Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Robert Plant cancels Spanish tour dates

Robert Plant has cancelled a series of Spanish tour dates due to a scheduling conflict.

Refunds for the five shows with the Sensational Space Shifters in late July are available through local ticketing agents.

The cancelled dates are as follows:

July 24 - Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
July 26 - La Mar De Músicas, Cartagena Port (Murcia)
July 27 - Plaza De Toros, Malaga
July 29 - Palacio De Deportes, Madrid
July 31 - Cap Roig Festival, Girona

Plant and the band are playing a previously announced a series of summer tour dates, however, which will begin June 5 at the Mawazine Festival in Rabat, Morrocco.

The group will be on the road for seven weeks through to mid-July before taking a break in theier live schedule.

Plant will release a new solo album on September 9th.

The Led Zeppelin singer worked on the project with The Sensational Space Shifters at Peter Gabriel‘s Real World Studios in southwestern England.

See also:

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