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The Black Keys Resume "Turn Blue" World Tour

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on May 21, 2015 - 9:00am
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The Black Keys resume their Turn Blue world tour with a performance at the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, Spain, next Thursday, May 28. The tour continues into August with festival sets in Greece, United Kingdom, Denmark, Canada, and United States, including Governors Ball, Isle of Wight, Outside Lands, and many more. 

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The Black Keys resume their Turn Blue world tour with a performance at the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, Spain, next Thursday, May 28. The tour, featuring music from their latest album, Turn Blue, released last year on Nonesuch / Warner Bros. Records, continues into August with festival sets in Greece, United Kingdom, Denmark, Canada, and United States, including Governors Ball, Isle of Wight, Outside Lands, and many others. See below for all of the currently scheduled dates. For additional details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Turn Blue or any of the albums in their Nonesuch catalog, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include downloads of the complete album at checkout.

THE BLACK KEYS ON TOUR

May 28 Primavera Sound Barcelona, SPAIN
May 30 Rockwave Festival Athens, GREECE
Jun 5 Bunbury Festival Cincinnati, OH
Jun 6 Mountain Jam Hunter, NY
Jun 7 Governor's Ball New York, NY
Jun 12 Isle of Wight Festival Isle of Wight, UK
Jun 14 Northside Festival Aarhus, DENMARK
Jul 16–19 Pemberton Music Festival Pemberton, BC
Jul 18 Rock the Shores Colwood, BC
Jul 31–Aug 2 Osheaga Festival Montreal, QC
Aug 7 Outside Lands Festival San Francisco, CA
     
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The Black Keys 2015 tour by Jason M. Tarulli

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