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Since we (sadly!) never got around to see Captain Casanova play live ourselves, we have to trust on the opinion of others who actually did. One of them is Annie May from the online music fanzine indie pen dance – and when reading about her concert experiences with the Danish trio, it seems to be more than worth it to catch them during one of their shows in Italy, Germany or Switzerland! Check out all dates below.

Sometimes you discover the greatest new bands on the internet or through music magazines. But other times you just have to be at the right place, at the right time. Meaning: at the right gig.

That happened to me a year ago when I saw Danish alternative/grunge rockers Captain Casanova live for the first time. Since then I’ve been to six of their gigs which is due the fact that on the one hand these three guys have a super busy touring schedule and on the other hand you just have to see them again and again after you’ve seen them live once. Their shows are full of energy and fun. It is impossible to not have a good time.

19.02.2015 – Roncà (IT): Jack The Ripper
21.02.2015 – Lonato (IT): Elixir
22.02.2015 – Savona (IT): The Beer Room
24.02.2015 – Turin (IT): Astoria
25.02.2015 – Genova (IT): Lucrezia
26.02.2015 – Livigno (IT): Marco’s Pub
27.02.2015 – Villingen (DE): Cafè Limba
28.02.2015 – Cuxhaven (DE): Döser Börse
17.04.2015 – Hannover (DE): Kulturpalast
18.04.2015 – Hamburg (DE): Komet
22.04.2015 – Bochum (DE): Bastion Cinema
24.04.2015 – Soluthurn (CH): Musikgalerie

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