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My Bloody Valentine Announce Sideshows

by Andrew Tijs on October 2, 2012

in Live,News

Irish shoegaze legends My Bloody Valentine will play headline shows in Australia next year.

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My Bloody Valentine are bone fide cult icons of alternative music, revered for their 1992 drone masterpiece Loveless.

The band all but disappeared after the album, but following their reunion in 2008, they’ll visit in Australia for the first time in 21 years for the Drones-curated ATP Festival.

Now, the legion of rabid MBV fans will be able to see them at headlining shows up the East Coast of Australia.

They have announced three shows for next February. Tickets go on sale on Thursday 18 October from Ticketek.

My Bloody Valentine Australian Tour 2013
Monday 18 February – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Wednesday 20 February – Tivoli Theatre, Brisbane
Friday 22 February – Palace Theatre, Melbourne

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