Sabaton announce massive European tour for 2022

  Emerging from COVID lockdown, multi-Gold and Platinum Swedish metal band SABATON will tour North America as main support on Judas Priest’s 36-city, “50 Years of Metal” trek that starts on September 8 in Reading, PA. The U.S. and Canadian dates will mark Sabaton’s first time sharing a stage with Judas Priest and its first North American tour since 2018.  Prior to the Judas Priest tour, Sabaton will top the bill at two major European festivals: July 9 at Exitfest, held at the Petrovaradin Fortress, Serbia, and the Czech Republic's Rock Castle on August 20. The Spring of 2022 will see Sabaton bring its ground-breaking and breathtaking live shows to 26 cities in 17 European countries - "The Tour To End All Tours."  The complete itinerary is below; for all ticket purchasing info, visit

“Bigger, better, and more metal than ever,” said Sabaton’s bassist Pär Sundström.  “We are joining Judas Priest for an eight-week tour in North America this autumn, and guess if we are excited…Until then, COVID-19 can go to hell.”

Sabaton is known for its high-intensity, operatic heavy metal, juxtaposed with narratives that recount the harrowing yet epic tales of real-life historical battles and the brave men and women who fought in them. "History can be very boring because it’s far away and detached,” said vocalist Brodén. “But everybody loves a good story, so what we do is tell stories, personal and true stories.  We paint pictures with our lyrics and music, and our live shows, and try to bring history to life.” 

Sabaton's confirmed tour dates are as follows:

9  Exitfest, Petrovaradin Fortress, Serbia

20  Rock Castle, Moravsky Krumlov, Czech Republic



29-date headline tour of Sweden

Europe, "The Tour To End All Tours"


4   Spektrum, Oslo, Norway

5   Avicii Arena, Stockholm, Sweden

6   Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark

8   Barclays Arena, Germany, Hamburg

9   Rockhal, Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg

11  Mercedes Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany

12  O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic

13  Arena, Budapest, Hungary

15  Lorenzini District, Milan, Italy

16  Arena, Geneva, Switzerland

18  Wembley Arena, London, UK

19  First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK

20  Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK

22  Hydro, Glasgow, UK

24  Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium

25  Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands

26  Quarterback Immo Arena, Leipzig, Germany

28  La Seine Musicale, Paris, France

30  Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria

31  Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany


1  Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany

2  ZAG Arena, Hannover, Germany

4  Tauron Arena, Krakow, Poland

6  Saku Arena, Tallinn, Estonia

8  Kuopio Hall, Kuopio, Finland

9  Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland

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