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Uriah Heep

Uriah Heep Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 97,595
Category Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock
Concerts
Apr
23
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
Ft Lauderdale
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Apr
24
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
Tampa
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Apr
25
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
Orlando
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Apr
27
Hell, Fire & Chaos
Atlanta
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Apr
28
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
Louisville
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Apr
30
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Morgantown
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May
01
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Mckees Rocks
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May
02
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Jim Thorpe
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May
03
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Englewood
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May
05
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Boston
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May
07
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Patchogue
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May
08
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Glenside
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May
10
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Peekskill
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May
11
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Cleveland
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May
12
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Elkhart
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May
13
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Detroit
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May
14
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Grand Rapids
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May
16
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Marietta
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May
17
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Cincinnati
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May
18
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Joliet
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May
19
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
St Charles
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May
21
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Nashville
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May
22
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
Milwaukee
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May
23
Hell, Fire & Chaos – The Best of British Rock and Metal with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Cedar Rapids
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May
24
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Springfield
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May
25
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
Wichita
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May
27
Lightstream Presents Uriah Heep & Saxon at The Haute Spot !
Cedar Park
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May
29
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Houston
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May
30
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal
San Antonio
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May
31
Hell, Fire & Chaos - The Best Of British Rock & Metal Tour
Grapevine
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Jun
02
Hell, Fire & Chaos – The Best of British Rock and Metal with Saxon
El Paso
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Jun
13
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Barcelona
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Jun
15
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Pamplona
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Jun
17
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Madrid
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Jun
19
Rock Imperium Festival 2024
Cartagena
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Jun
21
Copenhell
København
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Jun
22
Graspop Metal Meeting
Dessel
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Jun
28
Tons of Rock 2024
Oslo
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Jul
01
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Hamburg
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Jul
02
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Berlin
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Jul
04
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Nuremberg
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Jul
06
Lovely Days Festival
Eisenstadt
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Jul
08
Time To Rock
Knislinge
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Jul
10
Judas Priest INVINCIBLE SHIELD TOUR with Uriah Heep and Saxon
Dresden
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Jul
17
Plassenburg Open Air 2024
Kulmbach
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Jul
19
Uriah Heep - Dogz of OZ Tour 2024
Moosburg In Kärnten
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Jul
26
REGENBOGEN 2 Rock Night
Mosbach
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Aug
02
Foynhagen
Tønsberg
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Aug
08
SUMMARFESTIVALUR 2024 !!
Klaksvík
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Aug
24
Riverside Festival
Aarburg
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Dec
01
Planet Rockstock -Trecco Bay - Porthcawl, South Wales, UK
Porthcawl
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About Uriah Heep
