Eurovision Song Contest winner 2015, Måns Zelmerlöw, has just announced the dates for his upcoming ‘The Heroes Tour‘. A tour he’s going to be doing around Europe to not only please fans, but also to promote his new album, and one named, of course, after his winning Eurovision song.
‘The Heroes Tour‘ currently has 14 dates already locked in, with several more expected to be added in the next few weeks.
As Måns’ tour stands at the moment, however, it kicks off in Dublin on September 22nd, and then hits London, Amsterdam, Munich, Vienna, followed by various cities in Germany, then France, Denmark, Switzerland, and Finland.
The current last date of the tour is the 26th October in Copenhagen, although that could of course change as more dates are added.
Måns will also tour much of Sweden during July and August, so that should please his Swedish fans.
To buy tickets for Måns’ ‘The Heroes Tour‘, head to Live Nation to see what’s up and available.
And to listen to his new album, called ‘Perfectly Damaged‘, check out the various streaming links on Warner Music Sweden, or hit play on the Deezer widget below.
Meanwhile, here are some of the dates already released. Just keep checking Måns’ Instagram account for additional ones as they release :
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