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Original Happy Mondays To Tour Australia

by Paul Cashmere on January 16, 2013

in Live,News

As hinted last week by Noise11, the original line-up of Happy Mondays will tour Australia for the first time ever in May.

Happy Mondays

Happy Mondays

Shaun and Paul Ryder, Bez, Gary Whelan, Mark Day and Rowetta reformed last year and have played UK shows.

Shaun Ryder has toured Happy Mondays in Australia before but never with the original line-up.

Dates are:

May 3, Brisbane, Tivoli
May 4, Sydney, UNSW Roundhouse
May 5, Melbourne, Palace Theatre
May 8, Perth, Capitol

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