Apocalyptica & Epica postpone co-headlining European tour to 2021

Posted by AP on 17/06/20

Helsinki, Finland-based cello metallers Apocalyptica and Reuver, Netherlands-born symphonic metal group Epica’s co-headlining European tour with Wheel supporting, which was supposed to run through this coming autumn, has been postponed to the Spring of 2021 due to uncertainties related to the Covid-19 pandemic.

That of course includes the concert at Amager Bio in Copenhagen that was meant to happen on October 31st; it has been moved to March 18th next year instead. All tickets remain valid and there are more still available over at Ticketmaster.dk for 425 DKK (+ fees). Additional information can be found in the official Facebook event.

Here’s how the rescheduled tour now pans out:

March 01st - Columbiahalle, Berlin, GER

March 02nd - Haus Auensee, Leipzig, GER

March 03rd - Capitol, Hannover, GER

March 05th - Komplex 457, Zürich, CHE

March 06th - Tonhalle, München, GER

March 07th - Fabrique, Milano, ITA

March 08th - Metropole, Lausanne, CHE

March 10th - Barba Negra, Budapest, HUN

March 11th - Gasometer, Wien, AUT

March 12th - Hala Vodova, Brno, CZE

March 13th - Progresja, Warszawa, POL

March 14th - B90, Gdansk, POL

March 17th - Docks, Hamburg, GER

March 18th - Amager Bio, Copenhagen, DEN

March 20th - Berns, Stockholm, SWE

March 21st - Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NOR

April 01st - Ice Hall, Helsinki, FIN

April 07th - Coliseum, Lisboa, PRT

April 08th - Riviera, Madrid, ESP

April 09th - Gamma, Murcia, ESP

April 11th - Razzmatazz, Barcelona, ESP

April 12th - Bikini, Toulouse, FRA

April 13th - Zénith, Paris, FRA

April 14th - Ancienne Belgique, Bruxelles, BEL

April 16th - Rock City, Nottingham, UK

April 17th - Academy, Glasgow, UK

April 18th - Academy, Bristol, UK

April 20th - Carlswerk Victoria, Köln, GER

April 21st - MHP Arena, Ludwigsburg, GER

April 22nd - Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, GER

April 24th - Atelier, Luxembourg, LUX

April 25th - AFAS Live, Amsterdam, NLD

April 27th - Roundhouse, London, UK

April 28th - Academy, Manchester, UK

Apocalyptica released a new album titled “Cell-0” in the beginning of this year, our review of which can be found here. Epica, meanwhile, have not put out a new album since their 2016 offering “The Holographic Principle”. You can sample material from both records below.

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