Turin Brakes are heading back to countries they’ve not visited in a long long time with this Lost Property tour. With a date on 16 October in Paris, Turin Brakes are now also confirmed for their first appearance in Switzerland in a long, long time. On 27-29 October, Zermatt Unplugged takes place in Kaufleuten Zürich, and Turin Brakes are confirmed for Saturday the 29th at the Festsaal (the party room). If our records are correct, Turin Brakes last played Switzerland in 2003 (the Montreux Jazz Festival) and Zürich waaaaaaayyyyy back in 2001, so this is long overdue!
Tickets are on sale here and cost 40 CHF. The band play an acoustic set of awesomeness from 19.30 hours to 20.30 hours, it is believed. Apparently the ticket gives unlimited access to the festival zone, with additional gigs in several stages around the venue, and access to the afterparty with ‘DJs’ in the venue. Other acts playing the three day event include the wonderful Lianne La Havas, Chris De Burgh, Emiliana Torrini and many others.
It’s unclear whether there’ll be any more EU dates besides the ones already announced.
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