Snow Patrol Announce Festival Shows for Summer 2018
Added on 01st December 2017

Snow Patrol will play Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park festivals in Germany this summer. Both festivals take place over the weekend of 1st to 3rd June in Eifel, Nurburg and Zeppelinfeld, Nurenburg respectively.

Later in the summer the band will join play Rock Werchter in Werchter, Belgium on July 6th, headline NOS Alive Festival at Passeio Maritimo Alges in Portugal on July 12th and join headliners Pearl Jam, Queens of the Stone Age and Depeche Mode at the Mad Cool Festival in Madrid, Spain. Both NOS Alive and Mad Cool Festival run from July 12th to 14th and Snow Patrol will play in Portugal on July 12th and Spain on July 13th. Tickets for all these events are available here.

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