14 Feb 2013
Snakefarm featuring Anna Domino live 
The Snakefarm / Anna Domino live tour, like the Universe, is expanding. There is a full complement of dates in the USA, Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic. In the UK they play the Green Note in Camden on 6 March, the Farmer's Arms in Penzance, Cornwall on 8 March and Gold Mark, Uppingham on 19 March.

There will be sets of both Anna Domino and Snakefarm material at all the dates.


1 - Galeria Lunar, Hannover, Germany
2 - Syker Vorwerk, Syke, Germany, 8pm
6 - Green Note, London [WeGotTickets]
8 - Farmers Arms, 38 Causeway Head, Penzance TR18 2ST
14 - Archiduc, Brussels, Belgium, 6pm
19 - Gold Mark, Uppingham, Rutland, 8pm [£25.00 60 seats only!]
21 - Archiduc, Brussels, Belgium, 9pm
27 v Lese, Prague, Czech Republic

More info at annadomino.com

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