The Dead Daisies announce Europan-Tour for 2022 with special guest Mike Tramp

Author Arto Mäenpää - 25.10.2021

The Dead Daisies will kick off 2022 in style with a Pan-European Headline Tour through the theatres of the “old world”. Performing tracks from their latest album “Holy Ground” and joined by Special Guest Mike Tramp, this tour will be the band’s first for EU fans since 2018!

The Daisies have a special relationship with Continental Europe, having performed numerous sold-out headline shows, supporting some of the biggest names in rock as well as performing at some of the most prestigious festivals the continent has to offer!

This tour will be in support of the band’s most recent studio album “Holy Ground” which hit the Top 10 Album Charts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, UK, Canada, Sweden & Japan and has spawned four Billboard Top 20 Singles at Rock Radio in the last year.

So, after touring the US not once but twice in 2021 and now heading to the UK for an 8-city headline run, the band will take a quick breather over the holidays and then arrive in Europe at the top of February 2022 for an extensive run kicking off in Germany and wrapping in Norway.

The tour will be joined as a very special guest by none other than Mike Tramp who, alongside his trusted companion Marcus Nand will deliver what he describes as “a power-packed, 45 Minute long, exclusive White Lion Greatest Hits set”.

So get ready to turn it up in 2022 and come ’n’ ROCK with us!

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01.02. DE-Essen – Turock
02.02. DE-Hannover Capitol
04.02. DE-Berlin – Columbia Theater
05.02. DE-Munich – Backstage Werk
07.02. DE-Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
08.02. DE-Nürnberg – Hirsch
10.02. CZ-Prague – Lucerna Music Bar
12.02. SVK-Bratislava – MMC
13.02. PL-Warsaw – Progresja
15.02. HU-Budapest – Barba Negra
16.02. AT-Vienna – Simm City
18.02. IT-Milano – Live Club
20.02. ES-Barcelona – Razzmatazz 2
22.02. ES-Madrid – Shoko
23.02. ES-Pamplona – Totem
26.02. FR-Lyon – CCO
27.02. FR-Strasbourg – La Laiterie
02.03. FR-Paris – Le Trabendo
03.03. CH-Zürich – Dynamo
05.03. BE-Sint-Niklaas – De Casino
06.03. NL-Haarlem – Patronaat
09.03. DK-Copenhagen – DR Studie 2
11.03. SE-Stockholm – Slakt Kyrkan
12.03. SE-Örebro – Frimis Salonger
14.03. SE-Gothenburg – Pustervik
15.03. NO-Oslo – Vulkan Arena