FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Kick Off Biggest European Arena Tour To Date

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, who have evolved into one of Hard Rock’s top heavy weights over the past decade, kicked off their biggest European tour to date surprising fans with a massive new stage production and newly added music to the set list at Helsinki’s sold out Hartwall Arena Tuesday night, alongside co-headliner, Sweden’s IN FLAMES and special guest, OF MICE & MEN. The tour hit its second stop last night at the sold out Scandinavium in IN FLAMES’ hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden. Check out this spectacular live clip from Tuesday’s Helsinki show here.

Tickets for the package, which blazes a 25-date trail across European arenas, are flying out the door. With many dates including Paris, Stockholm, Oslo and Prague already sold out and several others major cities approaching sell out quickly, the tour has become this Autumn’s hottest European arena rock show ticket. Secure your tickets now and head over for more info and various VIP options.

The band’s new single, Trouble – their first new music in over two years – has become their biggest streaming debut for a lead track, clocking up in excess of 1 million plays in less than a week, half of those in the UK & Europe. In addition, the track stormed to #1 and top 5 spots on iTunes’ Metal and Rock charts around the globe.

5FDP‘s co-headliners, IN FLAMES are set to reveal a special treat for their fans when they take over Depeche Mode’s Facebook page all day today, 17 November. Get a taste of it here. This tour marks the band’s first time back on their home continent of Europe since headlining some of the biggest rock festivals this past summer. To make it an unforgettable night for Jesterheads and Knuckleheads alike, they’ve brought along their biggest production to date that you won’t want to miss.

The tour’s special guest, OF MICE & MEN have also launched a video for brand new song, ‘Warzone’ taken from their upcoming album, ‘Defy’ (out 19 Jan).  Check it out HERE.

See all remaining tour dates below.


17 November – Stockholm  Sweden – Ericsson Globe
18 November – Oslo, Norway – Spektrum
20 November – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
21 November – Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
22 November – Berlin, Germany – Velodrome
24 November – Oberhausen, Germany – KP Arena
26 November – Prague, Czech Republic – Forum Karlin
28 November – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
29 November – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle
30 November – Padova, Italy – Geox Theatre
02 December – Stuttgart, Germany – HMH Schleyerhalle
04 December – Paris, France – Olympia
05 December – Luxembourg, Luxembourg  – Rockhal
06 December – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
08 December – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
11 December – Madrid, Spain – Wizink Centre
12 December – Barcelona, Spain – Sant Jordi Club
14 December – Antwerp, Belgium – Lotto
15 December – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live
17 December – Birmingham, UK  – Birmingham Arena
18 December –  Glasgow, UK – SSE Hydro
20 December –  Leeds, UK  – Leeds First Direct Arena
21 December –  London, UK –  SSE Wembley Arena

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