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NIGHTWISH: More European Tour Dates Announced

Finnish/Swedish symphonic metallers NIGHTWISH have scheduled the following European tour dates early next year:

Feb. 19 - Visla Hall Krakow Poland
Feb. 20 - Lucerna Music Hall Prague Czech Republic
Feb. 21 - Arena Berlin Germany
Feb. 23 - Arena Leipzig Germany
Feb. 24 - Schleyerhalle Stuttgart Germany
Feb. 25 - Jahrhunderthalle Frankfurt Germany
Feb. 27 - Jako Arena Bamberg Germany
Feb. 28 - Gasometer A-Wien Austria
Feb. 29 - Hallenstadion CH-Zürich Switzerland
Mar. 02 - Palalido I-Milan Italy
Mar. 04 - Tivoli Hall Ljublana Slovenia
Mar. 05 - Petofi Hall Budapest Hungary
Mar. 17 - Colour Line Arena Hamburg Germany
Mar. 18 - AWD Hall Hannover Germany
Mar. 19 - Westfalenhalle 2 Dortmund Germany
Mar. 21 - HMH Music Hall Amsterdam Netherlands
Mar. 22 - Den Atelier Luxembourg Luxembourg
Mar. 23 - AB Brussels Belgium
Mar. 25 - Astoria London UK
Mar. 29 - Carling Academy Birmingham UK
Mar. 30 - Carling Academy Newcastle UK
Mar. 31 - ABC1 Glasgow UK
Apr. 02 - Mandela Hall Belfast UK
Apr. 03 - Vicar Street Dublin Ireland
Apr. 04 - Academy1 Manchester UK
Apr. 06 - Zenith Paris France
Apr. 07 - Zenith Strasbourg France
Apr. 10 - Halle Tony Garnier Lyon France
Apr. 11 - Dome Marseille France
Apr. 12 - Zenith Toulouse France
Apr. 14 - Razzmatazz 1 Barcelona Spain
Apr. 15 - Santana 27 Bilbao Spain
Apr. 16 - La Riviera Madrid Spain
Apr. 18 - Coliseum Porto Portugal
Apr. 19 - Coliseum Lisbon Portugal

A new e-card for NIGHTWISH's latest album, "Dark Passion Play", is available at this location.

"Dark Passion Play" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on October 2 via Roadrunner Records.

NIGHTWISH's video for the song "Bye Bye Bueatiful" has been released and can be viewed below. The clip was shot in Los Angeles with director Antti Jokinen (BEYONCÉ, WYCLEF JEAN, KORN, MISSY ELLIOT, STRATOVARIUS, SHANIA TWAIN, CELINE DION).

NIGHTWISH shot two videos in Los Angeles with Antti Jokinen, reportedly at a cost of 270,000 euros (approximately $362,000). "We saved time and money by doing two videos in one session," NIGHTWISH leader Tuomas Holopainen told the Finnish newspaper Ilta-Sanomat.

NIGHTWISH's video for the group's latest single, "Amaranth", can be viewed at this location.

Behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the "Amaranth" video has been posted at Nightwish.com.

NIGHTWISH made its live debut with new singer Anette Olzon on Saturday (September 22) at Rock Café in Tallinn, Estonia. The group appeared under the guise of a NIGHTWISH "cover band" called NACHTWASSER.

NIGHTWISH is expected to perform at the Helsinki (Finland) and Hamburg (Germany) release parties for the group's new album, "Dark Passion Play". The Hamburg party will take place on the album's German release date, September 28, at a club called Delphi Showpalast. It has been announced that the entire group will attend the event, which will feature a performance by "a famous and glorious NIGHTWISH cover band called SUSHI PATROL from Japan". The Helsinki party will take place tonight (September 26) at Tavastia in Helsinki, Finland. A "NIGHTWISH cover band from Estonia called NATUVISSYSET" is scheduled to appear at the Helsinki event, which will coincide with the Finnish release date of the group's new CD (via Spinefarm Records/Universal).

NIGHTWISH will make its "official" live debut with new singer Anette Olzon on October 6 in Tel Aviv, Israel. The group's U.S. tour kicks off on October 15 in West Springfield, Virginia.

 

Source: www.blabbermouth.net

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