Sum 41 announce 2020 European tour

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Sum 41

Shortly after announcing their Japan shows for next year, Sum 41 has also revealed dates for Europe. The band will perform in various countries in January and February 2020.

Canadian band Sum 41, who is currently touring in North America, has published their schedule for the upcoming 2020 European tour. The band will be playing fifteen shows in ten countries. See the complete list below:

  • 14 Jan – Antwerp, Belgium
  • 15 Jan – Luxemburg, Luxemburg
  • 17 Jan – Paris, France
  • 21 Jan – Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 23 Jan – Düsseldorf, Germany
  • 24 Jan – Vienna, Austria
  • 25 Jan – Munich, Germany
  • 28 Jan – Milan, Italy

  • 30 Jan – Erfurt, Germany
  • 31 Jan – Offenbach, Germany
  • 1 Feb – Berlin, Germany
  • 3 Feb – Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 4 Feb – Stockholm, Sweden
  • 5 Feb – Oslo, Norway
  • 7 Feb – Stuttgart, Germany

The pre-sale for tickets will start on Wednesday, 6 November. The regular sale will begin Friday, 8 November. Check out their latest post below and also their website:

Just two weeks ago, Sum 41 was confirmed as the headliner for Slam Dunk 2020 in the UK, which leaves room for speculation as to whether a UK edition to the ‘Order In Decline’ world tour is to follow. Even if it is not, there will be plenty of opportunities to see the pop-punkers in action next year, so do not miss out!

Sum 41

Sum 41 is a Canadian pop-punk band who also experiment with heavier and darker sounds. They gained recognition through songs like ‘In Too Deep’ and ‘Fat Lip’ that peaked during the 2000s alongside other rock bands like Linkin Park and Rise Against. After a very successful period with four album releases, the band went through a couple of reformations and released their latest record Order In Decline in 2019 which they are currently promoting on a world tour.

26 yo student from Germany, living in Barcelona. I love the new and upcoming generation of upbeat pop-punk music, the faster the better. Besides rock music, I enjoy electro and house music at concerts and festivals.

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