Caspian European Tour Starts This Week

Photo by Anne Erichsen

Massachusetts-based instrumental rockers Caspian will be hitting the road with Lehnen next week for a 2-week European tour. Starting in Spain on June 12, the band will also visit Portugal, France, Belgium and Germany.

In the last few months, the band announced on their Facebook page that they “officially started writing the 4th full-length Caspian album” and this would be their “last tour anywhere for quite some time.”


Caspian European Tour / June 2014
June 12 Bilbao, Spain @ Kafe Antzokia

June 13 Gran Canaria, Spain @ The Paper Club
June 14 A Coruna, Spain @ Mareira Club Sala O Tunel
June 15 Porto, Portugal @ Hard Club
June 16 Lisboa, Portugal @ RCA
June 17 Malaga, Spain @ Paris 15 (Moved From Velvet Club)
June 18 Madrid, Spain @ Boite Live
June 19 Barcelona, Spain @ Apolo 2
June 20 Clisson, France @ Hellfest
June 21 Antwerp, Belgium @ Kavka
June 22 Koln, Germany @ MTC
June 23 Dresden, Germany @ Beatpol
June 24 Berlin, Germany @ Magnet


Caspian guitarist Philip Jamieson exclusively told us the following about the upcoming tour:

Though it’s a short (by our standards) 2 week tour, we’ll end up being on stage more on this run than our two recent 7 week European support tours combined. We’ve amassed a collection of songs to pull from every night that span all of our 5 releases and have a brand new, never before heard song from our upcoming album in the pipeline ready to deliver every night as well. Though we are deep in the writing process back here at home and very much enjoying it, it’ll be nice to get back in touch with our fans and friends over there and generate further inspiration to bring back home with us as we continue the process of assembling LP number 4.

Head over to HERE for more information on tickets and check out two of Caspian’s live performance videos below. You can also find Caspian on Facebook, Twitter and Bandcamp:




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