Morrissey has announced several European tour dates across Britain, Italy, Poland and Germany between October and November.
Morrissey has announced dates for his European tour.
The 'Istanbul' singer, who has recently experienced a troubled relationship with his record label, will perform in the UK, Italy, Sweden and Poland in a two-month spree beginning in October.
The tour includes a date at London's The O2 arena on November 29, marking his only gig in Britain.
Morrissey will kick off the jaunt in Lisbon, Portugal, on October 6, according to fan site True to You, before performing six shows in Italy.
The star will then perform various dates in Austria, Germany, Sweden and Poland before concluding the tour in London.
Last week Morrissey hit out at his record label, Harvest Records, over their ''botched'' promotion of his latest studio album 'World Peace is Never Enough' and claims he has been dropped by the group, who have denied this is the case.
Describing his clash with label boss Steve Barnett, he wrote: ''All you need to do is disagree with the vanity of the label boss and your beheading will be slotted in between bottles of the most average champagne on the market.''
Morrissey is currently seeking a new record label to re-issue his new album.
Morrissey's European tour dates:
October 6 - Lisbon, Portugal (Coliseum)
October 13 - Roma, Italy (Atlantico)
October 16 - Milan, Italy (Teatro Linear)
October 17 - Bologna, Italy (Paladozza)
October 19 - Pescara, Italy (Pala Gpii)
October 21 - Florence, Italy (Obihall)
October 22 - Padova, Italy (Geox Theater)
October 24 - Vienna, Austria (Konzerthaus)
November 5 - Hannover, Germany (Capitol)
November 8 - Lund, Sweden (Sparbank Arena)
November 9 - Copenhagen, Denmark (Falconer)
November 11 - Goteborg, Sweden (Lisebergshallen)
November 13 - Stockholm, Sweden (Hovet)
November 19 - Warsaw, Poland (Stodola)
November 21 - Krakow, Poland (Laznia Nowa)
November 23 - Berlin, Germany (Columbiahalle)
November 24 - Essen, Germany (Colosseum)
November 29 - London, England (O2 Arena)
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