The 2021 Eurovision winners are going strong this year. They not just won Eurovision but also had three songs storming the charts worldwide. Today the band announced the “LOUD KIDS ON TOUR ’22” tour which includes 16 concerts (so far) across Europe. The tour will kick off in London, UK in February and ends in Riga, Latvia on March 14th. Tickets will be on sale on 30th September at 12:00 pm CEST. Get all the details below!
Måneskin on tour next year!
Måneskin reached for another level after winning Eurovision in May with “Zitti E Buoni” and now they are reaching out to see you. The band just announced a tour for the next year starting already in February and ends on March 14th. A total of 16 concerts are planned for the tour so far and tickets go on sale already this week!
Måneskin on Twitter:
See you around 💘— MåneskinOfficial (@thisismaneskin) September 27, 2021
Tickets available from thursday 30th September 12:00 pm CEST pic.twitter.com/cty9NbBabD
Tickets drop this Thursday. Please check your local ticket sites for more information.
The complete dates and venues:
- Sunday 6 February 2022 – London, UK @ O2 Academy Brixton
- Thursday 10 February 2022 – Brussels, Belgium @ Forest National
- Saturday 12 February 2022 – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
- Tuesday 15 February 2022 – Warsaw, Poland @ Torwar Hall
- Friday 18 February 2022 – Wien, Austria @ Stadthalle
- Monday 21 February 2022 – Paris, France @ Le Zenith
- Thursday 24 February 2022 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Halle 622
- Saturday 26 February 2022 – Berlin, Germany @ Verti Music Hall
- Monday 28 February 2022 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Mala Sportovni Hala
- Tuesday 1st March 2022 – Budapest, Hungary @ Barba Negra
- Thursday 3 March 2022 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ AFAS Live
- Monday 7 March 2022 – Kiev, Ukraine @ Stereo Plaza
- Wednesday 9 March 2022 – Moscow, Russia @ Stadium Live
- Friday 11 March 2022 – St. Petersburg, Russia @ Tinkoff Arena
- Sunday 13 March 2022 – Tallinn, Estonia @ Saku Suurhall
- Monday 14 March 2022 – Riga, Latvia @ Arena Riga
These, however, are the dates of the Italian tour already Sold Out.
- Tuesday 14 December 2021 – Rome @ Palazzo dello Sport – SOLD OUT
- Wednesday 15 December 2021 – Rome @ Palazzo dello Sport – SOLD OUT
- Saturday 18 December 2021 – Assago (MI) @ Mediolanum Forum – SOLD OUT
- Sunday 19 December 2021 – Assago (MI) @ Mediolanum Forum – SOLD OUT
- Sunday 20 March 2022 – Casalecchio di Reno (BO) @ Unipol Arena – SOLD OUT
- Tuesday 22 March 2022 – Assago (MI) @ Mediolanum Forum – SOLD OUT
- Saturday 26 March 2022 – Naples @ PalaPartenope – SOLD OUT
- Sunday 27 March 2022 – Naples @ PalaPartenope – SOLD OUT
- Thursday 31 March 2022 – Florence @ Nelson Mandela Forum – SOLD OUT
- Friday 1st April 2022 – Florence @ Nelson Mandela Forum – SOLD OUT
- Sunday 3 April 2022 – Turin @ Pala Alpitour – SOLD OUT
- Friday 8 April 2022 – Bari @ PalaFlorio – SOLD OUT
- Saturday 23 April 2022 – Verona @ Arena di Verona – SOLD OUT
Here are also the first confirmed dates of the 2022 summer tour.
- Saturday 4th June 2022 – Nürburgring, Germany | ROCK AM RING
- Sunday 5th June 2022 – Zeppelinfeld, Germany | ROCK IM PARK
- Friday 24 June 2022 – Haiden, Norway | TONS OF ROCK
- Saturday 9 July 2022 – Rome @ Circus Maximus
Måneskin in the Eurovision Song Contest
Back in March, they won Festival di Sanremo with an impressive 53.5% of the vote in the superfinal, beating out stiff competition from two former Italian Eurovision representatives, Francesca Michelin (2016) and Ermal Meta (2018).
After an exciting voting segment in the Rotterdam contest, Italy was announced as the winner with 524 points – their first win since Toto Cutugno in 1990. Scoring 206 points from the juries and a further 318 televoting points. Thus, Måneskin finished 25 points ahead of France’s Barbara Pravi who finished the runner-up with 499 points.
Following their victory, the band have gone onto acclaimed success worldwide. From reaching top 40 in the Billboard charts, to being playlisted by BBC Radio 1. As well as collaborating with Iggy Pop and plans afoot for their third album later this year. There is no stopping this pioneering band, who have amassed almost a combined total of 200 million YouTube views for ‘Zitti E Buoni’ and over 200 million Spotify streams.
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