NEWS: Kendrick Lamar announces European dates for 2018

NEWS: Kendrick Lamar announces European dates for 2018

Kendrick Lamar, is set to embark on the European leg of THE DAMN. TOUR in the Spring of 2018. THE DAMN. TOUR will see Kendrick perform 15 dates across 11 different countries beginning on 7th February in Dublin, Ireland at the 3Arena, and includes dates in the UK, Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

THE DAMN. TOUR follows the release of his fourth album DAMN.  (Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath/Interscope Records), which features 14 tracks observing the complexities of today’s culture.

Full Tour Dates

February 2018
Wednesday 7th              Dublin, Ireland                           3Arena
Friday 9th                       Birmingham, UK                        Genting Arena
Saturday 10th                 Manchester, UK                        Arena
Sunday 11th                   Glasgow, UK                             SSE Hydro
Monday 12th                  London, UK                               The O2
Tuesday 13th                 London, UK                               The O2
Thursday 15th                Frankfurt, Germany                   Festhalle
Thursday 22nd               Cologne, Germany                    Lanxess Arena
Friday 23rd                     Amsterdam, Netherlands           Ziggo Dome
Sunday 25th                   Paris, France                             AccorHotels Arena
Tuesday 27th                  Antwerp, Belgium                      Sportpaleis

March 2018
Thursday 1st                  Copenhagen, Denmark             Royal Arena
Friday 2nd                      Oslo, Norway                             Telenor Arena
Saturday 3rd                  Stockholm, Sweden                   Ericsson Globe
Monday 5th                    Berlin, Germany                         Mercedes-Benz Arena

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