KROKUS Announce Swiss Tour Dates

Long-running Swiss hard rockers KROKUS have announced a couple of dates in their home country in late March prior to their upcoming German co-headlining tour with AXXIS. The group's itinerary is now shaping up as follows:

Mar. 25 – Disentis, SWI @ Raiffeisen-Indoorfestival
Mar. 31 - Zürich-Airport, SWI @ 10 Jahre Jubiläum Alpenrock

w/ AXXIS (co-headlning):

May 03 – Nürnberg, GER - Hirsch
May 04 - München, GER - Garage
May 05 - Memmingen, GER - Kaminwerk
May 06 - Tuttlingen, GER - Alte Fabrik
May 07 - Ludwigsburg, GER - Rockfabrik
May 10 - Aschaffenburg, GER - Colosssal
May 11 - Hamburg, GER - Markthalle
May 12 - Bochum, GER - Zeche
May 13 - Andernach, GER - Live Club

KROKUS recently announced the addition of German drummer Stefan Schwarzmann (ex-ACCEPT, U.D.O., HELLOWEEN) to the group's ranks. The band's follow-up to 2003's "Rock the Block" is tentatively due late spring. KROKUS's current lineup includes frontman Marc Storace, Mandy Meyer (guitar), Dominique Fave (guitar) and Tony Castell (bass).


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