Tour Dates

1998

6 May - London (Islington) - Hope & Anchor (First gig)
London - Dublin Castle (First gig with Agi, Ergi Ahmed, Tomo & Yosuke)
14 July - London - Red Eye
1 August - London - HQ
22 August - London - Dublin Castle
20 November - London - Dublin Castle (With Sonyx & Animal Soup)
8 December - London - Red Eye


1999

13 January - London - Barfly @ Falcon (With Bellatix and Mixedup)
30 January - London - The Garage
UK (with Bunny. Unsure of date and city)
1 April - London - ULU (supporting Lamacq and Bis. Recorded for radio one.)
3 September - London - Upstaris @ Garage (With Gel.)
4 September - Peterborough - The Park/ Club With No Name (With Tic and Kaito.)

2000

ca 1999/2000 London Showcase with 9 bands. Mika Bomb, Twist, Yumi Yumi and more.

UK TOUR SUPPORTING ROSITA:
May - Derby - Victoria Inn + cirka 6 more gigs

3 May - Wolverhampton - Little Civic
9 May - London - Bull & Gate

11 July - London - Underworld (Supporting At The Drive-In and Snowdogs)
16 October - London - Barfly @ Upstairs At The Garage. (Cancelled because of Tomoko (?) leaving. Source discopunkpop.musicdot.com. Could someone confirm?)
21 October - London - The Monarch
23 October - London - Barfly @ The Monarch (They performed a song called Yellow Peril? Source drownedinsound.com. Could someone confirm this?)

2001

8 March - Bath
29 March - Peterborough - The Park/ Club With No Name
7 April - London - Barfly @ The Monarch
Sheffield - First club (Cancelled. Unsure of date)

6 July - London - Barfly at The Monarch/ Sputnik (Supported by Bunny and Danko. Agi's last gig.)
29 September - London - Bull & Gate

UK TOUR SUPPORTING SNUFF
11 October - London - Astoria (Big D & The Kids Table playing before MB)
12 October - Sheffield - Leadmill (With Free Radical Soundsystem)
13 October - Birmingham
15 October - Manchester, Student's Union (With Free Radical Soundsystem)
18 October - London - Electric Ballroom
The Cathouse (City and date unknown)
10 November LA2 (set cut short with four songs)

13 December - Bath - Purr & Moles Club
15 December - London - Bull and Gate (Christmas gig. Playing order: Rebel (ex Country Teasers), The Beale, The Rock of Travolta, MB.)

2002

27 January - London - KBY at The Monarch (Supported by Not Katies and The Apes.)
9 March - London - Underworld (With Duvals, The Hard-Ons and five other bands)
22 March - Brighton - University of Brighton (Supported by MDS and Coin Op)
13 April - London - Upstairs at the Garage (Taku's first gig. Supported by Ciccone.)

EUROPEAN TOUR:
15 May - France -
16 May - France -
17 May - Spain - L'Alcudia De Crespins - Dalton Rock
18 May - Spain - Barcelona - Magic (Supported by Berlin 80)
19 May - Spain - Madrid - Gruta 77 (Supported by Suzy & Los Quattro)
20 May - Spain - Basque - Country Venue
23 May - Switzerland - Montreaux - NED
24 May - Switzerland - Zug - Galvanik (Playing order: Swervegrooves, Mika Bomb, UK Subs)
25 May - Switzerland - Thun Cafe/Bar Mokka (Supporting UK Subs)
26 May - Austria - Feldkirch Sonderbar (With Stereo Total)
29 May - Germany - Nunschritz - AZ Kombi
30 May - Germany - Forst - Bunteshaus
31 May - Germany - Bischofswerda - East Club
1 June - Germany - Nuremberg - Zentralcafé K4
2 June - Germany - Cologne - Underground
3 June - Germany - Frankfurt - Main Cave (Supported by Twiggy Killers)
4 June - Germany - Stuttgart Universum
5 June - Germany - Münster Gleis 22 (Supporting Attaque 77 and a Norwegan band)
6 June - Netherlands - Rotterdam - Rotown (Postponed to the 7th)
7 June - Netherlands - Rotterdam - Rotown

24 June - London - Barfly/ The Monarch. (Release party for the "Contact Tokyo" single and album re-launch. Supported by 30 Seconds to Mars and Brendan Brenson, Stapleton (cancelled). Taku's last gig. First performance of Osaka. Sold out)

3 July - Sweden - Stockholm - Stampen (Sold out. Take's first gig)
4 July - Sweden - Stockholm - Underground (Mika Bomb DJ's. No gig.)
5 July - Sweden - Karlstad - Arenan

19 July - London - The Garage (Supporting Electric Frankenstein)
19 July - Blackpool - Holidays In The Sun punk festival (Mika Bomb cancelled)
20 July - Leeds - Josephs Well - the Strangeways festival (Mika Bomb headline)
2 August - London - The Garage Ladyfest (Playing order: Avra (poetry), Gertrude, The Haggard, Mika Bomb, Lolita Storm, Karren Hayley (poetry), Katastrophy Wife.)
August - Italy (Cancelled)
19 August - London - The Garage (Supporting Donnas)
20 September - London - The Metro (Supported by Girl On Top and The Pictures. Hisako Otani's first gig, Mika K's last.) Shut Your Mouth premiered.)
13 November - London - The Spitz (The Strange Fruit Festival. Supported by Kaito and Finlay. Pippa's first gig.)

UK TOUR SUPPORTING D4:
20 November - Portsmouth - Wedgewood Rooms
21 November - Cardiff - Barfly
23 November - Nottingham - Rock City
24 November - Birmingham - Edwards No 8
25 November - London - Mean Fiddler
29 November - Sheffield - Leadmill
30 November - Manchester - University

11 December - London - 93 Feet East (Planned support by Astro-B and KaitO changed to The Vynyls and Motormark. Pippa's last gig.)

2003

7 March - London, The Metro (This gig was advertised but due to misunderstanding was never meant to happen.)

IRISH TOUR
27 March - Cork - Half Moon Theatre (supported by The Warlords Of Pez. Wataru Igusa's first gig.)
28 March - Limerick - Dolans Warehouse (supported by The Warlords Of Pez)
29 March - Dundalk - Spirit Store
30 March - Dublin - Whelans (supported by The Warlords Of Pez)
31 March - Waterford - The King's Bar (Waturu's last gig)

16 April - London, The Metro (Double headline with Electric Eel Shock. Nic Tse's first gig. Hisako's last gig. With Agi)
24 May - Bath, University (Supporting One Minute Silence. Cancelled)
28 May - London, Top Shop (Temporary line-up: Mika H - vocals, Nic - guitars, Tomoko - backing vocals, Ergi -drums, Yumi - bass. 2 songs only)
3 September - Leeds, Josephs Well (Cancelled)
26 September - London, Betsey Trotwood (Free concert. Ann's (Anko) first gig)
9 October - London, White Heat
11 October - London, Upstairs at the Garage (Danny from Twofold replaced Ergi.)
19 October - London, The Bush Hall (with The Melys, Fonda 500, Motormark and My Private Life. Haruna Hayashi's last gig)
27 October - London, Notting Hill Arts Club/ Sticky Rice (Tomy's (Tomoko) first gig)
15 November - Sheffield, The University of Sheffield (Fuzztival), Foundry stage playing order: Mr David Viner and the Fishermen, Lyca Sleep, Firegarden, Mika Bomb, Easyworld, Ten Benson)
27 November - London, Water Rats Theatre (East meets west party), playing order: DJ Kyukyusha, Mika Bomb, Organic Audio (DJ), Guitar Vader.

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