Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth & Bad Wolves Confirm January 2020 UK Arena Shows

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Having long teased this tour through the “Mega Death Punch” website (www.megadeathpunch.com) – Five Finger Death Punch and Megadeth can today confirm their 2020 UK and European Tour plans.

FFDP, together with Megadeth and their friends Bad Wolves will hit the UK for two huge arena shows at the end of January 2020. They’ll play Cardiff Arena on January 30th, and follow it up with a show at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on January 31st.

These two shows form part of a much larger European tour for the three bands, which starts with a run of shows in Russia for Five Finger Death Punch without the other two bands. Megadeth and Bad Wolves join the party beginning in Helsinki, Finland on January 20th. A full list of dates follows below:

1/14 – Kiev, UA // Palace Of Sports **
1/16 – Moscow, RU // Adrenaline Stadium **
1/18 – St. Petersburg, RU // A2 **
1/20 – Helsinki, FI // Hartwell Arena
1/22 – Stockholm, SE // Hovet
1/23 – Oslo, NO // Spektrum
1/24 – Copenhagen, DK // Royal Arena
1/26 – Amsterdam, HL // AFAS Live
1/28 – Paris, FR // Zenith
1/30 – Cardiff, UK // Cardiff Arena
1/31 – London, UK // Wembley Arena
2/3 – Berlin, DE // Max-Schmeling Halle
2/4 – Hamburg, DE // Sporthalle
2/6 – Frankfurt, DE // Festhalle
2/8 – Oberhausen, DE // Koenig-Pilsener Arena
2/9 – Stuttgart, DE // Schleyerhalle
2/10 – Munich, DE // Olympiahalle
2/12 – Warsaw, Poland // Torwar
2/14 – Prague, CZ // Tipsport Arena
2/16 – Milan, IT // Alcatrazz
2/17 – Zurich, SE // Hallenstadion
2/19 – Vienna, AT // Stadthalle
2/20 – Budapest, HU // Budapest Sportarena

Tickets go on general sale this Friday (13th September). Artist pre-sales and other pre-sales (venues, Live Nation) – may be available this week – check with artists and ticket providers directly for details.

Five Finger Death Punch are currently hard at work on their eighth studio album and have recently passed three billion streams for their back catalogue across all digital streaming platforms. Megadeth are also hard at work on the follow up to 2016’s smash hit Dystopia while frontman Dave Mustaine is undergoing treatment for throat cancer. Bad Wolves are set to drop their sophomore album N.A.T.I.O.N on the 25th of October.

More news to come from all three bands as and when we have it here at Rock Sins!