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Concert of CANCELADO! Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds in Barclaycard Arena (Hamburg) at 19:30 - 18 May 2020


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CANCELADO! Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds                                   

At Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg

At Sylvesterallee 10, 22525 Region: Hamburg


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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds have announced tour for spring 2020 in Europe and the United Kingdom. Considered one of the best live bands in the world, they will perform in 19 countries, including 6 concerts in the United Kingdom.



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