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Birds of Tokyo Add Some Queensland Shows

by Noise11.com on April 20, 2017

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Birds Of Tokyo have added some shows in Queensland while they are around the area for the Pineapple Music Festival.

Ipswich, Byron Bay and Gold Coast will host Birds of Tokyo live in May and June. The support will be Columbus.

Birds of Tokyo dates

Friday 26 May Racehorse Hotel, Ipswich
Saturday May 27 Big Pineapple Music Festival, Sunshine Coast SOLD OUT
Sunday 28 May The Northern, Byron Bay
Thursday 1 June Surfers Beergarden, Gold Coast

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