Swedish hard rockers EUROPE performed at the wedding of Sergio Ramos and Pilar Rubio on Saturday, June 15 in Seville, Spain. The band reportedly arrived on stage in a red dragon that was held by a crane, and played a 40-minute set of its classic songs, including the timeless hit "The Final Countdown".
It was originally reported that either AC/DC or AEROSMITH would perform at the the reception, which took place on Ramos's farm, with some reports suggesting that AC/DC was offered a million euros for the gig. In the end, the rumors proved to be false, and the Australian hard rock legends were nowhere to be seen at the event.
The Real Madrid defender and his model girlfriend reportedly also hired Italian electronic artist Gianluca Vacchi to play a set last night.
EUROPE is continuing to play shows in support of its critically acclaimed eleventh studio album, "Walk The Earth", which was released in October 2017 via Hell & Back Recordings (Silver Lining Music). It was recorded at famed Abbey Road Studios in London with Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb (RIVAL SONS, Shooter Jennings, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton).
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