RIVERSIDE - Wasteland (Live Video).
Song appearing on the album "Wasteland".
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Video by John Vis
Camera by Meriam Verkleij and John Vis
Audio Mix by Tomek Pawlowski
Lights by Mateusz Dudar
RIVERSIDE - Wasteland European Tour 2019
06.03. Prague (Czech Republic) - Palac Akropolis
07.03. Bratislava (Slovakia) - Majestic
09.03. Budapest (Hungary) - A38
10.03. Bucharest (Romania) - Quantic Club / Soundart Festival
12.03. Sofia (Bulgaria) - City Stage
13.03. Belgrade (Serbia) - Dom Omladine
14.03. Ljubljana (Slovenia) - Kino Šiška
16.03. Rome (Italy) - Largo
17.03. Milan (Italy) - Magnolia
18.03. Toulouse (France) - Le Rex
19.03. Cognac (France) - Les Abattoirs
21.03. Bristol (UK) - SWX
22.03. Leeds (UK) - Stylus
23.03. Glasgow (UK) - SWG3
24.03. Birmingham (UK) - The Mill
26.03. Zwolle (The Netherlands) - Hedon
28.03. Copenhagen (Denmark) - Viften
29.03. Gothenburg (Sweden) - Stenhammarsalen
30.03. Oslo (Norway) - Cosmopolite
31.03. Stockholm (Sweden) - Kraken
02.04. Helsinki (Finland) - Nosturi
03.04. Jyväskylä (Finland) - Lutakko
04.04. Tampere (Finland) - Olympia
05.04. Tallinn (Estonia) - Rock Cafe
RIVERSIDE - Wasteland North American Tour 2019
03.05. Atlanta, GA - City Winery
04.05. Lake Park, FL - Kelsey Theater
05.05. Sarasota, FL - Opera House / Rosfest
06.05. Carrboro, NC - Cat's Cradle
07.05. Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Soundstage
09.05. Jersey City, NJ - White Eagle Hall
10.05. Philadelphia, PA - World Cafe Live
11.05. Brooklyn, NY - Warsaw
12.05. Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair
14.05. Quebec City, QC - Salle Sylvain Lelièvre
15.05. Montreal, QC - Club Soda
17.05. Toronto, ON - Mod Club
18.05. Detroit, MI - Magic Stick
19.05. Chicago, IL - Chop Shop & 1st Ward
20.05. St. Louis, MO - Delmar Hall
22.05. Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
24.05. Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater
25.05. Salt Lake City, UT - Metro Music Hall
27.05. Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom
28.05. Pomona, CA - The Glass House
29.05. San Francisco - CA, Slim's
31.05. Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
01.06. Vancouver, BC - The Rickshaw Theatre
02.06. Seattle, WA - The Crocodile
RIVERSIDE – Live 2019:
20.07. Maidstone (UK) - Ramblin' Man Fair Festival
24.07. Worpswede (Germany) - Music Hall
25.07. Zoetermeer (The Netherlands) - De Boerderij
26.07. Weert (The Netherlands) - De Bosuil
27.07. Breitenbach (Germany) - Burg Herzberg Festival
17.08. Bonn (Germany) - KUNST!RASEN Classic Rock Night festival + Jethro Tull & Fish
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