Monday, December 2, 2013

Beady Eye announce European tour

Beady Eye have announced a 2014 European tour in support of their latest album, “BE”.

The month-long trek begins February 10 in Lisbon, Portugal, with dates running to February 27 in Paris, France.

Beady Eye recently returned to live action following an August 1st accident involving guitarist Gem Archer that resulted in the cancellation of a series of shows.

Upon release from hospital, Archer spent time at home recovering from severe head trauma before being cleared to perform.

The group just wrapped up a UK tour and are now on a break for the holidays.

Beady Eye
European Tour 2014

Feb 10 – Coliseum de Lisboa – Lisbon, Portugal
Feb 12 – La Riviera – Madrid, Spain
Feb 13 – Razzmatazz – Barcelona, Spain
Feb 15 – Live Club – Milan, Italy
Feb 16 – Orion – Rome, Italy
Feb 18 – Xtra – Zurich, Switzerland
Feb 19 – Les Docks – Lausanne, Switzerland
Feb 21 – Rockhal – Esch Alzette, Luxembourg
Feb 22 – Live Music Hall – Cologne, Germany
Feb 24 – Cirque Royal – Brussels, Belgium
Feb 25 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Feb 27 – Bataclan – Paris, France

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