Among venerable UK rock institutions, with Black Sabbath and Jethro Tull dispersing, we are, perhaps, really, down to just Deep Purple, Yes and Uriah Heep left to uphold the tradition of quality original progressive hard rock forged at the very beginning of a golden era for this music, late ‘60s into the nexus year that was 1970. At that crossroads, along with Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, Uriah Heep helped invent a decorative and uniquely British form of heavy metal with their debut album, Very ‘Eavy, Very ‘Umble. The record was offered as a self-titled on American shores, but whatever the titling, it was historically massive in the invention of a music format that would rule the ‘70s and only intensify in the ‘80s. It is from those roots, with classic, crucial slabs of nascent metal such as “Gypsy,” “Bird of Prey” and “Walking in Your Shadow,” that Uriah Heep began their ascendance both at home and in the US, culminating in their most enduring works, Demons and Wizards, The Magician’s Birthday and Sweet Freedom, all of which went gold in the States, entering the Billboard Top 40, ensuring years of concert dominance for the band throughout the ‘70s. Furthermore, Uriah Heep have been responsible for the most elevated and intelligent use of vocals in a heavy metal context amongst the major bands inventing the genre in the 1970s. It is for this reason Heep were coined the Beach Boys of Heavy Metal, and their influence is there for all to see in other bands including the likes of Sweet and Queen. The band were also one of the forerunners with respect to the integration of Hammond organ, along with Mick’s signature wah-wah guitar, a combination that became the template for their sound. Success has followed the forging of such an audacious formula. Across 25 studio albums, along with myriad live releases and compilations, Uriah Heep has managed to sell 40 million records worldwide, four million of those in the US. Impressive American numbers, but that leaves 36 million records to be sold in the rest of the world, underscoring the fact that Uriah Heep have become, through their relentless dedication to touring, a truly global band, with particular success in Germany, Scandinavia, Japan, Eastern Europe and Russia, where they were the first Western rock band to play live in Moscow in December 1987 to 180,000 people. Through their success as rock ‘n’ roll pioneers, this enabled other bands to follow in their wake and Russia is now part of every band’s touring schedule. What is perhaps even more admirable than the love for the band across the globe has been the quality and consistency of Heep’s music across a myriad of personnel changes, some of them potentially critical, beginning with the loss of charismatic vocalist David Byron after the band’s ninth studio album, High and Mighty, issued in June 1976. Indeed, some of these personnel shuffles might have been responsible for a fallow period in the late ‘70s, the accepted nadir in the narrative being 1980’s Conquest record. But in 1982, the band stormed back (as they would again in 1995) with a classic of British heavy metal called Abominog, which found the band back where they belong, namely in the American Top 40. This album featured Peter Goalby on vocals. and in the annals of Uriah Heep history, this record, a conquering document released smack in the thick of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, is revered by Heep fans on par with such classics as 1971’s Look at Yourself and 1972’s Demons and Wizards, even if the band’s music had been overhauled and supercharged for a new decade. Similarly, stadium-rocking records Head First, issued in 1983, and Equator, issued two years later, capped off this exciting era for the band. As a way of contextualizing the band’s extensive history, the well regarded FM-friendly Peter Goalby years might be considered the third era of Heep’s extensive and productive history. As recap, one might frame the first era of the band as encompassing the classic David Byron years along with the productive co-writing stewardship of Ken Hensley, culminating in 1973’s double Live album, sent to #37 on the US charts with the help of timeless Heep classics like “Sunrise,” “Sweet Lorraine,” “Circle of Hands, epic masterwerk “July Morning” and smash hits “Easy Livin’” and “Love Machine,” both examples of the band’s mastery of the heavy metal shuffle. Following this, the second era of the band might be said to encompass the years 1974 to 1981. Although containing a few David Byron-fronted albums, this time period features underrated records like Firefly and Fallen Angel, along with 1977’s Innocent Victim, which sold over a million copies in Germany alone. Each of these featured ex-Lucifer Friend singer John Lawton on vocals, and each helped build and maintain the band’s legacy of intensely professional harmonies across songs rife with joyous and even spiritual melody. Yet despite Uriah Heep’s esteemed place in rock history being assured through the likes of Demons and Wizards and The Magician’s Birthday alone, the most inspiring chapter of the Uriah Heep saga must surely be that of the band’s fourth era, marked by keyboardist Phil Lanzon joining in 1986 followed by vocalist Bernie Shaw in 1987. Both Phil and Bernie are still in the band to this day, their first recording as part of the fold being Live in Moscow, celebrating Heep as the first western rock band to be invited to play in Russia. This was followed by a studio album called Raging Silence which was the start of the Box/Lanzon writing partnership. Indeed, given the massive commercial status of Uriah Heep in the ‘70s, along with the considerable attention afforded the guys in the early ‘80s, it’s become a bit of an urban myth that this is a band plagued by lineup changes. The fact of the matter is that for over 30 years, from 1986 to 2007, Uriah Heep had consisted of patriarch Mick Box on lead guitars, Bernie Shaw on vocals, long-time member Lee Kerslake on drums, Trevor Bolder on bass and Phil Lanzon keyboards. It is only with the retirement of Lee Kerslake through ill health and the death of Trevor Bolder that the band found it necessary to add new blood. Russell Gilbrook auditioned to become Heep’s drummer, bringing along an insane level of energy that propels each reconsidered Heep classic from the bottom up, while driving the new songs with a vitality rare among venerable heritage acts. After the death of Trevor Bolder, Dave Rimmer came along and when he auditioned, the guys quickly found that he was the missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle. A formidable rhythm section was born. And it hasn’t been that this 30-plus year “fourth phase” for the band has been any sort