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Turn Blue World Tour: European Leg Cancelled

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  • Jan 23,2015
    Turn Blue World Tour: European Leg Cancelled

    Due to a serious shoulder injury to Patrick, The Black Keys’ forthcoming European concerts, part of their Turn Blue World Tour, have been cancelled up until March 10.  Regrettably, due to prior scheduled commitments and venue availability, efforts to reschedule the original dates were unsuccessful; therefore all tickets will be refunded in full at their point of purchase.  At this time, it is not expected that any dates after March 10 will be cancelled.

    From Dan & Pat: “We are very sorry to have to cancel our upcoming performances through March 10. Patrick needs time to heal.  We thank all of our fans for their support and we’re looking forward to getting back on the road.”

    CANCELLED TOUR DATES
    February 16 | Zurich, Switzerland | Hallenstadion
    February 17 | Milan, Italy | Mediolanum Forum
    February 19 | Munich, Germany | Zenith
    February 20 | Berlin, Germany | Max-Schmeling-Halle
    February 21 | Warsaw, Poland | Torwar
    February 23 | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Ziggo Dome                
    February 24 | Antwerp, Belgium | Sportpaleis                
    February 25 | Dusseldorf, Germany | Mitsubishi Electric Halle        
    February 27 | Manchester, United Kingdom | Manchester Arena        
    February 28 | Birmingham, United Kingdom | Genting Arena            
    March 1 | Glasgow, United Kingdom | The SSE Hydro            
    March 3 | London, United Kingdom | The O2                
    March 4 | Cardiff, United Kingdom | Motorpoint Arena            
    March 5 | Leeds, United Kingdom | First Direct Arena            
    March 7 | Lyon, France | Halle Tony Garnier            
    March 9 | Paris, France | Zenith                 
    March 10 | Paris, France | Zenith


    TOUR RESUMES
    April 2 | Brisbane, Australia | Brisbane Riverstage        
    April 3 | Byron Bay, Australia | Bluesfest                 
    April 5 | Yarra Valley, Australia | Rochford Eyton Winery        
    April 7 | Melbourne, Australia | Margaret Court Arena        
    April 10 | Darling Harbour, Australia | Qantas Credit Union Arena        
    April 11 | Pokolbin, Australia | Bimbadgen Estate            
    April 14 | Perth, Australia | Red Hill Auditorium            
    April 16 | Hindmarsh, Australia | Adelaide Entertainment Centre    
    April 18 | Christchurch, New Zealand | Horncastle Arena
    April 19 | Auckland, New Zealand | Vector Arena                
    April 22 | Tokyo, Japan | Studio Coast                
    April 23 | Tokyo, Japan | Studio Coast
    May 28 | Barcelona, Spain | Primavera Sound            
    May 30 | Athens, Greece | Rockwave Festival            
    June 6 | Hunter, New York | Mountain Jam            
    June 7 | New York, New York | Governor’s Ball            
    June 12 | Isle of Wight, United Kingdom | Isle of Wight Festival        
    June 14 | Aarhus, Denmark | Northside Festival   

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on January 23, 2015 - 4:00am

Due to a serious shoulder injury to Patrick, The Black Keys’ forthcoming European concerts, part of their Turn Blue World Tour, have been cancelled up until March 10.  Regrettably, due to prior scheduled commitments and venue availability, efforts to reschedule the original dates were unsuccessful; therefore all tickets will be refunded in full at their point of purchase.  At this time, it is not expected that any dates after March 10 will be cancelled.

From Dan & Pat: “We are very sorry to have to cancel our upcoming performances through March 10. Patrick needs time to heal.  We thank all of our fans for their support and we’re looking forward to getting back on the road.”

CANCELLED TOUR DATES
February 16 | Zurich, Switzerland | Hallenstadion
February 17 | Milan, Italy | Mediolanum Forum
February 19 | Munich, Germany | Zenith
February 20 | Berlin, Germany | Max-Schmeling-Halle
February 21 | Warsaw, Poland | Torwar
February 23 | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Ziggo Dome                
February 24 | Antwerp, Belgium | Sportpaleis                
February 25 | Dusseldorf, Germany | Mitsubishi Electric Halle        
February 27 | Manchester, United Kingdom | Manchester Arena        
February 28 | Birmingham, United Kingdom | Genting Arena            
March 1 | Glasgow, United Kingdom | The SSE Hydro            
March 3 | London, United Kingdom | The O2                
March 4 | Cardiff, United Kingdom | Motorpoint Arena            
March 5 | Leeds, United Kingdom | First Direct Arena            
March 7 | Lyon, France | Halle Tony Garnier            
March 9 | Paris, France | Zenith                 
March 10 | Paris, France | Zenith


TOUR RESUMES
April 2 | Brisbane, Australia | Brisbane Riverstage        
April 3 | Byron Bay, Australia | Bluesfest                 
April 5 | Yarra Valley, Australia | Rochford Eyton Winery        
April 7 | Melbourne, Australia | Margaret Court Arena        
April 10 | Darling Harbour, Australia | Qantas Credit Union Arena        
April 11 | Pokolbin, Australia | Bimbadgen Estate            
April 14 | Perth, Australia | Red Hill Auditorium            
April 16 | Hindmarsh, Australia | Adelaide Entertainment Centre    
April 18 | Christchurch, New Zealand | Horncastle Arena
April 19 | Auckland, New Zealand | Vector Arena                
April 22 | Tokyo, Japan | Studio Coast                
April 23 | Tokyo, Japan | Studio Coast
May 28 | Barcelona, Spain | Primavera Sound            
May 30 | Athens, Greece | Rockwave Festival            
June 6 | Hunter, New York | Mountain Jam            
June 7 | New York, New York | Governor’s Ball            
June 12 | Isle of Wight, United Kingdom | Isle of Wight Festival        
June 14 | Aarhus, Denmark | Northside Festival