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Hatari to visit 18 cities in newly announced European tour

Hatari took the Eurovision stage by storm this year when they represented Iceland with the song Hatrið mun sigra. The trio have recently announced a European tour for next year, which will see them visit 18 cities.

Since finishing in 10th place at the contest in May, the group have performed a number of local gigs across Iceland. They also recently performed at the Roskilde Festival in Denmark and Festsaal Kreuzberg in Germany.

‘Europe will Crumble’ in 2020

From January next year, Hatari will play eighteen nights across fourteen countries. In a Facebook post confirming the news, the group shared a poster for the upcoming tour with the caption “EUROPE WILL CRUMBLE 2020“.

The full list of cities and tour dates are as follows:

  • Sun 26 Jan 2020 Oslo, Norway @ Vulkan Arena
  • Mon 27 Jan 2020 Stockholm, Sweden @ Slaktkyrkan 
  • Wed 29 Jan 2020 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Vega
  • Thu 30 Jan 2020 Aarhus, Denmark @ TRAIN 
  • Sat 01 Feb 2020 Warsaw, Poland @ Progresja 
  • Wed 05 Feb 2020 Prague, Czech Republic @ Roxy
  • Thu 06 Feb 2020 Vienna Austria @ Grelle Forelle 
  • Sat 08 Feb 2020 Milan, Italy @ Ohibo
  • Fri 20 Mar 2020 Barcelona, Spain @ Salamandra
  • Sat 21 Mar 2020 Madrid, Spain @ Shoko 
  • Mon 23 Mar 2020 Zurich, Switzerland @ Dynamo
  • Tue 24 Mar 2020 Cologne, Germany @ Die Kantine 
  • Thu 26 Mar 2020 London, England @ Electric Ballroom
  • Fri 27 Mar 2020 Manchester, England @ Manchester Academy
  • Sat 28 Mar 2020 Brighton, England @ The Haunt 
  • Mon 30 Mar 2020 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
  • Tue 31 Mar 2020 Brussels, Belgium @ Botanique
  • Thu 02 Apr 2020 Paris, France @ Le Trabendo

Tickets are on sale and can be purchased on Hatari’s official website.

Eurovision DVD censors protest segment

Following the release of the official Eurovision 2019 DVD last month, it was confirmed that Hatari’s message of support to the people of Palestine would not be present on the commercial release.

The censoring of Hatari comes as no surprise as EBU rules clearly forbid polticial statements. This includes several flags as they carry a political message. 

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