Creed vocalist Scot Stapp have announced three concerts in Scandinavia this autumn. Tickets will go on sale on March 25th 11am.
Tony MacAlpine have announced an exclusive concert in Stockholm this autumn.
Legendary American rock band Kansas have announced they will do two shows in Scandinavia this autumn. On these two concerts they will perform their classic “Point Of Know Return” in its entirety.
Social Distortion, Korn, Disturbed, Ace Frehley and Clutch will also appear on the stage at the Swedish amusement park.
Norwegian black metal legend Abbath will visit Sweden this coming weekend for two shows in Gothenburg and Stockholm.
Whitesnake have announced two concerts in Sweden as a part of their ongoing Flesh & Blood World Tour. These two shows will include Europe as a very special guest.
Kiss will visit Sweden on their End of the Road tour. It’s now been announced that Steel Panther will be their opening act in Stockholm.
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Kiss recently revealed a new run of End of the Road tour dates, filling their schedule from February to October of 2020. The tour include two stops in Sweden in Gothenburg and Stockholm. Tickets will go on sale on November 26th at 9am.
Next year W.A.S.P. will hit the roads for their “1984 To Headless World Tour”. The setlist on this tour will focus on the hits from their first four albums; “W.A.S.P.”, “The Last Command”, “Inside The Electric Circus” and “The Headless Children”. The band have now announced 13 dates in Scandinavia for this tour.
American prog metal pioneers Dream Theater have announced two shows in Stockholm next year with the theme: “The Distance Over Time Tour – Celebrating 20 years of Scenes From A Memory”. Tickets go on sale on September 16th at 10 am.
Icelandic post-metal act Sólstafir have announced a Stockholm concert in December. This will be an exclusive gig to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their third album “Köld”. The album will be performed in full.
Norwegian progressive metal act Conception reunited in 2018 after a 20 year hiatus. The band will release their fifth album early 2020 followed by a European headlining tour. The tour includes a stop in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 24th.