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Pain Of Salvation announce 2018 tour dates

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Pain Of Salvation have announced a European headline tour for later this year.

The autumn shows have been organised in support of their latest album In The Passing Light Of Day and will kick off at the Columbia Theatre in Berlin on August 31 and conclude with a show at Strasbourg’s La Laiterie on September 20.

The new dates will follow six South American shows which have been re-scheduled from earlier this year. They’ll get under way from next week, with Pain Of Salvation also due to play a handful of summer and winter shows in Europe and Russia.

Speaking about the upcoming performances in South America, the band say: “We are super thrilled to return to South America, and we are looking forward to meet all our wonderful fans there again! 

“We have secretly been playing a few songs during rehearsals that we haven’t played in a long time, and we plan to bring some of them to the stage for this trip. 

“The fans in South America always give us something special, so of course we want to return that favour, with interest.”

Find a full list of Pain Of Salvation’s 2018 tour dates below, with the autumn headline shows highlighted in bold.

Pain Of Salvation 2018 tour dates

Apr 26: Rio De Janeiro Teatro Rival, Brazil
Apr 27: Belo Horizonte Granfinos, Brazil
Apr 28: Limeira Bar da Montanha, Brazil
Apr 29: Sao Paulo Carioca Club, Brazil
May 01: Buenos Aires Roxy Live, Argentina
May 03: Santiago Blondie, Chile
Jun 16: Rome Largo Venue, Italy
Jun 17: Milan Circolo Magnolia, Italy
Jun 29: Barcelona Be Prog! My Friend Festival, Spain
Jun 30: Lisbon RCA Club, Portugal
Aug 31: Berlin Columbia Theater, Germany
Sep 01: Warsaw Progresja, Poland
Sep 02: Krakow Studio, Poland
Sep 04: Bratislava MMC, Slovakia
Sep 05: Budapest A38, Hungary
Sep 07: Aschaffenburg Colos-Saal, Germany
Sep 08: Balver Höhle German Kultrock Festival, Germany
Sep 09: Hamburg Markthalle, Germany
Sep 10: Bochum Zeche, Germany
Sep 12: Manchester Academy Club, UK
Sep 13: London Islington Assembly Hall, UK
Sep 14: Maastricht Muziekgieterij, Netherlands
Sep 15: Amsterdam Melkweg, Netherlands
Sep 17: Pratteln Z7, Switzerland
Sep 18: Savigny-le-Temple L’Empreinte, France
Sep 19: Lyon Ninkasi Kao, France
Sep 20: Strasbourg La Laiterie, France

Nov 02: St. Petersburg Zal Club, Russia
Nov 03: Moscow Zil Arena, Russia

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