Dream Theater Announce European Tour

Dream Theater have announced that their 2012 will start off with a full tour of Europe.

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Dream Theater have announced that their 2012 will start off with a full tour of Europe.

Before they cross the pond for the 5-week trek with openers Periphery, DT will release their new album, "A Dramatic Turn Of Events," on September 13, and play a 5-week North American tour beginning September 24 in San Francisco.

To help launch the new album, DT will take part in an in-store signing session at Guitar Center (25 West 14th Street) in New York City on Friday, September 16 at 6 p.m.

Attendance is strictly limited to 400 fans, so in order to guarantee yourself a spot in line, you must go to Guitar Center starting September 13 and purchase the band's new record; along with your CD, you'll be given a wristband which will get you into the event on Friday the 16th.

Dream Theater 2012 European tour dates:

01/23 Helsinki, Finland Icehall 01/25 Stockholm, Sweden Hovet 01/26 Oslo, Norway Valhall 01/27 Copenhagen, Denmark KB Hallen 01/29 Poznan, Poland Arena Hall 01/30 Berlin, Germany Columbialle 02/01 Zwolle, Holland IJsselhallen 02/02 Dusseldorf, Germany Mistubishi Electric-Halle 02/03 Paris, France Le Zenith 02/05 Hannover, Germany AWD Hall 02/06 Offenbach, Germany Stadthalle 02/08 Glasgow, UK Clyde Auditorium 02/09 Manchester, UK Apollo 02/10 London, UK Wembley Arena 02/12 Luxembourg, Luxembourg Rockhal 02/13 Stuttgart, Germany Liederhalle 02/14 Wettingen (Zurich), Switzerland Sportzentrum Tagerhard 02/17 Budapest, Hungary Arena 02/18 Vienna, Austria Gasometer 02/20 Pordenone, Italy Palasport 02/21 Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum 02/22 Perugia, Italy Palaevangelisti 02/24 Barcelona, Spain Palau St Jordi 02/25 Madrid, Spain Palacio Vistalegre 02/26 Lisbon, Portugal Coliseum

Thanks for the report to RockAAA.com.

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    Eirien
    Yay, finally! I was getting sick of hearing them going on about their world tour of North America.
    DegaDeth
    blackenedktulu wrote: Once again, for the umpteenth time, no mention of Ireland. What a bunch of dickheads.
    My thoughts exactly. Might see if any of my friends want to head to Manchester or Glasgow
    Glass Prisoner
    DegaDeth wrote: blackenedktulu wrote: Once again, for the umpteenth time, no mention of Ireland. What a bunch of dickheads. My thoughts exactly. Might see if any of my friends want to head to Manchester or Glasgow
    The Clyde Auditorium is nice, man. But it's all seated, in case you're not into that, and probably more expensive. And if you are, don't take my damn ticket!!
    randyaintdead82
    Periphery and Dream Theater and I don't live in Europe? Fuck me sideways they had to get Trivium...
    DegaDeth
    Glass Prisoner wrote: DegaDeth wrote: blackenedktulu wrote: Once again, for the umpteenth time, no mention of Ireland. What a bunch of dickheads. My thoughts exactly. Might see if any of my friends want to head to Manchester or Glasgow The Clyde Auditorium is nice, man. But it's all seated, in case you're not into that, and probably more expensive. And if you are, don't take my damn ticket!!
    Lol. Sounds alright tbh. Glad all my friends that like DT like Periphery as well, so it'll be easier to talk them into it :p
    yuvalg
    blackenedktulu wrote: Once again, for the umpteenth time, no mention of Ireland. What a bunch of dickheads.
    You know where i live??
    LBBC
    well, it's a bit of a trek, but after hearing the new album, i'm definitely going to manchester! i already prefer mangini to portnoy so it's gonna be awesome!
    krakkrox
    Ahhhhh man.... DT's tickets are near gone already as per the usual, and what's left is mad expensive... looks like I might have to miss them yet again.....