Men Without Hats, the Canadian electronic rock group, best known for their iconic hit singles The Safety Dance and Pop Goes The Word, are pleased to confirm a new concert in Stockholm on Valentine's Day (Feb 14th), as part of their first European Tour in 20 years.
The tour coincides with the release of their critically acclaimed album Love In The Age Of War, produced by Dave "Rave" Ogilvie (Skinny Puppy, Marilyn Manson). The tour starts at London's Islington o2 Academy on February 1st, followed by dates in Germany, Austria, Denmark, and Sweden (this will also mark the first time MWH have ever performed a concert in the UK).
1983's hit single The Safety Dance went Top 10 in the US, the UK and 25 other countries, and recently achieved cult status on The Simpsons, Glee, Family Guy and Futurama. In 1983, MWH were Grammy nominated for Best Group. In 2011, they performed at SXSW, followed by extensive 2012 North American tours with The B-52's and The Human League.
LONDON, O2 ISLINGTON ACADEMY Friday 1 February
MEMMINGEN, KAMINWERK Sunday 3 February
INGOLSTADT, EVENTHALLE WESTPARK Monday 4 February
VIENNA, SZENE WIEN Tuesday 5 February
COLOGNE, MTC Wednesday 6 February
FRANKFURT, DAS BETT Thursday 7 February
HANNOVER, ENGEL 07 Friday 8 February
BERLIN, K17 Saturday 9 February
HAMBURG, LOGO Sunday 10 February
COPENHAGEN, STENGADE Tuesday 12 February
STOCKHOLM, KOLINGSBORG Thursday 14 February
MALMO, INKONST Friday 15 February
GOTHENBURG, STICKY FINGERS Saturday 16 February
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