Karnataka announce Euro tour

Karnataka have announced a 20-date European tour.

The trek has been scheduled in support of their latest album Secrets Of Angels, released last year, and includes an appearance at the A New Day Festival, Faversham, in August.

The band say: “Following the amazing success and response to the new album, the band are very pleased to announce the Secrets Of Angels European Tour 2016.”

Tickets are available via the band’s website, while further dates are expected to be added in due course.

Karnataka 2016 tour dates

Apr 02: Leicester Y Theatre, UK
Apr 03: Cardiff The Globe, UK
Apr 07: Norwich The Waterfront, UK
Apr 09: Uden De Pul, Netherlands
Apr 10: Zoetermeer De Boerderij, Netherlands
Apr 14: Verviers Spirit Of 66, Belgium
Apr 16: Reichenbach, Bergkeller, Germany
Apr 23: Verona Club Il Giardino, Italy
Apr 29: Tavistock The Wharf, UK
Apr 30: Poole Mr Kyps, UK
May 07: Sutton Boom Boom Club, UK
May 08: Bilston Robin 2, UK
May 14: Aberdeen Drummonds, UK
May 15: Edinburgh The Voodoo Rooms, UK
Jun 03: Milton Keynes The Stables, UK
Jun 04: Maltby The Wesley Centre, UK
Jun 17: St Helens The Citadel, UK
Jun 18: Crewe The Box, UK
Jun 25: London O2 Academy Islington, UK
Aug 06: Faversham A New Day Festival, UK

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