Apocalyptica & Epica postpone co-headlining European tour to 2022

Posted by AP on 14/12/20

Quite expectedly, Apocalyptica and Epica have been forced to postpone their upcoming European co-headlining tour again so that it will now happen in 2022 instead. Wheel will still provide support.


The changes of course affect the concert that was meant to take place at Amager Bio in Copenhagen on March 18th next year; that show has been moved to March 02nd the year after instead. If you already have a ticket, hold on to it because it remains valid — for more information, check the official Facebook event.


Here’s how all the new dates pan out:


January 06th - Haus Auensee, Leipzig, GER

January 07th - Columbiahalle, Berlin, GER

January 08th - B90, Gdansk, POL

January 09th - Progresja, Warszawa, POL

January 11th - Gasometer, Wien, AUT

January 12th - Hala Vodova, Brno, CZE

January 13th - Barba Negra, Budapest, HUN

January 15th - Tonhalle, München, GER

January 16th - Fabrique, Milano, ITA

January 17th - Metropole, Lausanne, CHE

January 18th - Komplex 457, Zürich, CHE

January 20th - Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, GER

January 21st - MHP Arena, Ludwigsburg, GER

January 22nd - Atelier, Luxembourg, LUX

January 23rd - Capitol, Hannover, GER

February 25th - Ice Hall, Helsinki, FIN

February 27th - Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NOR

February 28th - Berns, Stockholm, SWE

March 02nd - Amager Bio, Copenhagen, DEN

March 03rd - Docks, Hamburg, GER

March 04th - AFAS Live, Amsterdam, NLD

March 05th - Carlswerk Victoria, Köln, GER

March 07th - Ancienne Belgique, Bruxelles, BEL

March 08th - Rock City, Nottingham, UK

March 09th - Academy, Glasgow, UK

March 10th - Academy, Manchester, UK

March 12th - Academy, Bristol, UK

March 13th - Roundhouse, London, UK

March 14th - Zénith, Paris, FRA

March 15th - Bikini, Toulouse, FRA

March 17th - Razzmatazz, Barcelona, ESP

March 18th - Gamma, Murcia, ESP

March 19th - Riviera, Madrid, ESP

March 20th - Coliseum, Lisboa, PRT


Apocalyptica released their latest album “Cell-0” earlier this year, while Epica are gearing up to issue their new record “Omega” through Nuclear Blast on February 26th. You can sample material from both efforts below.



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