Level 42 Announces International Tour; U.S. Dates Included

Level 42 bassist Mark King announced a summer 2010 tour for the band, which stretches the globe. Most exciting is the return to the U.S., which will be the group’s first visit in a little over two decades. King notes that the dates are confirmed early, so “there’s no excuses for you not to be there…”

The band is celebrating its 30-year anniversary, spanning 1980-2010.

Level 42 Summer 2010 Tour Dates

  • May 28th Belgium, Neerpelt – Neerpelt (open air)
  • June 6th Japan, Tokyo – Billboard Live
  • June 7th Japan, Tokyo – Billboard Live
  • June 9th Japan, Osaka – Billboard Live
  • June 12th Holland, Emmen – Open Air 80’s/90’s festival
  • June 20th Germany, Kiel – NDR Radio Stage
  • June 26th Switzerland, Rapperswill – Jazz‘n Blues Festival Rapperswill
  • July 2nd Switzerland, Lugano – Estival Jazz, Main Square (open air site)
  • July 17th Tamworth UK – Tamworth Castle (open air)
  • July 18th Guildford UK – Guilfest Fetival, Stoke Park
  • July 21st Baltimore, Annapolis USA – Rams Head
  • July 22nd Washington DC, Alexandria USA – Birchmere
  • July 23rd New York USA – Nokia Theater at Times Square
  • July 24th Philadelphia, Glenside USA – Keswick Theater
  • July 25th Pennsylvania, Pittsburg USA – The Altar Bar
  • July 28th San Diego, Solana Beach USA – Belly Up
  • July 29th California, Anaheim USA – Grove Of Anaheim
  • July 30th California, San Francisco USA – Regency Ballroom
  • July 31st California, Los Angeles USA – Club Nokia
  • August 19th Isle Of Man – Villa Marina Royal Hall
  • August 21st Temple Island Meadows UK – Rewind Festival

For more on the band and the tour, visit their official web site.

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  1. Elizabeth McLeod

    I just wanted to say that the band is an all time fave of mine. I am so happy that your tour went so well. You guys all did a fabulous job entertaining all your concert crowds! Cheers and please come to Vancouver,Canada the next time you tour….pretty please.