DREAM THEATER Announce Fall European Dates

DREAM THEATER have announced the initial dates for their fall European tour (two sets with an intermission, no opening act). They are as follows:

Oct. 18 - Dublin, IRE - Vicar Street
Oct. 20 - London, UK – Astoria
Oct. 21 - London, UK – Astoria
Oct. 23 - Paris, FRA – Mutualite
Oct. 24 - Paris, FRA – Mutualite
Oct. 26 - Freiburg, GER - Stadthalle
Oct. 27 - Nancy, FRA - Zenith
Oct. 29 - Bremen, GER - Stadthalle 7
Oct. 30 - Führt (Bremen), GER - Stadthalle
Nov. 01 - Offenbach, GER - Stadthalle
Nov. 02 - Düsseldorf, GER - Phillipshalle
Nov. 03 - Rotterdam, NETH - Ahoy
Nov. 10 - Montpelier, FRA - Zenith

As will now always be a DREAM THEATER tradition, the two-night stands (i.e. London, Paris) will have completely different sets from the first night to the second, and one of the sets on the second night will be a classic album covered in its entirety.

More dates will be announced in the coming weeks.


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