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Pentatonix have announced their UK and Europe tour dates and we need tickets NOW!

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Grammy award winners, Pentatonix, have announced the UK and Europe dates for their world tour and we are so excited!

EXCITED

The group will be touring in support of their self-titled debut studio album which debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. This is the first time Pentatonix have headlined their own shows since their sold out ‘On My Way Home Tour’ in 2015.

So, want to see the gang at a show near you? Check out the tour dates below…

  • 23rd May – Ireland Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 25th May –  United Kingdom O2 Academy, Birimingham
  • 26th May – United Kingdom O2 Academy Brixton, London
  • 28th May – United Kingdom Albert Hall, Manchester
  • 30th May – France Zenith, Paris
  • 1st June – Netherlands Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam
  • 2nd June – Belgium Lotto Arena, Antwerp
  • 3rd June – Germany Tanzbrunnen, Cologne 
  • 5th June – Luxembourg Rockhal, Luxembourg
  • 6th June – Germany Stadtpark, Hamburg
  • 8th June – Germany Zitadelle, Berlin
  • 9th June – Czech Republic Forum Karlin, Prague
  • 11th June – Germany Zenith, Munich
  • 12th June – Austria Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna
  • 14th June – Switzerland Hallenstadion, Zurich
  • 15th June – Austria Tips Arena, Linz
  • 16th June – Germany Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt
  • 18th June – Italy Atlantico, Rome
  • 19th June – Italy Alcatraz, Milan
  • 22nd June – Spain Sant Jordi Club, Barcelona
  • 23rd June – Spain Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid
  • 25th June – Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon
  • 26th June – Portugal Coliseu Porto, Porto

Tickets are available right now so click here and be quick!

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