Jaya The Cat 2014 UK/European Tour Dates

The Reggae-Punks from Boston USA, who now reside in Amsterdam, are ready to hit the road, once again, throughout the whole of Europe

Jaya The Cat are renowned for their constant touring and reggae-punkrock-parties. Having first visited Europe, from the States in 2004, the band enjoyed it that much, they never went home! 
Jaya The Cat will be touring throughout the Summer months, in support of their most recent release, “More Late Night Transmissions With...”, re-issued on green Vinyl and Vinyl effect CD by Bomber Music.

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Tour Dates:
27.06.2014 ZELE (BE) Vlasrock
05.07.2014 BINGEN (D) Binger Open Air
09.07.2014 SOFIA (BG) Mainunarnika
10.07.2014 VARNA (BG) Cubo
12.07.2014 PLOVDIV (BG) Koniushnite Na Caria
19.07.2014 PARAINEN (FI) Roeylitti Open Air
24.07.2014 MUENCHEN (D) Backstage Free an Easy Festival
25.07.2014 MEGESHEIM (D) Der Krater Bebt Festival
26.07.2014 HERRENBERG (D) 48er Festival
02.08.2014 TILBURG (NL) Cafe Extase 
05.08.2014 LONDON (UK) Underworld
06.08.2014 NEWCASTLE (UK) Think Tank
09.08.2014 BLACKPOOL (UK) Rebellion Festival
10.08.2014 WINCHESTER (UK) Boomtown Fair
15.08.2014 STEMWEDE (D) Stemweder Open Air
17.08.2014 ARNEM (NL) Rijncrusade
29.08.2014 ESSEN (D) Turock Open Air
30.08.2014 STRAZECIN/DEBICA (PO) Czad Festiwal Sniezka



Jaya The Cat are originally from Boston. In 2004 they toured Europe and never went home.  
Now based in Amsterdam, their sound is the soundtrack to drunken sunrises, narrow escapes, dysfunctional love affairs, political disillusionment, raised glasses in seedy bars, carnival parades and late night dives, distilled in dancehalls and clubs from Brighton to Barcelona to Bucharest.   
Their classic 2007 album “More Late Night Transmissions With...” is now re-issued on green Vinyl and Vinyl effect CD by Bomber Music on May 16th 2014. Featuring crowd favourites "Hello Hangover" and "Thank You Reggae" , the album has been unavailable for many years and this new version also includes bonus track, Jaya The Cat's cover of Jimmy Cliff's  "The Harder They Come"  
Adding keyboards, samples, percussion and occasionally even a Tiki Bar to their onstage act, the average Jaya the Cat concert becomes as much a party as a performance, with the audience singing, dancing and drinking along. Jaya The Cat tour throughout Europe constantly and have recently been making some waves in the UK also.  
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