of victory lap. Admired and respected as fans have been for the consistency and high quality of the long-standing Uriah Heep lineup over these last three decades in the live environment, the band has also consistently put out excellent new music faithful to storied Heep trademarks such as heaviness, use of Hammond, the challenge of the shuffle, and the always essential use of wah-wah when Mick is inclined to tear off one of his life-affirming guitar solos. Indeed, if through the 1990s, Uriah Heep had worked at a relaxed pace, in the 2000s they’ve issued fully four albums of completely new music—Wake the Sleeper, Into the Wild, Outsider and finally, Living the Dream, the latter of which ardent Heep watchers are deeming something of a masterpiece. This astonishing run, however, really begins with the highly regarded Sea of Light from 1995, a fan favourite that finds the songwriting team of Box and Lanzon yielding huge creative returns. Up into 2014’s Outsider, on which the two co-write every song, the band were rewarded with a late-period hit in “One Minute,” a huge crowd-pleaser at all live shows across the globe. And through all this rich history, in the wings—or as parallel story lines as it were—Uriah Heep have conducted a thriving “Official Bootleg Series.” As well, the guys celebrated their 40th anniversary with a re-recordings album called Celebration, followed by a tour comprising 250 shows all over the world (60 different countries, in fact). Along the winding road, Uriah Heep have had ex-members die (most notably Gary Thain, David Byron, Trevor Bolder and recently John Wetton), although on a lighter note, they’ve had ex-members—Lee Kerslake and Bob Daisley—that at one time were fully half of the classic Ozzy Osbourne Blizzard of Ozz band! Even earlier than that they had Kiss, ZZ Top, Foreigner and Rush as support bands, cherished memories which gave those bands their first break, all of them speaking fondly of their time with Mick and the boys. In January of 2018, the band entered Chapel Studios in England with producer Jay Ruston (Stone Sour, Anthrax, Steel Panther) and recorded their latest offering, Living the Dream. The album was released worldwide in late 2018 on Frontiers Records. An extensive world tour was immediately underway to support the release and the band are still on the road with the record, indicative of the pride the guys feel with this release. “Working with Jay was amazing,” reflects Mick. “He totally understood what we were going for and delivered big time. We wanted a Heep album that the band and the fans would be proud of, and with Jay at the helm, we have delivered that.” Bernie calls Living the Dream, “a full-blown, ‘rockin’ Uriah Heep record. All the traits that made Heep famous in the past are here. Passion, power, harmony and substance… these are Heep trademarks you’ll get from the first riff.” The point of all this is that even now, 50 years after the band’s inception, the sun seems to be shining down upon Mick Box and Uriah Heep. Fact is, Heep are one of only a small clutch of heritage acts that are doing everything a band must do to be considered vital, namely touring worldwide and regularly recording and releasing high quality, exquisitely produced full-length records that continue to capture their fan base’s imagination. If there’s another band born in 1969 that has stayed as engaged with their fans as Heep, all the power to them. But for Mick Box, music has never been a competition—him an’ Heep will keep spreading their many messages of positivity all over the world and gaining new fans along the way. Their songs and music have stood the test of time, and with even more new songs on the horizon the mighty Heep are as strong and powerful as ever.
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Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock
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What fans are saying
Ken
4 / 5
Great night at a great venue with good selection of old and new tracks. I was a teenager again for the night! 👍🙏🏻
The London Palladium London, United Kingdom
Oct 11, 2022
James
5 / 5
Very high effort high energy performance, engaged well with the crowd, put on a good show, really enjoyed it. Happy 50th (52nd) Uriah Heep!
The London Palladium London, United Kingdom
Oct 05, 2022
dead ed
5 / 5
great show i have one suggestion maybe 2 sets with all music available. Id promote and buy this ticket... A+
Delmar Hall Saint Louis, MO
Mar 08, 2018
Raechel Lyn
4 / 5
I'm sure it was great because Uriah Heep was there but unfortunately I could not go. 😢
Bomb Factory Dallas, TX
Jun 05, 2019
David
5 / 5
Fan since I was 12. Now at 54, I finally met them. What a night! What a show!
Bomb Factory Dallas, TX
Jun 21, 2019
Steve
5 / 5
What a fantastic band. Despite their age their enthusiasm and energy is incredible. Totally underrated. Great live act.
KK's Steel Mill Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Dec 09, 2019
John
5 / 5
Overall the best of the three unfortunately set was cut short due to overun of sound check
OVO Hydro Glasgow, United Kingdom
Mar 12, 2024
justfrog
3 / 5
The synths were ear piercing but it was very cool to see such a classic band.
Sasktel Centre Saskatoon, Canada
Mar 06, 2024
Nina
4 / 5
Fed koncert, men alt for kort😳- der må de oppe sig lidt til næste gang💪🏻
Train Aarhus C, Denmark
Oct 07, 2019
Daniel
5 / 5
Fantastic show. Took me back to 1975. Great band. They truly never disappoint!
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino/Northern Lights Theater/Event Center Milwaukee, WI
Mar 10, 2018
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Uriah Heep Tour Cities
Oslo, Norway Mosbach, Germany Pamplona, Spain Tønsberg, Norway Dresden, Germany Tampa, FL Orlando, FL Cedar Rapids, IA Wichita, KS Joliet, IL Eisenstadt, Austria San Antonio, TX Jim Thorpe, PA El Paso, TX Peekskill, NY Grapevine, TX Nashville, IN Springfield, MO McKees Rocks, PA Barcelona, Spain Berlin, Germany Milwaukee, WI Moosburg, Austria Elkhart, IN Atlanta, GA Cartagena, Spain Copenhagen, Denmark Louisville, KY Kulmbach, Germany Grand Rapids, MI Nürnberg, Germany Knislinge, Sweden Patchogue, NY Houston, TX Detroit, MI Madrid, Spain Klaksvík, Faroe Islands Cleveland, OH Hamburg, Germany Saint Charles, IL Englewood, NJ Cincinnati, OH Morgantown, WV Boston, MA Dessel, Belgium Fort Lauderdale, FL Aarburg, Switzerland Glenside, PA Cedar Park, TX Porthcawl, United Kingdom Marietta, OH

