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Uriah Heep: una data in Italia per il 50esimo anniversario

Di Orso Comellini - 30 Novembre 2021 - 10:51
Uriah Heep: una data in Italia per il 50esimo anniversario

Gli Uriah Heep hanno annunciato le date del tour europeo per il cinquantesimo anniversario. Al momento è confermata una data anche in Italia. Più precisamente al Teatro Dal Verme di Milano, il prossimo 18 ottobre.

Fri 9thSept                 Laeiszhalle, Hamburg GERMANY                       
Sun 11thSept             Haus Auensee, Leipzig GERMANY
Mon 12thSept                        Lichtburg, Essen GERMANY
Wed 14thSept                       Rockhal, Luxembourg LUXEMBOURG                    
Fri 16thSept               Muffathalle, Munich GERMANY                       
Sat 17thSept              Theater am Potsdamer Platz, Berlin GERMANY
Sun 18thSept             Amphitheater, Hanau GERMANY
Tues 20thSept                       Pattihio Theatre, Limassol CYPRUS
Thurs 22ndSept         The Strovolos Municipal Theatre, Nicosia CYPRUS
Wed 28thSept                       Olympia Theater, Dublin THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Thurs 29thSept          Ulster Hall, Belfast NORTHERN IRELAND
Fri 30thSept               Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow SCOTLAND
Mon 3rdOct                Bridgewater Hall, Manchester ENGLAND
Wed 5thOct                Palladium, London ENGLAND
Thurs 6thOct              Corn Exchange, Cambridge ENGLAND                       
Sat 8thOct                  Sage, Gateshead ENGLAND
Mon 10thOct              Symphony Hall, Birmingham ENGLAND
Tues 11thOct             St. Davids Hall, Cardiff WALES
Thurs 13thOct                        Tivoli – Grote Zaal, Utrecht HOLLAND
Fri 14thOct                 Cirque Royal, Brussels BELGIUM
Sun 16thOct               L’Olympia, Paris FRANCE
Mon 17thOct              Volkshaus, Zurich SWITZERLAND
Tues 18thOct                         Teatro Dal Verme, Milan ITALY
Thurs 20thOct                        Aula Magna, Lisbon PORTUGAL
Fri 21stOct                  La Riviera, Madrid SPAIN
Sat 22ndOct                Teatro Valdes, Aviles SPAIN
Sun 23rdOct               Razzmatazz 1, Barcelona SPAIN
Tues 25thOct             Dom Sportova, Zagreb CROATIA
Wed 26thOct              Kombank Hall, Belgrade SERBIA
Thurs 27thOct                        Sala Palatului, Bucharest ROMANIA
Sat 29thOct                Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Thessaloniki GREECE
Mon 31stOct              Pallas Theater, Athens GREECE
Tues 8thNov              Lowensaal, Nurnberg GERMANY
Wed 9thNov               MCK, Katowice POLAND
Thurs 10thNov                       National Opera, Lviv UKRAINE                       
Fri 11thNov                Odessa Academic Theatre of Music, Odessa UKRAINE
Sat 12thNov               October Palace, Kiev UKRAINE
Mon 14thNov             Compensa Concert Hall, Vilnius LITHUANIA
Tues 15thNov                        Alexela Kontserdimaja, Tallinn ESTONIA
Thurs 17thNov                       Ice Hockey Hall, Helsinki FINLAND
Sat 19thNov               Konserttitalo, Turku FINLAND
Sun 20thNov              Madetojan Sali, Oulu FINLAND
Tues 22ndNov                        Idun, Umea SWEDEN
Wed 23rdNov             Gota Lejon, Stockholm SWEDEN
Thurs 24thNov                       Sentrum Scene, Oslo NORWAY
Sat 26thNov               Kilden, Kristiansand NORWAY
Sun 27thNov              Kuppelhallen, Stavanger NORWAY                        
Mon 28thNov             Rokeriet, Bergen NORWAY
Tues 29thNov                        Olavshallen, Trondheim NORWAY
Thurs 1stDec             Tonhallen, Sundsvall SWEDEN
Fri 2ndDec                  Partille Arena, Goteborg SWEDEN
Sat 3rdDec                 Vaerket Teatre & Musikhus, Randers DENMARK
Sun 4thDec                Docken Koncerter, Copenhagen DENMARK
Mon 5thDec               Slagthuset Teater, Malmo SWEDEN
Wed 7thDec               Liederhalle, Stuttgart GERMANY
Thurs 8thDec             Kulturpalast, Dresden GERMANY
Fri 9thDec                  CCS, Suhl GERMANY
Sat 10thDec               Karlin Forum, Prague CZECH REPUBLIC
Sun 11thDec              Hungexpo Hall C, Budapest HUNGARY
Tues 13thDec                        National Palace Of Culture, Sofia BULGARIA
Thurs 15thDec                       KucukCiftlik Park, Istanbul TURKEY

Tickets onsale 10am CET Friday 3rdDecember 2021
For further information or tickets HERE

Uriah Heep are delighted to announce an extensive European tour for 2022. The tour, 61 dates across 28 countries, is the ultimate celebration of one of the most important British rock acts of all time.

2020 saw Uriah Heep celebrate their 50thanniversary. Sadly, global events forced the band to cancel their 50thanniversary tour. But two years later, the band are ready to celebrate this extraordinary landmark.

Mick Box says, “At last, we can celebrate our 50th Anniversary now having left ‘Lockdown into Rockdown’ We may be two years later than the actual year, but hey this makes the celebration even more special. The mighty ‘Heep’ are still ‘Eavy, still ‘Umble and oh so proud of this achievement, and we look forward to being out on the road, rockin’ hard, and sharing this celebration with our wonderful fans. ‘Appy days!”

Uriah Heep have proved themselves a stunning live band – keeping hardcore fans and consistently winning a whole new audience alike. CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF URIAH HEEP TOUR will be one of the rock events of 2022. Confirmed dates so far are as follows

Among venerable UK rock institutions, with Black Sabbath and Jethro Tull dispersing, we are, perhaps, really, down to just Deep Purple, Yes and Uriah Heep left to uphold the tradition of quality original progressive hard rock forged at the very beginning of a golden era for this music, late ‘60s into the nexus year that was 1970.

At that crossroads, along with Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, Uriah Heep helped invent a decorative and uniquely British form of heavy metal with their debut album, Very ‘Eavy, Very ‘Umble. The record was offered as a self-titled on American shores, but whatever the titling, it was historically massive in the invention of a music format that would rule the ‘70s and only intensify in the ‘80s.

Uriah Heep’s longevity is a testament to the band’s music, prolific song-writing, incredible live shows and tireless efforts. Legends is a term oft banded about – but it fits Uriah Heep. The band’s career spans over 50thyears and it has been a roller coaster: 25 studio albums, 21 official live albums, more than 45 million albums sold worldwide and over 4000 shows performed across 60 countries. 

From the aptly titled 1970 debut album Very ‘Eavy… Very ‘Umble, through to their last magnificent studio record Living The Dream, released in 2018, and DVD extravaganza Live at KOKO, London, Uriah Heep have always produced infectious hard rock blended with stunning melodies and intricate harmonies.