently shared Patience, will play London's O2 Arena on June 8, Blackpool's Empress Ballroom on June 24 and Dublin’s 3Arena on June 26, alongside their performance at Worthy Farm.

Tame Impala Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat June 08 2019 - LONDON O2 Arena
Mon June 24 2019 - BLACKPOOL Empress Ballroom
Wed June 26 2019 - DUBLIN 3Arena
Tue August 13 2019 - BERLIN Parkbuhne Wuhlheide (Germany)

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