DREAM THEATER To Cover Classic Album During Amsterdam And London Performances

DREAM THEATER have confirmed two shows in Amsterdam and two shows in London in October. The details are as follows:

Oct. 10-11 - Amsterdam, NETH - Heineken Music Hall
Oct. 24-25 - London, UK - Hammersmith Apollo

These shows will be very special "Evening with Dream Theater" shows. In both cases, the second sets of the second nights (October 11 and October 25) will be a classic album covered in its entirety.

DREAM THEATER are currently touring Europe in support of their latest album, "Octavarium", available now on Atlantic Records. The band will co-headline this summer Gigantour, a six-week festival trek also featuring MEGADETH, FEAR FACTORY, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and NEVERMORE, among others.


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