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Uneven Structure and Voyager add further tour dates

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Last month, it was announced that Uneven Structure and Voyager would tour together across the UK and Ireland in October.

It’s now been confirmed that both bands will perform further European dates around the previously revealed shows under the Cooking The Man banner, starting at Cologne’s Euroblast festival on September 9 and wrapping up with a set in Madrid on October 30.

Uneven Structure say in a statement: “We’re stoked to be hitting the road for our first proper headlining tour of the UK, Ireland and Europe, supported by non other than the mighty Voyager from Australia!

“We’re excited to say that you will be witnessing our newest album La Partition in full every night, as well as a few classics. One night of chaos, you don’t wanna miss this, do you?”

Voyager will be on the road in support of their latest album Ghost Mile which arrived in May this year.

They say: “UK and Europe! We’re excited to head back your way to play a series of dates with prog lords, Uneven Structure! See you all very soon.”

Find a full list of Uneven Structure and Voyager’s 2017 tour dates below.

Uneven Structure and Voyager Cooking The Man tour dates

Sep 29: Cologne Euroblast Festival, Germany
Oct 06: Baarlo Progpower Europe, Netherlands (Voyager only)
Oct 09: London Underworld, UK
Oct 10: Birmingham The Flapper, UK
Oct 11: Dublin Voodoo Lounge, Ireland
Oct 12: Glasgow Audio, UK
Oct 13: Manchester Satan’s Hollow, UK
Oct 14: Guildford The Boiler Room, UK
Oct 15: Leiden Gebr De Nobel, Netherlands (Uneven Structure only)
Oct 16: Munster Sputnik, Germany
Oct 17: Berlin Maze, Germany
Oct 18: Wroclaw Carpe Diem, Poland
Oct 19: Prague Underdogs, Czech Republic
Oct 20: Vienna Chelsea, Austria
Oct 21: Bratislava Randal Club, Slovakia
Oct 22: Budapest Durer Kert, Hungary
Oct 23: Munich Backstage, Germany
Oct 26: Milan Legend Club, Italy
Oct 27: Zug I45, Switzerland
Oct 29: Barcelona Apolo 2, Spain
Oct 30: Madrid Caracol, Spain

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Scott looks after Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 25 years in newspapers and magazines and in 2014 joined our news desk, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more. Scott has previous written for the Daily Record, Sunday Mirror, The Herald and IGN.