Rock titans Alter Bridge have confirmed an extensive European tour this winter. The ‘Pawns & Kings’ tour will hit 25 cities over 18 countries, kicking off on November 1 in Hamburg, Germany and wrapping up on December 12 in London, England.
Bursting with riffs, Alter Bridge are currently hard at work recording their seventh studio album, the follow-up to the highly acclaimed, 2019-released Walk The Sky, which brought the group the No.1 spot on over a dozen charts around the globe. The band have been sharing behind the scenes photos from the studio on their social media to whet fan’s appetites! With the as-yet-untitled album expected to be released later in 2022, those snapping up tickets for these dates will be the first in the world to hear the new songs live.
An artist and O2 presale for tickets begins Wednesday 27 April at 11am CEST (10am BST), with a Live Nation presale starting Thursday 28 April at 11am CEST. Tickets are then widely available from 11am CEST on Friday 29 April from all good box offices and online at the band’s official website.
Alter Bridge’s Myles Kennedy states, “Alter Bridge is returning to the EU/UK this winter with our friends from Halestorm and Mammoth. It’s going to be a delicious sonic smorgasbord of Earth-shaking Rock & Roll that goes to 11. Don’t miss it!”
Joining them as special guests are Grammy-winning rockers Halestorm. The esteemed Pennsylvanian powerhouse will release their blistering new album Back From The Dead on May 6, which includes their latest single, “The Steeple”. Renowned as a spell-binding live music force, Halestorm’s set is sure to be an unmissable treat.
Getting the party started each night are none other than Mammoth WVH, visiting some countries for the first time in support of their much-lauded, self-titled debut record. Scooping a ‘Best Rock Song’ Grammy nomination this year for single “Distance” and currently polishing those chops on the road with Guns N Roses, make sure you get in early to catch their set!
The ‘Pawns & Kings’ Tour includes the following dates:
Tue 1 Nov – GERMANY – HAMBURG Sporthalle
Wed 2 Nov – DENMARK – COPENHAGEN Falconer
Fri 4 Nov – SWEDEN – GOTHENBURG Partille Arena
Sat 5 Nov – NORWAY – OSLO Sentrum Scene
Mon 7 Nov – POLAND – KATOWICE MCK
Wed 9 Nov – LUXEMBOURG – LUXEMBOURG Rockhal
Fri 11 Nov – GERMANY – BERLIN Columbiahalle
Sat 12 Nov – CZECH REPUBLIC – PRAGUE O2 Universum
Mon 14 Nov – HUNGARY – BUDAPEST Arena
Wed 16 Nov – FRANCE – PARIS Palais Des Sports
Fri 18 Nov – SPAIN – MADRID Vistalegre
Sun 20 Nov – SPAIN – BARCELONA Razzmataz1
Tue 22 Nov – GERMANY – MUNICH Zenith
Wed 23 Nov – SWITZERLAND – ZURICH Samsung Hall
Fri 25 Nov – ITALY – MILAN Mediolanum Forum
Sat 26 Nov – CROATIA – ZAGREB Dom Sportova
Mon 28 Nov – AUSTRIA – VIENNA Wiener Stadthalle
Wed 30 Nov – GERMANY – COLOGNE Palladium
Thu 1 Dec – NETHERLANDS – AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome
Mon 5 Dec – ENGLAND – NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena
Tue 6 Dec – SCOTLAND – GLASGOW OVO Hydro
Thu 8 Dec – IRELAND – DUBLIN 3 Arena
Fri 9 Dec – ENGLAND – MANCHESTER AO Arena
Sun 11 Dec – ENGLAND – BIRMINGHAM Resorts World Arena
Mon 12 Dec – ENGLAND – LONDON The O2