Helloween postpone European tour to 2022

UPDATE: Check out new Helloween European tour dates HERE!

German power/speed metal demons Helloween have been forced to postpone their planned ‘United Alive Part II’ European tour once again due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. New dates are now being booked for next spring.

In a statement, the band said:

🎃 Sadly, but in the best interest of everyone’s health and safety, we have to postpone our European tour again. As we all know, touring is currently not possible. In order to guarantee a proper execution of the tour, we decided to postpone until spring 2022.

💥 We are working on the rescheduled dates and will announce them shortly. In addition, we’re close to announce a big news, so stay tuned! Please hold on to your tickets as they stay valid for the rescheduled show dates.

🤘🏻 Stay safe, healthy and metal, everyone!

ICYMI, Helloween recently teased their new “Skyfall” single (stream below), which officially drops on April 2nd on CD, digitally and in two different vinyl versions (pre-order).

The band have also announced that their new full-length record, the follow-up to 2015’s ‘My God-Given Right,’ will be released this summer — stay tuned for more info.

Also Check Out: Opeth postpone European run with The Vintage Caravan

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