Portuguese metal group Moonspell is starting an extensive European tour in Germany today, “perhaps the biggest tour ever” with 50 concerts, the promoter said today.
There will be 50 concerts on 52 dates and twenty countries in a joint tour with the Greeks Rotting Christ and the Swiss Silver Dust through Turkey, the Baltics and Scandinavia.
The concerts by Helsinki, Turku (Finland), Bucharest (Romania) and Krakow (Poland) “have been sold out for a long time and the room in Berlin has been upgraded to a larger capacity,” she said in a statement.
With a new album release scheduled for 2020, Moonspell will perform today in Hamburg, for the first of several consecutive, virtually non-stop concerts, until December 15, the day Munich, also in Germany.
In the middle they have, for example, through London, where they perform on the 29th. That day, Fernando Ribeiro’s band will make a presentation of the English edition of the biography “Wolves that were men”, written by Ricardo S. Amorim, which will be edited. this week.
The tour will include two concerts in Portugal, on November 4th at the Hard Club in Porto and the next day at the Capitolio in Lisbon.