Update: Thursday 5th December 13:45
The dates see the band traveling to Abu Dhabi, Tokyo and beyond.
The festival is returning for 2014.
No promises yet on when though...
WARNING: Taylor Swift was also involved.
"High Hopes" Is Due For Release 13 January.
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