MANOWAR Schedule Greek Dates
Heavy Metal giants MANOWAR will play two dates in Greece this coming March as part of the band's "Demons, Dragons & Warriors Tour 2005-2006". This information was confirmed by both the Greek concert-promotion company Neo Revma and the offficial Greek MANOWAR fan club. The "Demons, Dragons & Warriors" tour will also include Italian power metallers RHAPSODY and HOLY HELL. For the Greek shows, Neo Revma is also advertising the addition of two guest acts, neither one of which has yet been announced. Exact dates and venue details will be made available soon.
"Demons, Dragons & Warriors Tour" currently confirmed dates:
Apr. 04 - Festhalle – Frankfurt, GER
Apr. 06 - Olympiahalle – Munich, GER
Apr. 07 - Schleyerhalle – Stuttgart, GER
Apr. 08 - Arena – Nuremberg, GER
Apr. 10 - Max-Schmeling-Halle – Berlin, GER
Apr. 11 - Westfalenhalle – Dortmund, GER
(Thanks: Orpheus Spiliotopoulos / Metal-Temple.com)
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