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Evanescence & Within Temptation Tour

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Evanescence & Within Temptation have added three brand new shows to the UK leg of their Worlds Collide co-headline world tour, due to phenomenal demand.

Evanescence & Within Temptation 2020 Tour Dates:

London The O2, 07 April (Already on sale)
Glasgow SSE Hydro, 28
Leeds First Direct Arena, 30
Birmingham Arena, 01 May

Tickets on sale Friday (01 November) at 9am from Eventim AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory

Both groups are fronted by two of the most influential women in the world of rock – Amy Lee (Evanescence) and Sharon den Adel (Within Temptation).

After forming in the mid-90s, Evanescence dropped their landmark debut album ‘Fallen’ in 2003. The record spent an incredible 43 weeks on the Billboard Top 10 and sold over 17 million copies worldwide. It also featured their global debut hit single ‘Bring Me To Life’, which reached No.5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and marked their first UK No.1 single.

The two-time Grammy Award-winners follow-up albums include ‘My Immortal’, ‘The Open Door’, the self-titled ‘Evanescence’ and their most ambitious release to date ‘Synthesis’.

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Within Temptation have seven studio albums under their belt, including ‘Enter’, ‘Mother Earth’, ‘The Silent Force’, ‘The Heart of Everything’, ‘The Unforgiving’, ‘Hydra’ and latest release ‘Resist’. The band have headline major festivals across Europe and received numerous music accolades, including a World Music Award, MTV Europe Music Awards, a Metal Hammer Award and many more.

Sharon Den Adel commented, “It is beyond our greatest expectations that a lot of our shows with Evanescence would sell out so quickly! We are super grateful for this. Surprise! We’ve got a surprise for Belgium, Luxembourg and the UK: we are adding some extra shows end of April and beginning of May. Check out the extra dates!”

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