DARK FUNERAL: South American Tour Details Announced
Sweden's DARK FUNERAL have announced the details of their forthcoming South American tour.
"Due to scheduling conflicts we could unfortunately not include (as first announced) Mexico, Venezuela, Equador etc... this time around," the band write on their web site. "We will however try to re-schedule those countries and maybe even add some countries and do a second round of South American shows at a later time. We are deeply sorry for this, but it was out of our control. We'll make it up to you guys sooner then later!"
Confirmed dates are as follows:
Sep. 04 – Brasilia, BRA - Piramide Shows
Sep. 05 - Belo Horizonte, BRA - Ginasio CMBH
Sep. 06 - São Paulo, BRA - Setembro Negro Festival
Sep. 07 – Curitiba, BRA - Moinho Sao Roque
Sep. 08 – Santiago, CHL - Teatro Providencia
Sep. 09 – Coquimbo, CHL - Pub Moe's
Sep. 10 – Antofagasta, CHL - La Cascada
Sep. 11 – Valparaiso, CHL - Klandestino "under club"
Sep. 12 – Cali, COL - Hell Attacks
Sep. 13 – Bogota, COL - Teatro Patria
Sep. 14 – Pasto, COL - Bar El Tunel
Support at the Brazilian dates will come from AVERSE SIFERA, VALHALLA, and AVEC TRISTESSE. The Belo Horizonte and Curitiba shows will include additional appearances by AGAURES and EVIL WAR, respectively.
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