SOULFLY Pull Out Of UK's LOST WEEKEND Festival
Due to ongoing problems with the UK's Lost Weekend show in July, SOULFLY will no longer be appearing at the event. However, as consolation to their British fans, Max Cavalera and co. have announced a one-off London date at The Forum on July 10th. The Forum date will be the first chance for UK fans to experience the group's new tracks in a live situation.
SOULFLY's confirmed European dates are as follows:
Jun. 22 – Southside - Neuhassen, GER
Jun. 23 - Hurricane Festival - Scheessel, GER
Jun. 25 – Batschkapp - Frankfurt, GER
Jun. 26 – Orpheum - Graz, AUS
Jun. 27 - Planet Music - Vienna, AUS
Jun. 29 – Velvet - Rimini, ITA
Jun. 30 - Festival Di Rifondazione - Milano, ITA
Jul. 02 - Sala Republica - Valencia, SPA
Jul. 03 - Praca Sony - Lisbon, POR
Jul. 04 - Sala Jam - Bergara, SPA
Jul. 05 – Eurockeennes - Belfort, FRA
Jul. 06 - Ministry Of Rock - Frauenfeld, SWI
Jul. 07 - Montreux Jazz Festival - Montreux, SWI
Jul. 11 - La Mutualite - Paris, FRA
Jul. 12 - Dour Music Festival - Dour, BEL
Jul. 14 - Dynamo Open Air - Weert, NETH
SOULFLY's new album, 3, is due on June 25th through Roadrunner Records.
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