Tickets will be on sale on November 25th, at 10 a.m.
Currently being hard at work on the successor of their 2018 No. 1 hit album, The Sacrament Of Sin, heavy metal’s finest, Powerwolf, have now announced the tour dates for their 2021 “Wolfsnächte” European tour in support of their as of yet untitled upcoming album due in summer 2021.
The tour will lead the band through Germany, Spain, France, the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary and Austria, kicking off on October 1 in Stuttgart, Germany at the renowned Schleyerhalle.
Fans can expect not only brand new heavy metal anthems to be played and chanted along by thousands, but also the biggest and most epic production Powerwolf has brought to stage thus far, cementing their status as one of Europe’s most intense live bands once again.
Metal is religion!
“We‘re happy to proudly announce the tourdates for the WOLFSNÄCHTE 2021. With our upcoming album out in summer, we will celebrate a new chapter of the metal mass with all of you! Expect nights of epic wolfish madness – we can‘t wait!”
Just recently, Powerwolf released an extensive best of album, Best of the Blessed, which entered the German Charts on position #2.
The story of Powerwolf, beginning in 2004, reads like a true fairytale, but is the result of one of the most hard-working and entertaining live bands on the heavy metal planet. POWERWOLF has not only received plenty of Gold and Platinum awards to date, numerous releases have entered the official album charts at the pole position #1. With Blessed & Possessed (2015), Powerwolf achieved Gold status for the first time, while the predecessor, Preachers Of The Night (2013) – as well as the incredible DVD, The Metal Mass (2016) – hit the official German album charts at #1. Powerwolf’s holy mass in the name of heavy metal is unstoppable, their latest magnum opus, The Sacrament of Sin (2018), again entered the album charts at #1. The accompanying Wolfsnächte tour, in which Powerwolf headlined large venues with their phenomenal stage performances, became a single major triumph – as well as the numerous summer festival shows in which the crowds were thrilled and completely captivated by the ‘wolf and their unique, (un)holy metal mass!
Tickets: 47,55 euros
Caution! For tickets purchased at the box office an extra service charge of 2 euros per ticket will be charged.
Important message: delayed ticket transfer! You’ll receive your tickets at the earliest 4 weeks before the event.