SOUL SIRKUS, the new "supergroup" formed by singer Jeff Scott Soto (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, TALISMAN, AXEL RUDI PELL, TAKARA, HUMAN CLAY), guitarist Neal Schon and drummer Virgil Donati, have lined up the following European dates in May:
May 07 - Bradford, UK - Gods of Rock Festival
May 08 - Sheffield, UK - The Corporation
May 09 - London, UK - Shepherds Bush Empire
May 10 - UK (venue/city to be announced)
May 12 - Zoetermeer, NETH - Boerdij
May 13 - Munich, GER (venue to be announced)
May 14 - Zurich, SWI - Z7
May 15 - Milan, ITA - Transilvania
May 17 - Barcelona, SPA (venue to be announced)
May 19 - Madrid, SPA - Macumba
May 21 - Roeselare, BEL - Schung Festival
May 23 - Stockholm, SWE - Nalen
May 24 - Gothenburg, SWE - Tradgaarn
May 25 - Malmo, SWE - Kuturbolaget
May 26 - Copenhagen, DEN (venue to be announced)
The spring leg is limited to three weeks as there are also plans for dates throughout the U.S. in April and JOURNEY will begin their summer tour beginning in June. Plans are for SOUL SIRKUS to resume a second extensive leg in the fall.
SOUL SIRKUS' debut album, "World Play", is currently available via their official web site.
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