W.A.S.P. Announce Second Leg Of Tour
W.A.S.P. will be kicking off the last dates of their "Neon God" World Tour starting October 28th 2004. Blackie, Mike, Stet and Darrell will be going back to Europe one more time revisiting some of the cities they played during the last summer tour and adding new stops like Russia, Poland and Estonia. The tour will also include several dates in the States. The band will change their set list from the last tour. The new set list will be about 50% different in content, and will include classic hits they haven't played live for a long time, as well as material from the new albums.
There will also be a new line of On The Road W.A.S.P. Merchandise available at all shows.
Confirmed dates are as follows:
October 28 Santa Ana, CA, USA @ The Galaxy Theater
October 29 Hollywood, CA, USA @ The Key Club
November 5 London, UK @ The Astoria
November 6 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
November 7 Antiwerp, Belgium @ Hof Ter Lo
November 9 Karlskrona, Sweden @ Kino
November 10 Oslo, Norway @ Rockefeller
November 12 Tampere, Finland @ Packahounce
November 13 Helsinki, Finland @ Icehall
November 14 Tallinn, Estonia @ Rock Cafe
November 15 St Petersburg, Russia @ Jubelyny Arena
November 17 Warsaw, Poland @ Stodola Club
November 18 Frankfurt, Germany @ Batschikapp
November 19 Nurnberg, Germany @ HIrsch
November 20 Munich, Germany @ Metropolis
November 21 Pratteln, Switzerland @ Z7
November 23 Treviso, Italy @ New Age
November 24 Florence, Italy @ Tenax
November 25 Milan, Italy @ Rainbow
November 26 Athens, Greece @ Gagarin 205
November 27 Athens, Greece @ Gagarin 205
November 28 Thessaloniki, Greece, Ydrogios
Source: Metal Rules
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