- Parkway Drive’s UK and European 2022 tour dates were announced.
- Other than the UK, they will be performing in other parts of the European countries.
- Tickets go marked down this Friday (November 12).
Parkway Drive has reported the UK and European feature visit for 2022 – see every one of the subtleties underneath.
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The Australian band, whose most recent collection ‘Reverence’ showed up in 2018, will play out a series of shows all through next September into October. Tickets go marked down here this Friday (November 12) at 10 am GMT.
Following gigs in Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris and different urban communities, Parkway Drive is set to land in the UK on September 30 for a presentation at Alexandra Palace in London. Further shows will happen in Manchester (October 1), Nottingham (2) and Cardiff (3).
Sheffield metalcore bunch While She Sleeps will show up as the helping act at the dates.
Fans who bought tickets for the band’s recently declared delayed shows can continue their appointments to the new event dates. Tickets for London, in any case, can’t be turned over because of an adjustment of setting.
Parkway Drive will play:
9 – Leipzig, Quarterback Immobilien Arena (DE)
10 – Prague, Forum Karlin (CZ)
12 – Brussels, Forest National (BE)
13 – Esch-sur-Alzette, Rockhal (LUX)
14 – Frankfurt, Festhalle (DE)
16 – Zürich, Samsung Hall (CH)
17 – Munich, Olympiahalle (DE)
18 – Vienna, Stadthalle (AT)
20 – Berlin, Velodrom (DE)
21 – Hamburg, Barclays Arena (DE)
23 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live (NL)
24 – Dortmund, Westfalenhalle (DE)
25 – Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle (DE)
27 – Paris, Zenith (FR)
30 – London, Alexandra Palace (UK)
1 – Manchester, AO Arena (UK)
2 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (UK)
3 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (UK)
In a four-star audit, NME composed portrayed ‘Reverence’ as “a record for fields, and Parkway Drive have at long last – and maybe surprisingly – become the advanced metal band who have the right to fill them”.
A live collection, ‘Viva The Underdogs’, came out last year alongside a going with visit film of a similar name.
Addressing NME about the undertaking, frontman Winston McCall clarified: “I’ve generally adored live collections that take you to that show. The live show and recorded collection are two very surprising monsters, two entirely unexpected understandings of the music.
“Parkway was constantly planned as a live monster. We began as a modest community band for our companions to mosh to in the neighbourhood youth focus. Also, we needed to catch that.”