Due to coronavirus restrictions, W.A.S.P. has postponed its European 40th-anniversary tour, originally scheduled for spring of 2022, until the spring of 2023. The new dates will take place in March, April and May of 2023. All tickets previously purchased for the 2022 tour will be valid at the rescheduled 2023 shows. W.A.S.P. leader Blackie Lawless commented: "With enormous frustration, I'm forced to announce W.A.S.P. must postpone the 2022 European leg of the 40th-anniversary world tour. This hideous pandemic that's stripped people of their freedom and lives, that's caused countless artists to cancel or postpone shows for years, once again has reared its vicious head to claim us… again! For years we've worked really hard to make this tour our celebration, for not only for the fans, but for all of us involved. I'm sad, mad, tired and pissed off, but I'll quote from the great W.E. Henley's poem 'Invictus': 'My head is bloody, but unbowed.' That's what I want from all of you, to go beyond this place of pain and loss, and NEVER bow to this THING! Our U.S. dates will continue as planned — BUT — WE WILL see you all next year Europe!!!" W.A.S.P. "40 Years Live World Tour 2023" European tour dates: March 17 - England, Manchester - Academy March 18 - England, Wolverhampton - Steel Mill March 19 - England, Nottingham - Rock City March 21 - Scotland, Glasgow - O2 Academy March 22 - England, Newcastle - O2 City Hall March 23 - England, Bristol - O2 Academy March 24 - England, London - Roundhouse March 25 - Ireland, Dublin - National Stadium March 26 - N. Ireland, Belfast - Ulster Hall March 28 - Russia, Moscow - 1930 Moscow March 29 - Russia, Moscow - 1930 Moscow March 30 - Russia, St. Petersburg - Giant Hall April 08 - Netherlands, Eindhoven - Effenaar April 09 - Denmark, Cophenhagen - Amager Bio April 11 - Sweden, Malmo - Moriskan April 13 - Finland, Tampere - Pakkahuone April 14 - Finland, Helsinki - Kulttuuritalo April 15 - Finland, Oulu - Teatria April 16 - Sweden, Umea - Idum April 18 - Sweden, Sundsvall - Sporthallen April 19 - Sweden, Gavle - Gasklockan April 20 - Sweden, Eskilstuna - Lokomotivet April 21 - Sweden, Karlstadt - Nojesfabriken April 22 - Sweden, Stockholm - Stora Fallan April 23 - Sweden, Huskvarna - People's Park April 25 - Norway, Oslo - Rockefeller April 26 - Norway, Oslo - Rockefeller April 27 - Sweden, Norrkoping - Flygeln April 28 - Sweden, Kalmar - Kalmarsalen April 29 - Sweden, Gothenburg - Tradgarn May 01 - Germany, Bremen - Aladin Music Hall May 02 - Germany, Mannheim - Capitol May 03 - Germany, Oberhausen - Turbinenhalle May 04 - Germany, Stuttgart - LKA Longhorn May 05 - Germany, Saarbrucken - Garage May 06 - Germany, Geiselwind - Music Halle May 07 - Germany, Munich - Backstage Werk May 10 - Switzerland, Zurich - Komplex 457 May 11 - Switzerland, Laussane - Les Docks May 12 - Italy, Milan - Live Club May 13 - Italy, Padova - Padova Hall May 17 - Romania, Bucharest - Arenele Romane May 18 - Bulgaria, Sofia - Arena Sofia Few bands in the history of rock 'n' roll have ever incited the love, the hate, the raw emotional effect this band has had on the world. From the very beginning, in the small venues of Los Angeles, California, and later to the numerous countries worldwide that banned these winged assassins from performing live, the band's unique style of shock and rock caused religious organizations, local city councils, parliaments, and the Washington D.C. Senate to hold hearings in an effort to bar this group from selling records and trashing stages everywhere they played. The band's founding member, Blackie Lawless, has led the group as its lead vocalist and primary songwriter since its beginning. His unique brand of visual, social and political comment took the group to worldwide heights and sold millions of records alongside a legacy of sold-out shows across the globe for four decades. Joined by bassist Mike Duda and guitarist Doug Blair, whose tenures in the band span 26 and 18 years respectively, along with drummer extraordinaire Aquiles Priester, Lawless will take the band and the fans back to where it all started. Complete with the stage show extravaganza that many fans never saw live.

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