Morrissey Announces European Tour And Is “Urgently” Seeking A Record Label

The past few weeks have been tumultuous as any other for Morrissey: after releasing his new album, he was accused of and denied asking his security guard to hurt the webmaster of one of his fansites, and dissed and later got dropped (or close to it) by the label that took a chance on him. Now a string of European tour dates has been announced that start in October, which should go on as planned as long as he doesn’t postpone or cancel them. In the announcement on quasi-official site True To You, a note at the end reads: “Morrissey is urgently seeking a label to issue World Peace Is None of Your Business, which is now withdrawn from the Capitol-Harvest Records catalogue.” Check out the dates below.

Tour Dates:
10/06 Lisbon, Portugal @ Coliseum
10/13 Rome, Italy @ Atlantico
10/16 Milan, Italy @ Teatro Linear
10/17 Bologna, Italy @ Paladozza
10/19 Pescara, Italy @ Pala Gpii
10/21 Florence, Italy @ Obihall
10/22 Padova, Italy @ Geox Theater
10/24 Vienna, Austria @ Konzerthaus
11/05 Hannover, Germany @ Capitol
11/08 Lund, Sweden @ Sparbank Arena
11/09 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Falconer
11/11 Goteborg, Sweden @ Lisebergshallen
11/13 Stockholm, Sweden @ Hovet
11/19 Warsaw, Poland @ Laznia Nowa
11/23 Berlin, Germany @ Columbiahalle
11/24 Essen, Germany @ Colosseum
11/29 London, England @ O2 Arena

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