SLAPSHOT European Dates Announced

Veteran Boston hardcore act SLAPSHOT have lined up the following European dates during late spring/early summer:

May 03 Sneek, NETH @ Het Bollwerk
May 04 - Amsterdam, NETH @ Melkweg
May 05 Kontich, BEL @ Lintfabriek
May 06 London, UK @ Underworld
May 07 Wermelskirchen, GER @ AJZ Bahndamm
May 08 - Weinheim, GER @ Caf Central
May 09. - Freiburg, GER @ Caf Atlantik
May 10 - Chemnitz, GER @ Talschock
May 11 - Immenhausen, GER @ AKKU Immenhausen
May 12 - Mnchen, GER @ Backstage
May 13 - Hannover, GER @ Chez Heinz
May 14 - Schweinfurt, GER @ Stadtbahnhof
May 15 - Bochum, GER @ Zwischenfall
May 16 - Koblenz, GER @ Suppkultur
May 17 - Cottbus, GER @ Gladhouse
May 18. - Berlin, GER @ SO 36
May 19 - Mnster, GER @ HC Festival
Jul. 06 Desselt, BEL @ Graspop Festival
Jul. 07 Roijtschora, GER @ With Full Force Festival


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