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Paul Weller World Tour Dates!

Here's what we have so far. Some of these have yet to be confirmed.

JULY
SUNDAY 6 JULY - FESTIVAL MARQUEE, CORK, IRELAND
WEDNESDAY 9 JULY - VILLA ARCONATI FESTIVAL, MILAN, ITALY
FRIDAY 11 JULY - EXIT FESTIVAL, NOVI SAD, SERBIA
WEDNESDAY 16 JULY - AMPHITHEATRE 43, EXPO 2008, ZARAGOZA, SPAIN
SUNDAY 13 JULY - CACTUSFESTIVAL, BRUGGE, BELGIUM (Appearance CANCELLED)
SATURDAY 26 JULY - OSBORNE HOUSE, EAST COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT

AUGUST
THURSDAY 7 AUGUST - SHIBUYA AX CLUB, TOKYO, JAPAN
SATURDAY 9 AUGUST - SUMMERSONIC FESTIVAL, TOKYO, JAPAN
SUNDAY 10 AUGUST - SUMMERSONIC FESTIVAL, OSAKA, JAPAN
WEDNESDAY 13 AUGUST - CHALLENGE STADIUM, PERTH, AUSTRALIA
FRIDAY 15 AUGUST - THE BARTON THEATRE, ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
SATURDAY 16 AUGUST - THE FORUM, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
SUNDAY 17 AUGUST - THE FORUM, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
TUESDAY 19 AUGUST - ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
WEDNESDAY 20 AUGUST - ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
THURSDAY 21 AUGUST - ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
SATURDAY 23 AUGUST - THE TIVOLI, BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
SUNDAY 24 AUGUST - THE TIVOLI, BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
TUESDAY 26 AUGUST - ASB THEATRE, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
WEDNESDAY 27 AUGUST - ASB THEATRE, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

SEPTEMBER

TUESDAY 2 SEPTEMBER - WILTERN THEATRE, LOS ANGELES, USA
WEDNESDAY 3 SEPTEMBER - WILTERN THEATRE, LOS ANGELES, USA
THURSDAY 4 SEPTEMBER - THE FILLMORE, SAN FRANCISCO, USA
SUNDAY 7 SEPTEMBER - VIRGIN FESTIVAL, TORONTO ISLAND PARK, CANADA
TUESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER - BERKLEE PERFORMANCE CENTER, BOSTON, USA
WEDNESDAY 10 SEPTEMBER - NOKIA THEATRE, NEW YORK, USA
THURSDAY 11 SEPTEMBER - HIGHLINE BALLROOM, NEW YORK, USA
SATURDAY 13 SEPTEMBER - 9.30 CLUB, WASHINGTON DC, USA
SUNDAY 14 SEPTEMBER - TROCADERO, PHILADELPHIA, USA
TUESDAY 16 SEPTEMBER - HOUSE OF BLUES, CHICAGO, USA

OCTOBER

FRIDAY 3 OCTOBER - AB CLUB, BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
SATURDAY 4 OCTOBER - THE PARADISO, AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND
MONDAY 6 OCTOBER - E-WERK, COLOGNE, GERMANY
TUESDAY 7 OCTOBER - COLUMBIAHALLE, BERLIN, GERMANY
WEDNESDAY 8 OCTOBER - THE DOCKS, HAMBURG, GERMANY
FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER - STADTHALLE, HEIDELBERG, GERMANY
SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER - TONHALLE, MUNICH, GERMANY
SUNDAY 12 OCTOBER - VOLKHAUS, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
MONDAY 13 0CTOBER - KONZERTHAUS, VIENNA, AUSTRIA
TUESDAY 14 OCTOBER - ALCATRAZ, MILAN, ITALY
WEDNESDAY 15 OCTOBER - ESTRAGON CLUB, BOLOGNA, ITALY
FRIDAY 17 OCTOBER - RAZZMATAZZ, BARCELONA, SPAIN
SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER - LA RIVIERA, MADRID, SPAIN
FRIDAY 31 OCTOBER - DESERT RHYTHM FESTIVAL, FESTIVAL CITY, DUBAI

NOVEMBER
THURSDAY 6 NOVEMBER - K2 ARENA, CRAWLEY
FRIDAY 7 NOVEMBER - K2 ARENA, CRAWLEY
SATURDAY 8 NOVEMBER - CLIFFS PAVILLION, SOUTHEND ON SEA
MONDAY 10 NOVEMBER - RDS SIMMONSCOURT, DUBLIN
TUESDAY 11 NOVEMBER - ODYSSEY ARENA, BELFAST
THURSDAY 13 NOVEMBER - EXHIBITION CENTRE, ABERDEEN
FRIDAY 14 NOVEMBER - SECC & CLYDE AUDITORIUM, GLASGOW
SATURDAY 15 NOVEMBER - METRO RADIO ARENA, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
MONDAY 17 NOVEMBER - ECHO ARENA, LIVERPOOL
TUESDAY 18 NOVEMBER - EVENING NEWS ARENA, MANCHESTER
THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER - INTERNATIONAL ARENA, CARDIFF
FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER - NATIONAL EXHIBITION CENTRE, BIRMINGHAM
SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER - TRENT FM ARENA, NOTTINGHAM
MONDAY 23 NOVEMBER - BRIXTON CARLING ACADEMY, LONDON
TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER - BRIXTON CARLING ACADEMY, LONDON

Thanks to Gav for assistance on these!

Comments

  1. Where do you get your info? No-one here in NZ seems to know anything about this and now I starting to fear a repeat of 1985 when the TSC went o OZ but not NZ. It's been a very long wait to be disappointed yet again.

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  2. weller ain't coming to New Zealand

    Ticketek have been dragging their heels for months now, and with the August dates coming soon they dont enought time for promotion and ticket sales


    once again, a great artist is by-passing NZ infavour of more dates in Australia.

    it really annoys me!
    he'll NEVER come to NZ now; whereas The Jam did in March this year... they were amazing!

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