THE DEAD DAISIES EUROPEAN SUMMER 2020 DATES ARE HERE

Today The Dead Daisies have announced this years European Summer dates, in what will be a two month run covering eighteen different countries. Its a combination of arena and amphitheatre shows (appearing with both Judas Priest and Foreigner). The Dead Daisies will also perform at  festivals such as Graspop and Hellfest .

The tour kicks off in a small, sweaty club in Essen, Germany, at the end of May.

The Daisies have rung in their next chapter welcoming new member Glenn Hughes to the band. Glenn has taken over lead vocals and bass guitar, joining guitarists Doug Aldrich and David Lowy and drummer Deen Castronovo.

Glenn told MetalTalk:

“I love performing live, the moment is NOW. I’m really looking forward to going out on tour with the Daisies and playing as many stages across the planet as possible. Writing and recording the new album was euphoric and I can’t wait for you all to hear this Epic. Peace and Love see you soon.”

The upcoming, new album, is slated for a late-May release to coincide with the tour and was recorded by producer Ben Grosse at La Fabrique Studio in the South of France.

MAY

29 – Turock, Essen Germany

 

JUNE

01 – Song Festival Ground, Tallinn Estonia (with Judas Priest)

03 – Yubileyny Hall, St Petersburg Russia (with Judas Priest)

05 – Megasport Arena, Moscow Russia (with Judas Priest)

09 – Lucerna Music Bar, Prague Czech Republic

10 – Hirsch, Nuremberg Germany

12 – Nova Rock Festival, Nickelsdorf Austria

13 – Freilichtbuhne Killesberg, Stuttgart Germany (with Foreigner)

16 – Spodek, Katowice Poland (with Foreigner)

18 – Rock The Ring Festival, Hinwil Switzerland

20 – Hellfest Festival, Clisson France

21 – Graspop Festival, Dessel Belgium

23 – Stadtpark, Hamburg Vienna (with Foreigner)

24 – Arena, Oberhausen Germany (with Judas Priest)

27 – Rock The Night Festival, Madrid Spain

30 – Melkweg, Amsterdam Netherlands

 

JULY

01 – Schlachthof, Wiesbaden Germany

03 – Capitol, Hannover Germany

04 – MMC, Bratislava Slovakia

07 – Conrad Sohm, Dornbirn Austria

08 – Live Club, Milan Italy

10 – Backstage Werk, Munich Germany

11 – Columbia Theater, Berlin Germany

13 – Budapest Arena, Budapest Hungary (with Judas Priest)

14 – Arena Stozice, Ljubljana Slovenia (with Judas Priest)

17 – Faliro Olympic Indoor Hall, Athens Greece (with Judas Priest)

19 – Midalidare Estates, Sofia Bulgaria (with Judas Priest)

21 – Arenele Romaine, Bucharest Romania (with Judas Priest)

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