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Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals Have Announced A European Summer Tour

The band are hitting Europe for festival season, and have just added a ton of headline dates.

Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals have announced a huge UK and European tour this summer, in between various festival dates.

The band – completed by legendary Pantera frontman Philip H. Anselmo, guitarists Mike DeLeon and Stephen Schteve’ Taylor, drummer Jose Blue’ Gonzales and bassist Walter Howard – will be stopping off in Belgium, France, the UK, Germany and loads more countries throughout Europe in June and July, supporting their latest album Choosing Mental Illness As A Virtue.

Catch Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals live at the following:

June

20 Dessel Graspop Metal Meeting 2019
23 Clisson Hellfest 2019
25 London Underworld
26 Manchester Gorilla
27 Bristol Fleece
28 Birmingham The Mill
29 London Underworld

July

1 Frankfurt Nachtleben
2 Leipzig Hellraiser
3 Munich Backstage
5 Novi Sad Exit Festival 2019
7 Villafranca di Verona Rock The Castle
10 Zurich Dynamo
11 Salzburg Rockhouse
12 Vienna Szene
13 Balaton Rock Marathon 2019
14 Warsaw Progresja
16 Prague Futurum
17 Hamburg Logo
19 Gelfe Metal Fest
20 Eindhoven Dynamo Metal Fest
22 Essen Turock
23 Stuttgart LKA Longhorn
24 Tolmin Metal Days 2019

Philip Anselmo Euro Tour 2019
Posted on March 1st 2019, 4:41p.m.
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