AMARANTHE Announces Summer/Fall 2020 North American Tour With BATTLE BEAST

November 1, 2019

AMARANTHE will embark on a North American headlining tour in the summer/fall of 2020. The 37-date trek will kick off at the Soundstage in Baltimore on August 20, 2020 and will make stops in Chicago, Vancouver and Denver before concluding on October 2, 2020 at the Riverfront Live in Cincinnati, Ohio. Support on the trek will come Finnish metallers BATTLE BEAST and the Boston symphonic metal band SEVEN SPIRES.

The Swedish/Danish six-piece comments: "After thousands and thousands of fans asking for it, and more than two years since the last time, it is FINALLY time to announce our return to the North America! 'Excited' just only begins to describe it, as we have truly loved every single one of the many tours we have done on that beautiful continent. We will also bring our Finnish friends in the phenomenal BATTLE BEAST and our American buddies in SEVEN SPIRES will be opening on the tour, altogether truly a package worth seeing! We are already counting down the months, days and hours until we can get kicking in the USA again!"

General admission tickets for the tour are now available for purchase at

Confirmed dates:

Aug. 20 - Soundstage - Baltimore, MD
Aug. 21 - The Palladium (MA) - Worcester, MA
Aug. 22 - The Gramercy Theatre - New York, NY
Aug. 23 - Theatre Of Living Arts - Philadelphia, PA
Aug. 25 - Club Soda - Montreal, QC
Aug. 26 - Imperial de Quebec - Quebec City, QC
Aug. 27 - Mavericks - Ottawa, ON
Aug. 28 - MOD Club - Toronto, ON
Aug. 29 - The Eclectic Room - Angola, IN
Aug. 30 - Token Lounge - Westland, MI
Sep. 01 - Concord Music Hall - Chicago, IL
Sep. 02 - Apollo Theater - Belvidere, IL
Sep. 03 - Wooly's - Des Moines, IA
Sep. 04 - The Cabooze - Minneapolis, MN
Sep. 05 - Park Theatre - Winnipeg, MB
Sep. 06 - The Exchange - Regina, SK
Sep. 08 - The Starlite Room - Edmonton, AB
Sep. 09 - Dickens - Calgary, AB
Sep. 11 - The Venue - Vancouver, BC
Sep. 12 - El Corazon - Seattle, WA
Sep. 13 - Hawthorne Theatre - Portland, OR
Sep. 14 - Holy Diver - Sacramento, CA
Sep. 15 - Brick by Brick - San Diego, CA
Sep. 16 - Whisky a Go Go - West Hollywood, CA
Sep. 18 - Club Red - Tempe, AZ
Sep. 19 - Backstage Bar and Billiards - Las Vegas, NV
Sep. 20 - Liquid Joe's - Salt Lake City, UT
Sep. 21 - Bluebird Theater - Denver, CO
Sep. 23 - Trees - Dallas, TX
Sep. 24 - Come and Take it Live - Austin, TX
Sep. 25 - Scout Bar - Houston, TX
Sep. 26 - House of Blues - New Orleans, LA
Sep. 27 - House of Blues - Lake Buena Vista, FL
Sep. 29 - Rt 20 - Racine, WI
Sep. 30 - The Crafthouse - Pittsburgh, PA
Oct. 01 - The Underground - Charlotte, NC
Oct. 02 - Riverfront Live - Cincinnati, OH

With its foundations tracing back to 2008, AMARANTHE has released five albums thus far, consistently delivering hauntingly catchy tunes led by their unique three-part vocals. Within their arsenal of hit singles, a myriad tracks have been received very well via press and fans alike; having also gained countless plays on both radio stations around the globe and across streaming services (the group's songs have been streamed more than 100 million times on Spotify). A string of support tours has blazed AMARANTHE's trail in front of huge crowds as well as at their own headline concerts (the group impressively once performed in front of 10,000 fans at Liseberg, Gothenburg). They have kept working incredibly hard over the years, the latest product of which culminated in the form of "Helix", which achieved them some of their highest chart positions in the band's history.

Before AMARANTHE enter the studio once again, the sextet will embark on their Scandinavian "Helix" tour in November, followed by a support tour with Swedish metal giants SABATON alongside Finnish cello metallers APOCALYPTICA set to take place early next year.

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