Macklemore and Ryan Lewis announce European, North American tour

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have announced new North American tour dates later this year.

The new dates will follow the European leg of their tour and will support their new album, "This Unruly Mess I've Made".

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The North American tour will kick of in May, and also include a stop at music festival Bonnaroo.

The full list of European tour dates are below, followed by the new North American tour dates:

03-08 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg - Rockhal

03-10 Antwerp, Belgium - Sportspaleis

03-12 Köln, Germany - Lanxess Arena

03-14 Berlin, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Arena

03-15 Stuttgart, Germany - Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle

03-16 Hamburg, Germany - Barclaycard Arena

03-18 Lodz, Poland - Atlas Arena

03-19 Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle

03-21 Zürich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion

03-22 Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland - Geneva Arena

03-24 Dortmund, Germany - Westfalenhalle

03-25 Paris, France - Accorhotels Arena

03-26 Nantes, France - Zénith Nantes Métropole

03-27 Pérols, France - Park&Suites Arena

03-30 Lisbon, Portugal - Meo Arena

04-01 Madrid, Spain - Barclaycard Center

04-04 Milan, Italy - Mediolanum Forum

04-06 Linz, Austria - Tipsarena

04-07 Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle

04-10 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ziggo Dome

04-12 Manchester, England - Manchester Arena

04-13 Glasgow, Scotland - The SSE Hydro

04-15-16 Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena

04-21 Belfast, Ireland - SSE Arena

04-22 Newcastle upon Tyne, England - Metro Radio Arena

04-23 Leeds, England - First Direct Arena

04-24 Nottingham, England - Capital FM Arena

04-26 Birmingham, England - Barclaycard Arena

04-27 London, England - The O2

North American tour dates:

05-25 Vancouver, British Columbia - PNE Forum

05-26 Portland, OR - Memorial Coliseum

05-28 San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic

05-31 Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Expo Hall

06-03 Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Air

06-05 Denver, CO - 1st Bank Center

06-08 Minneapolis, MN - Target Center

06-09 Chicago, IL - The Riviera

06-09-12 Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo

06-13 Philadelphia, PA - Tower

06-14 Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE

06-15 Toronto, Ontario - Echo Beach

06-17 Boston, MA - Agganis

06-21 New York, NY - Hammerstein


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