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ONE OK ROCK Are Supporting Ed Sheeran In Asia

The Japanese superstars have also announced a UK and European tour!

It’s been a day of massive announcements from ONE OK ROCK: not only have the band unveiled UK and European tour dates, but they’ve also revealed they’ll be supporting pop megastar Ed Sheeran in Asia.

To coincide with the release of new album Eye Of The Storm – out today on Fueled By Ramen – the Japanese band have started filling up their 2019 calendar with some pretty huge shows.

Catch them live at the following:

April

4 Taoyuan City Stadium (supporting Ed Sheeran)
9 Tokyo Dome (supporting Ed Sheeran)
13 Kuala Lumpur Bukit Jalil National Stadium (supporting Ed Sheeran)
17-18 Hong Kong Fantasy Road Outdoor Venue (supporting Ed Sheeran)
21 Seoul Songdo Moonlight Festival Park (supporting Ed Sheeran)
23 Osaka Kyocera Dome (supporting Ed Sheeran)
26 Singapore National Stadium (supporting Ed Sheeran)
28 Bangkok Rajamangala National Stadium (supporting Ed Sheeran)

May

3 Jakarta Gelora Bung Karno Stadium (supporting Ed Sheeran)
8 Manchester O2 Ritz
10 London Roundhouse
12 Tilburg 013 Poppodium
13 Cologne Carlswerk Victoria
14 Berlin Huxleys Neue Welt
15 Warsaw Hala Kolo
17 Vienna Gasometer
19 Budapest Dürer Kert
20 Prague Lucerna Velky Sal
22 Munich Tonhalle
23 Milan Fabrique
24 Zurich X-TRA
26 Boulogne-Billancourt La Seine Musicale

ONE OK ROCK's UK and European tour dates for 2019

While you’re here, stream Eye Of The Storm, too:

Header photo: Gobinder Jhitta

Posted on February 15th 2019, 12:13pm
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