RUSH: European Tour Dates Announced

RUSH have announced the details of their upcoming European tour — the band's first trip to the continent since 1992.

RUSH "30th Anniversary Tour" European dates:

Sep. 08 – London, UK - Wembley Arena
Sep. 09 - London, UK - Wembley Arena
Sep. 11 – Birmingham, UK - NEC Arena
Sep. 12 – Manchester, UK - MEN Arena
Sep. 14 – Glasgow, UK - SECC
Sep. 15 - Birmingham, UK - NEC Arena
Sep. 17 - Oberhausen, GER @ Konig-Pilsner Arena
Sep. 19 - Stuttgart, GER @ Schleyerhalle
Sep. 21 - Milan, ITA @ Mazda Palace
Sep. 22 - Munich, GER @ Olympiahalle
Sep. 24 - Frankfurt, GER @ Festhalle
Sep. 25 - Prague, CZR @ T-Mobile Arena
Sep. 27 - Hamburg, GER @ Sporthalle
Sep. 29 - Stockholm, SWE @ Globe Arena
Oct. 01 - Rotterdam, NETH @ Ahoy

As previously reported, RUSH will launch the North American portion of their 30th Anniversary Tour on May 28 in Charlotte, NC. Around 41 North American dates have been scheduled so far, concluding on August 22 in the band's hometown of Toronto, Canada.

(Thanks: Dean)


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