WHITESNAKE: European Tour Dates Released

WHITESNAKE have released the complete schedule for their upcoming European tour.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

May 08 – Ipswich, UK @ Ipswich Regent
May 12 – Brighton, UK @ Brighton Centre
May 13 – Bournemouth, UK @ BIC
May 15 – Manchester, UK @ Evening News Arena
May 16 – Birmingham, UK @ NEC
May 17 – Wembley, UK @ Wembley Arena
May 19 – Cardiff, UK @ International Arena
May 21 – Sheffield, UK @ Hallam FM Arena
May 22 – Glasgow, UK @ SECC
May 23 – Newcastle, UK @ Telewest Arena
May 25 – Dublin, IRE @ The Point
May 27 – Koln, GER @ E-Werk
May 28 – Hannover, GER @ Stadionsporthalle
May 30 – Stuttgart, GER @ Kongresscentrum
May 31 – Munich, GER @ Circus Bau Krone
Jun. 02 – Vienna, AUT @ Kurhalle
Jun. 03 – Prague, CZ @ Sportshalle
Jun. 05 – Zwolle, NETH @ Ijssehallen
Jun. 07 – Sölvesborg, SWE @ Sweden Rock Festival
Jun. 08 – Milan, ITA @ Gods of Metal
Jun. 11 – Athens, GRE @ Lycabettas Theatre


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