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Nightwish Announce Rescheduled Tour For 2021

Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish have postponed the UK/European leg of their Human :II: Nature tour.

Nightwish have pushed back their Human :II: Nature 2020 tour to next year.

The Finnish symphonic metallers were set to hit the road in support of their latest record in November and December, but have now rescheduled all dates for May 2021.

During these most peculiar and challenging times we’ve been forced to reschedule our shows, and that’s now also the case with the European leg of the Human :II: Nature World tour,” says Tuomas Holopainen.

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Please check the new dates below. This is a most unfortunate, but necessary move in order ensure everyone’s safety and make the best out of this bizarreness that all of you and us are going through. It’s not for forever though, and The Caravan will soon be on the move again. Until then, take care of each other and see you all in the spring of 2021!”

Catch Nightwish, Amorphis and Turmion Kätilöt at the following:

May 2021

1 Birmingham Resorts World Arena
2 London SSE Arena Wembley
3 Paris AccorHotels Arena
4 Antwerp Lotto Arena
5 Dusseldorf ISS Dome
7 Frankfurt Festhalle
8 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
9 Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
10 Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
12 Zurich Hallenstadion
14 Milan Lorenzini District
17 Vienna Stadthalle
19 Leipzig Arena
20 Prague O2 Arena
21 Bamberg Brose Arena
23 Luxembourg Rockhal
25 Munich Olympiahalle
26 Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle
27 Hamburg Barclaycard Arena
29 Gliwice Arena
31 Budapest Sportaréna

Nightwish 2021 Uk European Tour
Posted on September 4th 2020, 12:33pm
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