Helloween’s “Pumpkins United” 2020 European Tour Has Been Postponed

Helloween’s acclaimed “Pumpkins United” 2020 European Tour has been forced to postpone its previously announced European “United Alive World Tour Part II” due to the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe. The trek was scheduled to kick off on September 26 in Zvolen, Slovakia, and run through October 31 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Earlier today, Helloween released the following statement via social media (video below): “With a heavy heart we herewith announce that we are forced to postpone our United Alive Part 2 European Tour 2020. Initially scheduled to take place from the end of September until mid of November 2020, we now rescheduled the tour from April to June 2021. Tickets will remain valid.

 

“This never seen before pandemic challenges all of us, and we feel the risk of a contamination is still way too high. Besides, the national regulations of the individual countries make the execution of the tour in its entity very uncertain.

 

“A HELLOWEEN concert should be a gathering of all fans having fun, enjoying themselves by celebrating the music we all love. The current situation worldwide does not allow such an unconcerned manner yet. We also decided to shift the release of our yet untitled new album to early next year. The production is on the home stretch: The mixing, by Ronald Prent in New York, is working to the fullest.”

 

Said singer Andi Deris: “We are super proud of the result and can ́t wait to celebrate the new songs together with our fans live — but we all need to be a bit more patient. Health comes first!!”

 

 

“United Alive World Tour Part II” 2021 dates:

Apr. 16 – RUS -St. Petersburg, A2

Apr. 18 – RUS – Moscow, Adrenaline–Stadium

Apr. 24 – ES – Barcelona, St.Jordi Club

Apr. 25 – ES – Madrid, WiZink Center

Apr. 27 – IT – Milan, Lorenzini District

Apr. 28 – CH – Zurich, Samsung Hall

Apr. 30 – DE – Hamburg, Sporthalle

May 01 – DE – Stuttgart, Schleyer-Halle

May 03 – HU – Budapest, Papp Laszlo Sportarena

May 04 – AT – Vienna, Gasometer

May 05 – CZ – Prague, O2 Arena

May 07 – PL – Katowice, MCK

May 08 – SK – Zvolen, Ice Stadium

May 11 – EE – Tallinn, Noblessneri Valukoda

May 13 – FI – Helsinki, Black Box

May 15 – SE – Gothenburg, Partille Arena

May 22 – UK – Manchester, Manchester Academy

May 23 – UK – London, Brixton Academy

May 24 – FR – Paris, Olympia

May 26 – FR – Lyon, Le Transbordeur

May 28 – LU – Luxembourg, Rockhal

May 29 – DE – Bochum, Ruhrcongress

Jun. 10 – BG – Sofia, Arena Armeec

Jun. 12 – GR – Athens, Olympic Complex