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    Posted: July 15 2005 at 13:31

First european tour dates confirmed

07-13-2005

Porcupine Tree have confirmed the first dates in the second leg of their Deadwing tour, scheduled to start in the US in late September, and moving on to Europe in November-December. Shows will be announced as they are confirmed. Tickets are now on sale for the following:

2nd December - Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Den Atelier
3rd December - Belgium, Antwerp, Hof Ter Lo
4th December - Holland, Tilburg, 013
6th December - UK, Wolverhampton, Wulfrun
7th December - UK, London, Shepherd's Bush Empire
8th December - UK, Manchester, MDH
9th December - UK, Glasgow, Carling Academy
11th December - UK, Cambridge, Junction

Opening act at all the UK shows will be legendary guitar player Robert Fripp.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 15 2005 at 20:26
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 17 2005 at 16:05
I cant find tickets anywhere,except a mention on the Carling Site (Glasgow)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 17 2005 at 16:52
Well if the US dates are suppose to be a few months earlier.. how come they aren't listed at all???
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 18 2005 at 08:19
I herd they were comming this fall in America, still nothing listed...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 18 2005 at 18:14

From the official Porc Tree website!!!!!

Porcupine Tree have confirmed the first dates in the second leg of their Deadwing tour, scheduled to start in the US in late September, and moving on to Europe in November-December. Shows will be announced as they are confirmed. Tickets are now on sale for the following:

2nd December - Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Den Atelier
3rd December - Belgium, Antwerp, Hof Ter Lo
4th December - Holland, Tilburg, 013
6th December - UK, Wolverhampton, Wulfrun
7th December - UK, London, Shepherd's Bush Empire
8th December - UK, Manchester, MDH
9th December - UK, Glasgow, Carling Academy
11th December - UK, Cambridge, Junction

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 18 2005 at 18:15

http://www.porcupinetree.com/news.cfm

check it yourselves if you dont believe me!!!Confused

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 20 2005 at 14:06

Originally posted by Tony R Tony R wrote:

I cant find tickets anywhere,except a mention on the Carling Site (Glasgow)

Try http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?agency=WOLVER HAMPTON&organ_val=3619&schedule=list&venue_val=2 01228

for the Woverhampton (select Wulfrun Hall) show. Got ours already thru the post.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 20 2005 at 17:20
Is Robert only comming to the UK shows?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 27 2005 at 12:33

Click this for booking info for the UK tour dates.

Anyone else going to the Manchester Gig, on the 8th? I'll be there, can't wait!

 

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 29 2005 at 05:34
Originally posted by Pingree Pingree wrote:

Click this for booking info for the UK tour dates.

Anyone else going to the Manchester Gig, on the 8th? I'll be there, can't wait!

 

 

Thanks Pingree.I was beginning to think I was going mad!

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 29 2005 at 06:47

I know the feeling, It took me ages to find that site, I was thinking I'd never get the chance to order my tickets!

It's a good job they are doing Manchester or I'd have not seen them at all cos of the distance I'd have to travel. [I live in Sheffield]

Can't wait now, should be excellent.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 29 2005 at 19:52
Yeah, saw them at Manch Academy earlier this year (it seems ages ago now) and they were everything I'd hoped they'd be and more.Gavin Harrison was a revelation! I couldn't believe how small the crowd was though.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 30 2005 at 11:09

Originally posted by Tony R Tony R wrote:

Yeah, saw them at Manch Academy earlier this year (it seems ages ago now) and they were everything I'd hoped they'd be and more.Gavin Harrison was a revelation! I couldn't believe how small the crowd was though.

How small are we talking?

I spose it has its advantages though, you can get the best place to stand and see SW in his glory!

I'd rather go and see PT at a smaller venue with a small crowd then see them in an arena setting and be right at the back.

[although it'd be cool if they played for crowds of 30,000 would it not?]

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 01 2005 at 12:26
Originally posted by Pingree Pingree wrote:

Originally posted by Tony R Tony R wrote:

Yeah, saw them at Manch Academy earlier this year (it seems ages ago now) and they were everything I'd hoped they'd be and more.Gavin Harrison was a revelation! I couldn't believe how small the crowd was though.

How small are we talking?

I spose it has its advantages though, you can get the best place to stand and see SW in his glory!

I'd rather go and see PT at a smaller venue with a small crowd then see them in an arena setting and be right at the back.

[although it'd be cool if they played for crowds of 30,000 would it not?]

Small? @400 people. We just walked in a strolled up to the front-centre of the stage,which was cool.

Although it would be less intimate, I too wish they could fill the big arenas-some day maybe!

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 03 2005 at 06:29
for god's sake, COME TO NORWAY!!!!
last time i had to go to copenhagen.
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