Europe tour

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Europe tour dates

🇦🇺  Perth · A$297
May 16 · 8pm · Perth Concert Hall
🇦🇺  Torrensville · A$201
May 18 · 8pm · Thebarton Theatre
🇦🇺  St Kilda · A$185
May 19 · 7pm · Palais Theatre
🇦🇺  Newtown · A$292
May 22 · 8pm · Enmore Theatre
🇦🇺  Newtown
May 23 · 11am · Enmore Theatre
🇦🇺  Fortitude Valley · A$247
May 23 · 7pm · The Tivoli
🇧🇪  Verviers
May 26 · 8:30 pm · Spirit of 66
🇬🇧  Belfast
Sep 11 · 7pm · Ulster Hall
🇮🇪  Dublin · €135
Sep 12 · 8pm · Olympia Theatre
🇬🇧  Manchester · £55
Sep 14 · 7pm · Manchester Academy
🇬🇧  Glasgow · £62
Sep 15 · 7pm · Barrowland
🇬🇧  Newcastle · £62
Sep 17 · 7pm · O2 Academy Newcastle
🇬🇧  Nottingham · £62
Sep 18 · 7pm · Rock City
🇬🇧  Birmingham · £62
Sep 19 · 7pm · The Institute
🇬🇧  Cardiff · £62
Sep 21 · 7pm · St David's Hall
🇬🇧  Portsmouth · £62
Sep 22 · 7pm · Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
🇬🇧  London · £62
Sep 23 · 6:45 pm · Royal Albert Hall
🇬🇧  Brighton · £53
Sep 24 · 6:30 pm · Brighton Dome
🇳🇱  Tilburg · € 112
Sep 26 · 7pm · 013
🇫🇷  Paris · 146 €
Sep 27 · 7:30 pm · Le Trianon

About Europe

Europe, a Swedish rock band, was formed in 1979. Initially the group was named “Force”. Just after one year of the band’s formation, it came up with its first demo recording. The band’s lineup includes Joey Tempest (Vocals), Peter Olsson (bass), Tony Reno (drums) and John Norum (guitar). Force got a negative appeal from many studio record companies. After one year, the bassist decided to leave the band replacing John Levén. During 1982, the band participated in some music contest and could get a chance to record for the first time. And it was the time when they changed the name from “Force” to “Europe”.

It is quite amazing to know that the band was discovered by Japan in 1983. The band could release its second studio album "Wings Of Tomorrow" with a new member, Mich Michaeli (keyboard). After the release of this album Europe got famous in Scandinavia and Japan. But the band’s lineup was a problem as another member had to go. Tony Reno leaves the band replacing Ian Haugland.

1986 was the most glorious time for the band’s success. The band composed “The Final Countdown” and released it. Fortunately this song gave them unimaginable reputation from all over the world. Europe sold around 6 millions of copies. With this song, it seemed the band had just conquered the whole world and music industries. They started touring so many places for live concerts. Later on Kee Marcello joined the band in the place of John Norum. In 1988, Europe released another album which is known as “Out of This World”. And soon after that they released “Prisoners in Paradise”. But the band was losing reputation in the US market as they belonged to a non-English group. But this did not mean anything to the band. Joey initiated to make another album ad this time they thought about “Greatest Hits”. The band had celebrated many reunions after 1998 as it decided to take long break in 1992. The band was seen in a number of concerts but the ultimate fame and popularity remained fixed in 1986. The band is still one of the inspiring ones for many rock music lovers. 

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