Frequently Asked Questions About Uriah Heep

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Uriah Heep on tour?

Yes, Uriah Heep is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Uriah Heep concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Uriah Heep tour is scheduled for 51 dates across 51 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Uriah Heep scheduled to play?

Uriah Heep is scheduled to play 51 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Uriah Heep tour start?

Uriah Heep’s tour starts Apr 23, 2024 and ends on Dec 01, 2024. They will play 51 cities; their most recent concert was held in Ft Lauderdale at Lillian S. Wells Hall at The Parker and their next upcoming concert will be in Mosbach at Großer Elz Park.

What venues is Uriah Heep performing at?

As part of the Uriah Heep tour, Uriah Heep is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 23 - Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Lillian S. Wells Hall at The Parker
Apr 24 - Tampa, FL @ Hard Rock Cafe
Apr 25 - Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live
Apr 27 - Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre
Apr 28 - Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom
Apr 30 - Morgantown, WV @ Metropolitan Theatre
May 01 - Mckees Rocks, PA @ Roxian Theatre
May 02 - Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn's Peak
May 03 - Englewood, NJ @ Bergen Performing Arts Center
May 05 - Boston, MA @ House Of Blues Boston
May 07 - Patchogue, NY @ Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
May 08 - Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theatre
May 10 - Peekskill, NY @ Paramount Hudson Valley Theater
May 11 - Cleveland, OH @ TempleLive Cleveland Masonic
May 12 - Elkhart, IN @ The Lerner Theatre
May 13 - Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew's Hall
May 14 - Grand Rapids, MI @ GLC Live at 20 Monroe
May 16 - Marietta, OH @ Peoples Bank Theatre
May 17 - Cincinnati, OH @ Bogart's
May 18 - Joliet, IL @ Rialto Square Theatre
May 19 - St Charles, IL @ Arcada Theatre
May 21 - Nashville, IN @ Brown County Music Center
May 22 - Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater
May 23 - Cedar Rapids, IA @ Paramount Theatre
May 24 - Springfield, MO @ Gillioz Theatre
May 25 - Wichita, KS @ TempleLive at Wichita Scottish Rite Center
May 27 - Cedar Park, TX @ Haute Spot
May 29 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston
May 30 - San Antonio, TX @ Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
May 31 - Grapevine, TX @ Glass Cactus
Jun 02 - El Paso, TX @ Speaking Rock Entertainment Center
Jun 13 - Barcelona, Spain @ Sant Jordi Club
Jun 15 - Pamplona, NC @ Navarra Arena
Jun 17 - Madrid, Spain @ Palacio Vistalegre
Jun 19 - Cartagena, MC @ Parque el batel
Jun 21 - København, Denmark @ Refshaleøen
Jun 22 - Dessel, Vlaanderen @ Graspop Metal Meeting
Jun 28 - Oslo, Norway @ Tons Of Rock
Jul 01 - Hamburg, Germany @ Barclays Arena
Jul 02 - Berlin, Germany @ Max-Schmeling-Halle
Jul 04 - Nuremberg, Germany @ Arena Nürnberger Versicherung
Jul 06 - Eisenstadt, Austria @ Esterházy Palace
Jul 08 - Knislinge, Skåne län @ Knislinge Folkpark
Jul 10 - Dresden, Germany @ Messe Dresden
Jul 17 - Kulmbach, BY @ Plassenburg
Jul 19 - Moosburg In Kärnten, Kärnten @ Schloss Moosburg
Jul 26 - Mosbach, BW @ Großer Elz Park
Aug 02 - Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway @ Foynhagen
Aug 08 - Klaksvík, Northern Isles @ Klaksvíkar Svimjihøll
Aug 24 - Aarburg, Aargau, Switzerland @ Riverside Open Air Aarburg
Dec 01 - Porthcawl, Wales @ Trecco bay holidays
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