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Paul Weller - World Tour Dates & Venues (To Be Confirmed)!

These dates come courtesy of the kind folks over at The Paul Weller Chat Forum!

Ireland
6th JULY - Cork - Live @ Marquee

Serbia

11th JULY - Nova Sad Exit Festival

Belgium

13th JULY - Cactus Festival

Japan
7th AUG - Tokyo - Shibuya AX club
9th AUG - Tokyo - Summer Sonic Festival
10th AUG - Osaka - Summer Sonic Festival

Australia
13th AUG - Perth - Challenge Stadium
15th AUG - Adelaide - The Barton Theatre
16th AUG - Melbourne - The Forum
17th AUG - Melbourne - The Forum
19th AUG - Sydney - Enmore Theatre
20th AUG - Sydney - Enmore Theatre
21st AUG - Sydney - Enmore Theatre
23rd AUG - Brisbane - The Tivoli
24th AUG - Brisbane - The Tivoli

New Zealand
26th AUG - Auckland - ASB Theatre
27th AUG - Auckland - ASB Theatre

USA & Canada
These dates are in the first 2 weeks of September. There are no venue details yet but the cities being played are:
San Francisco
Toronto
NYC (2 nights)
Philadelphia
Washington

Belgium
3rd OCT - Brussels - AB Club

Holland

4th OCT - Amsterdam - Paradiso

Germany

6th OCT - Cologne - E-Werk
7th OCT - Berlin - Columbiahalle
8th OCT - Hamburg - Docks
10th OCT - Heidelberg - Stadthalle
11th OCT - Munich - Tonhalle

Switzerland

12th OCT - Zurich - Volkhaus

Italy

14th OCT - Milan - Alcatraz
15th OCT - Milan - Alcatraz

Spain

17th OCT - Barcelona - Razzmatazz
18th OCT - Madrid La Riviera

Dubai
31st OCT - Desert Rhythm Festival

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Comments

  1. I have stopped by often but for whatever reason felt particularly moved today to tell you how great your work here is. Why does he even BOTHER having an official website?

    PS Where's the great new pic from?

    kind regards

    (known elsewhere as) chico4

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  2. Looks like he is going to miss NZ altogether as he has a concert in Melbourne available for the 26th August. To be honest, I wasn't hopeful!

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  3. I hope he visits NZ, there will be a lot of upset fans if he can't make it. His fans would easily pack ASB.

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  4. Well, there's definatley no tickets on sale for any dates in NZ - I've called everywhere. A bit dissappointing as I'd really love to see him.

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