Meat Loaf announces European tour

Singer will play eight dates in the UK and Ireland

Meat Loaf announces European tour
Meat Loaf has announced details of a new European tour, which includes eight live dates in the UK and Ireland.

The singer will kick off the tour at the Plymouth Home Park Stadium on June 27.

Meat Loaf will play:

Plymouth Home Park Stadium (June 27)
Cork Docklands Marquee (29)
Liverpool Echo Arena (July 2)
Bath Recreation Ground (4)
Hampshire Romsey Broadlands(6)
Nottingham Trent FM Arena (9)
York Castle Howard (11)
Norwich Blickling Hall (13)
Gelsenkirchen (19)
Berlin Zitadelle (21)
Hamburg Stadtpark (23)
Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall (August 4)
Norway Bergen (8)
Helsinki Old Ice Hall (11)
Linkoping Cloetta Center (13)
Jutland Open Air Kolding Stadium (15)
Sjaeland Open Air Hilleroed Stadium (16)

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