Twenty One Pilots announce support act for 2019 UK and European tour

Get ready for The Regrettes.

The Regrettes have been confirmed to support Twenty One Pilots on their upcoming UK and European arena tour.

In support of their acclaimed 2018 No.1 album ‘Trench‘, rock duo Twenty One Pilots kick off a lengthy tour of the continent by starting in Russia tomorrow.

Now, LA punk band The Regrettes have revealed that they’ll be joining them on all European dates, with Twenty One Pilots’ Josh Dun declaring that the combo will be ‘super fun’.

This comes after The Regrettes’ Lydia Night joined Gerard Way on guest vocals for his recent Christmas single ‘Dasher‘.

The band’s debut album ‘Feel Your Feelings Fool!’ was released in 2017, with more new music expected to follow this year.

Last year, Twenty One Pilots’ Tyler Joseph made headlines when he opened up about the band’s insecurities.

“There’s certain things that you work through, as a human,” he said. “Obviously, there’s things where it’s like, ‘Are we good enough to play music for a living? Are we good enough to write songs and show people what we’re made of?’,” he said. “As things got bigger, there was some confidence instilled in us – like, ‘You know what? Actually we can do this…’

“But there are also a lot of aspects of doubt and insecurity that the level of success doesn’t even affect. And, partially, I’m glad, because I don’t necessarily want that external reward to solve some sort of internal issue.”

He added those doubts fuel their live shows, saying: “I think that Josh and I will take every stage with a bit of needing to overcome something, and wanting to work through something. We never want to feel completely comfortable; we want people to see us working through something, and for us to struggle, and see a bit of turmoil and chaos.”

As well as returning to the UK to headline Reading & Leeds Festival alongside Foo Fighters, Post Malone and The 1975 in August, Twenty One Pilots’ full upcoming UK and European tour dates are below.

February
2 – VTB Arena – Moscow, Russia
4 – Ice Palace – St. Petersburg, Russia
6 – Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland
8 – Ericsson Globe Arena – Stockholm, Sweden
9 – Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway
11 – Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark
12 – Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany
14 – Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany
15 – Atlas Arena – Lodz, Poland
16 – The O2 Arena – Prague, Czech Republic
17 – Wiener Stadthalle – Vienna, Austria
21 – Unipol Arena – Bologna, Italy
23 – Hallenstadion Zurich – Zurich, Switzerland
24 – Hanns-Martin-Schleyerhalle – Stuttgart, Germany
25 – Lanxess Arena – Cologne, Germany
27 – Genting Arena – Birmingham, United Kingdom

March
1 – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
2 – SSE Arena Belfast – Belfast, UK
4 – The SSE Hydro Arena – Glasgow, UK
5 – Manchester Arena – Manchester, UK
7 – The SSE Arena, Wembley – London, UK
8 – The SSE Arena, Wembley – London, UK
9 – The SSE Arena, Wembley – London, UK
11 – Accorhotels Arena – Paris, France
12 – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands
13 – Palais 12 – Brussels, Belgium
15 – Bizkaia Arena (BEC!) – Bilbao, Spain
16 – WiZink Center – Madrid, Spain
17 – Altice Arena – Lisbon, Portugal