(Photo by Theo Gladkova) IAMX have announced a special added tour date in Lviv, Ukraine on November 1st.
After finishing their six week Fault Lines1 Europe Tour, Chris Corner, his band mate Janine Gezang and the IAMX touring crew will make their way to Lviv to show support for the Ukrainian people “who have given IAMX so much love over the years” so the band precies.
Their live set will feature both new and classic IAMX songs. The last time the band played the war-stricken country was in 2018.
The European leg of the Fault Lines1 Tour begins next week. See all dates below.
- 26 September – Bratislava, SK – Majestic Music Club
- 27 September – Prague, CZ – Lucerna
- 29 September – Budapest, HU – A38
- 30 September – Graz, AT – PPC
- 01 October – Vienna, AT – SIMM City
- 03 October – Sankt Gallen, CH – bruchteil grabenhalle
- 04 October – Munich, DE – Ampere
- 06 October – Barcelona, ES – Apollo 2
- 07 October – Madrid, ES – Sala Mon
- 09 October – Brussels, BE – Ancienne Belgique
- 10 October – Paris, FR – Trabendo
- 11 October – Cologne, DE – Live Music Hall
- 13 October – Leipzig, DE – Täubchenthal
- 14 October – Hamburg, DE – Markthalle
- 15 October – Copenhagen, DK – Amager Bio
- 17 October – Utrecht, NL – Tivoli De Helling
- 18 October – Frankfurt, DE – Zoom
- 21 October – Berlin, DE – Columbia Theater
- 22 October – Warsaw, PL – Progresja
- 24 October – Wroclaw, PL – Zaklete Rewiry
- 25 October – Brno, CZ – Fleda
- 27 October – Stockholm, SE – Slaktkyrkan
- 28 October – Gothenburg, SE – Trädgårn
- 30 October – London, UK – O2 Academy Islington – SOLD OUT
- 01 November – Lviv, UA – FESTrepublic
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