Alter Bridge announced a European Tour ‘Pawns & Kings’ via a post on their official Instagram account. The band surprised fans with two great bands, Halestorm and Mammoth WVH, joining them.

‘Walk The Sky’ is the sixth studio album of Alter Bridge, released in 2019. During the pandemic, they started to work on a follow-up. While they’re getting ready to release a follow-up album, the band announced an extensive European tour that will begin in November in Germany and end in December in England.

They announced the ‘Pawns & Kings’ tour that will cover 25 cities and 18 countries on their Instagram account and surprised fans with the guests that will join them. Halestorm and Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WVH will join Alter Bridge on their fall tour.

Alter Bridge’s Myles Kennedy announced the news by describing the upcoming tour as ‘delicious sonic’ and ‘earth-shattering.’ Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale said they miss their European fans and how excited she is to work with bands like Alter Bridge and Mammoth WVH for the shows.

Here is how they announced the tour on Instagram:

“The Pawns & Kings Tour!

Pleased to announce our return to The UK/EU on this completely stacked lineup! Our dear friends in Halestorm and Mammoth WVH will be joining us.”

Hale commented:

“To all our European Freaks, we’ve missed you and are so happy to announce that we are finally crossing the ocean to come and see you all again! This time around, we are sharing the stage with all our friends in the legendary Alter Bridge and the one, the only Mammoth WVH! You do not want to miss this show! I can’t wait to experience your passion, the Euro rock fans!!! See you front and center!”

Tour dates are as follows:

“Nov. 01 – Germany – Hamburg Sporthalle
Nov. 02 – Denmark – Copenhagen Falconer
Nov. 04 – Sweden – Gothenburg Partille Arena
Nov. 05 – Norway – Oslo Sentrum Scene
Nov. 07 – Poland – Katowice Mck
Nov. 09 – Luxembourg – Luxembourg Rockhal
Nov. 11 – Germany – Berlin Columbiahalle
Nov. 12 – Czech Republic – Prague O2 Universum
Nov. 14 – Hungary – Budapest Arena
Nov. 16 – France – Paris Palais Des Sports
Nov. 18 – Spain – Madrid Vistalegre
Nov. 20 – Spain – Barcelona Razzmataz1
Nov. 22 – Germany – Munich Zenith
Nov. 23 – Switzerland – Zurich Samsung Hall
Nov. 25 – Italy – Milan Mediolanum Forum
Nov. 26 – Croatia – Zagreb Dom Sportova
Nov. 28 – Austria – Vienna Wiener Stadthalle
Nov. 30 – Germany – Cologne Palladium
Dec. 01 – Netherlands – Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
Dec. 05 – England – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Dec. 06 – Scotland – Glasgow Sse Hydro Arena
Dec. 08 – Ireland – Dublin 3 Arena
Dec. 09 – England – Manchester Ao Arena
Dec. 11 – England – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
Dec. 12 – England – London O2 Arena”

You can see their Instagram post below.

Photo Credit: Alter Bridge – Instagram