Eminem's comeback continues as the rapper heads to Europe for a huge series of live shows to promote new album Revival.
The album is Eminem's first in four years featuring a slew of superstar collaborators including Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, Pink, Skylar Grey, Kehlani, and Phresher. Debuting at the top spot in the Billboard 200, Revival is already a hit at the charts and this summer, the multi-award winning rapper is off to see if it brings him success on the road as well.
The Upcoming 'Revival' Tour
The solo European tour will take the "Walk on Water" rapper all throughout the continent starting with the Obos Oslo Sommertime Festival in Oslo on June 30 and closing with two huge shows in London on July 15.
In between, Eminem will be stopping in Stockholm, Sweden on July 2, Roskilde, Denmark on July 4, Zurich, Switzerland on July 6, Milan, Italy on July 7, Hannover, Germany on July 10, Nijmegen, Netherlands on July 12, and London UK in July 14 and 15.
The two-week marathon will include a number of music festivals as well as a massive two-night concert at the Twickenham Stadium in London, which is known as one of the largest stadiums in the entire Europe. Back in 2014, Eminem performed for two nights to a sold-out crowd in Wembley Stadium, which has a capacity of 90,000.
Eminem's Revival tour ticket is slated to go on sale starting Friday, Feb. 2.
Eminem's Festival Appearances
In a recent interview with Billboard, Eminem kept vague on his specific plans for the year, saying that he's still in "writer mode" at the moment. However, it looks like the rapper is ready for a good series of live shows throughout the early and middle part of 2018.
Aside from the upcoming European tour, the multiple Grammy winner has signed on for appearances in a number of the biggest music festivals of the year in the United States.
In April, the rapper will be one of the headliners of the famed Coachella Music Festival in California along with other big names like Beyoncé and The Weekend. The following month, he will be heading to the East Coast for a one-day gig at the Boston Calling.
Before starting his European run in June, Eminem will also be performing at the Governor's Ball Music Festival in New York, the Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, and the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware.