PRONG Announce German Tour Dates

September 17, 2002

PRONG have announced the dates for the German leg of their upcoming European tour, which is scheduled to kick off in November. They are as follows:

Nov. 11 – Stuttgart, GER @ Die Röhre
Nov. 12 - Frankfurt, GER @ Batschkapp
Nov. 15 - München, GER @ Metropolis
Nov. 16 - Kassel, GER @ Spot
Nov. 17 - Köln, GER @ Prime Club
Nov. 18 - Essen, GER @ Zeche Carl
Nov. 19 - Berlin, GER @ SO 36
Nov. 20 - Hamburg, GER @ Schlachthof

PRONG are set to issue their first-ever live album, entitled 100% Live, on October 29th through Locomotive Music.

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