Måneskin announce their rescheduled, upgraded Loud Kids Get Louder tour, including a show at London’s O2 Arena

The band's Loud Kids tour has been given a new shot of shows.
Photo credit: Frances Beach

After postponing their Loud Kids European tour, Måneskin have announced a new and upgraded Loud Kids Get Louder run.

Announcing the news, they explain: “We’re so thrilled to be able to finally tell you that our Loud Kids Tour got sooooo much louder, truly worldwide!!.”

“The Loud Kids Get Louder tour will actually see our very first headline tour in North America,” they continue. “All our rescheduled European indoor dates have been upgraded due to demand + we’ve added some new ones for all of you who missed the chance to get their tickets.”

“Also we really want to thank you for being so understanding during this long period as we got this in place. We know you’ve been waiting patiently for this announcement, and we feel very grateful towards all our beloved fans for your love, support and understanding. We missed you and we missed performing, and we can not wait to play for you all again!”

The new run includes an upgraded show at London’s O2 Arena, replacing their postponed show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.

Tickets for the new shows go on sale this coming Friday, 25th March. Måneskin will play:

October 2022
31 – Seattle, WA Paramount Theater

NOVEMBER
03 – San Francisco, CA Masonic Theater
10 – Phoenix, AZ AZ Federal Theater
12 – Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
14 – Denver, CO The Fillmore
18 – Detroit, MI Fillmore
21 – Toronto, ON History
24 – Montreal, QC MTelus
26 – Boston, MA MGM @ Fenway
28 – Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore

DECEMBER
02 – New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
05 – Washington DC Anthem
07 – Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
09 – Miami, FL Fillmore
12 – Houston, TX Bayou Theater
13 – Dallas, TX Southside Ballroom
16 – Las Vegas, NV Virgin Theater

February 2023
23 – Pesaro, Italy, Vitifrigo Arena
25 – Torino, Italy, Palalpitour
27 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome (previous venue: AFAS LIVE)

MARCH
02 – Bruxelles, Belgium, Forest National
03 – Bruxelles, Belgium, Forest National
06 – Berlin, Germany, Mercedes Benz Arena (previous venue: Verti Music Hall)
10 – Cologne, Germany, Lanxess Arena
13 – Paris, France, Accor Arena (previous venue: Zenith)
16 – Bologna, Italy, Unipol Arena
17 – Bologna, Italy, Unipol Arena
20 – Firenze, Italy, Nelson Mandela Forum
21 – Firenze, Italy, Nelson Mandela Forum
24 – Roma, Italy, Palazzo dello Sport
25 – Roma, Italy, Palazzo dello Sport
28 – Napoli, Italy, Palapartenope
29 – Napoli, Italy, Palapartenope
31 – Bari, Italy, Palaflorio

APRIL
03 – Milano, Italy Mediolanum, Forum
04 – Milano, Italy Mediolanum, Forum
06 – Milano, Italy Mediolanum, Forum
11 – Barcelona, Spain, Palau Saint Jordi
26 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion (previous venue: Halle 622)
28 – Wien, Austria Wiener, Statdhalle
30 – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, Rockhal

MAY
02 – Copenhagen, Denmark, The Royal Arena
05 – Milano, Italy, Mediolanum Forum
08 – London, UK, The O2 Arena (previous venue: O2 Academy Brixton)
12 – Warsaw, Poland, Torwar Hall
14 – Prague, Cz. Republic, O2 Arena (previous venue: Malá Sportovní Hala)
16 – Budapest, Hungary, Budapest Arena (previous venue: Barba Negra )
18 – Riga, Latvia, Arena Riga
19 – Tallin, Estonia, Saku Suurhall

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