Mozes and the Firstborn Announce European Tour Dates

Mozes and the Firstborn, a four-piece garage-pop band, have announced new dates for their European tour in 2019, which takes part in January and March. The tour will come after the worldwide release of their third full-length album ‘Dadcore’ which is due to come out on the 25th of January, 2019.

Mozes and the Firstborn European Tour Dates:

  • 27th Jan – Berlin, Lido
  • 28th Jan – Hamburg, Knust
  • 1st March – Frankfurt, Das Bett
  • 2nd March – Osnabrück, Rosenhof
  • 7th March – Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
  • 11th March – Paris, Supersonic
  • 12th March – London, Shacklewell Arms
  • 13th March – Hasselt, Muziekodroom
  • 14th March – Utrecht, EKKO
  • 16th March – Amsterdam, AFAS Live

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