Recently reunited band The Libertines have announced that they will play a series of gigs across Europe this summer.
The shows, which will take place in France, Holland, Belgium and Germany, follow an announcement earlier this week that the band, fronted by Pete Doherty, is set to play Portugal’s Optimus Alive festival alongside Arctic Monkeys and The Black Keys.
The Libertines will play a warm up gig in Glasgow, before they headline British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park this summer. It’ll be The Libertines’ first live show since their Reading and Leeds festival appearance back in 2010.
The string of shows kicks off at Paris’ Zenith on 30th September, marking The Libertines’ first European tour in over 10 years.
Following this announcement, fans of the Time for Heroes rockers are wondering whether the band will announce a full UK tour and if they will record any new music to accompany it.
Tickets for the European tour go on sale this Friday (20th) at 9am.
Paris, Zenith – September 30
Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall – October 2
Brussels, FN Club – October 3
Berlin, Columbiahalle – October 4
Dusseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle – October 5
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