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Pavement announce 2022 reunion tour

Pavement
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Indie rock legends Pavement have announced a 2022 reunion tour of the UK & Europe.

The quintet had, back in the summer of 2019, announced that they would reform for two shows at the 2020 Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, Spain and Porto, Portugal. The shows were scheduled at the time to be the band's only 2020 performances, but were pushed back first to 2021 and then 2022 in light of COVID-19.

The band have kept the Primavera commitments, while adding well over a dozen other shows in the UK and Europe, scheduled to take place from mid-October through mid-November 2022. 

Having originally broken up in 1999 – after a decade-long run that saw them release some of the most charming and endearingly offbeat alt-rock guitar anthems of the '90s (see Summer Babe, Cut Your Hair, Gold Soundz) – Pavement embarked on a worldwide reunion tour in 2010, to date their most recent live performances.

Further live dates around the world have been promised, but for now you can take a look at the band's 2022 UK/Europe itinerary below.

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Pavement 2022 tour dates:

06/02/2022: Barcelona, ES – Primavera Sound
06/10/2022: Porto, Portugal – NOS Primavera Sound
10/17/2022: Leeds, UK – O2 Academy Leeds
10/18/2022: Glasgow, UK – Barrowland Ballroom
10/19/2022: Edinburgh, UK – Usher Hall
10/20/2022: Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo
10/22/2022: London, UK – Roundhouse
10/23/2022: London, UK – Roundhouse
10/24/2022: London, UK – Roundhouse
10/25/2022: London, UK – Roundhouse
10/27/2022: Paris, FR – Le Grand Rex
10/29/2022: Copenhagen, DK – Vega
10/30/2022: Oslo, NO – Sentrum Scene
10/31/2022: Stockholm, SE – Cirkus
11/02/2022: Aarhus, DK – VoxHall
11/04/2022: Bremen, DE – Pier 2
11/05/2022: Berlin, DE – Tempodrom
11/07/2022: Brussels, BE – Cirque Royal
11/08/2022: Amsterdam, NL – Royal Carré Theater
11/10/2022: Dublin, IE – Vicar Street 

Jackson Maxwell

Jackson is an Associate Editor at guitarworld.com. He’s been writing and editing stories about new gear, technique and guitar-driven music both old and new since 2014, and has also written extensively on the same topics for Guitar Player. Elsewhere, his album reviews and essays have appeared in Louder and Unrecorded. Though open to music of all kinds, his greatest love has always been indie, and everything that falls under its massive umbrella. To that end, you can find him on Twitter crowing about whatever great new guitar band you need to drop everything to hear right now.