Helloween Add North American Dates To “Pumpkins United” Tour

Helloween have added some North American shows to their “Pumpkins United” world tour, which features the band performing with former members Michael Kiskse and Kai Hansen along with the current lineup, Michael Weikath, Markus Grosskopf, Andi Deris, Sascha Gerstner, and Dani Löble. Here’s the dates:

09/07 – Las Vegas, NV – House Of Blues
09/08 – Los Angeles, CA – Palladium
09/10 – Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
09/12 – Montreal, QC – MTELUS
09/14 – Worcester, MA – Palladium
09/15 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza

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Helloween Premiere “Pumpkins United” Lyric Video

Helloween have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Pumpkins United.” This track features former members Michael Kiskse and Kai Hansen along with the band’s current lineup, Michael Weikath, Markus Grosskopf, Andi Deris, Sascha Gerstner, and Dani Löble.

This lineup of the band will soon kickoff a tour as well:

10/19 – Escena – Monterrey, Mexico
10/21 – Arena Ciudad De Mexico – Mexico City, Mexico
10/23 – Bn Arena – San Jose, Costa Rica
10/25 – Gran Carpa de las Américas – Bogota, Colombia
10/28 – Espaço das Américas – São Paulo, Brazil (Sold Out)
10/29 – Espaço das Américas – São Paulo, Brazil
10/31 – Pepsi On Stage – Porto Alegre, Brazil
11/02 – Estadio Luna Park – Buenos Aires City, Argentina
11/03 – Teatro Caupolican – Santiago, Chile (Sold Out)
11/05 – Teatro Caupolican – Santiago, Chile (Sold Out)
11/10 – Samsung Hall – Zurich, Switzerland
11/11 – Porsche-Arena – Stuttgart, Germany (Sold Out)
11/12 – Zenith – München, Germany
11/14 – O2 Academy Brixton – London, United Kingdom
11/15 – Zénith Paris La Villette – Paris, France
11/18 – Medionlanum Forum – Milan, Italy
11/20 – 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands
11/24 – Ruhr Congress – Bochum, Germany
11/25 – Tipsport Aréna – Prague, Czech Republic
11/26 – Aegon-arena – Bratislava, Slovakia
11/28 – Hala Koło – Warsaw, Poland
11/30 – Black Box – Helsinki, Finland (Sold Out)
12/02 – Partille Arena – Partille, Sweden
12/04 – Tempodrom – Berlin, Germany
12/09 – Wiznik Center – Madrid, Spain
12/14 – Arena Armeec Sofia – Sofia, Bulgaria
12/15 – Romexpo – Bucharest, Romania
03/18 – Zepp – Sapporo, Japan
03/21 – Zepp Bayside – Osaka, Japan
03/23 – Zepp – Tokyo, Japan
03/24 – Zepp – Tokyo, Japan
03/25 – Zepp – Nagoya, Japan

Helloween Add More Dates To “Pumpkins United” Tour

As previously announced, Helloween will be heading out on their “Pumpkins United” world tour, which is set to feature former members Michael Kiskse and Kai Hansen along with the band’s current lineup, Michael Weikath, Markus Grosskopf, Andi Deris, Sascha Gerstner, and Dani Löble. Now, more dates have been added to the trek, which will be filled with three hour sets composed of tracks spanning the group’s entire career.

Tour Dates:

10/21 Azcapotzalco, Mexico – Arena Ciudad de Mexico
10/28 Sao Paulo, Brazil – Espaco Das Americas
10/29 Sao Paulo, Brazil – Espaco Das Americas
11/11 Stuttgart, Germany – Porsche-Arena
11/14 London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
11/18 Milan, Italy – Alcatraz
12/09 Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center

Helloween To Be Rejoined By Michael Kiske & Kai Hansen On “Pumpkins United” Tour

Helloween have announced that they will be joined by former members Michael Kiskse and Kai Hansen on their 2017-2018 world tour, which they are calling “Pumpkins United.” They will perform with the band’s current lineup, Michael Weikath, Markus Grosskopf, Andi Deris, Sascha Gerstner, and Dani Löble, who are planning three hour sets composed of tracks spanning their entire career. So far the group have been booked for one show on October 28, 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but there will be more shows added in Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the U.S. as well.

Grosskopf said the following:

“There’ll for sure be songs that we haven’t played in a very long time or even ever before. Whoever doesn’t secure tickets for this tour probably doesn’t have all their pumpkins in a row,”

Deris added:

“I’m so much looking forward to playing Michi’s and my tunes together with him live onstage. It’s going to be absolutely exceptional.”

Helloween Cancel Japanese Tour

Helloween drummer Daniel “Dani” Löble has been hospitalized with appendicitis, a needs some time to recover. As a result, the band’s Japanese tour has been cancelled.

The band said the following:

HELLOWEEN forced to cancel Japanese tour due to sudden illness of drummer Dani Loeble!
In the morning hours of June 14th, Helloween drummer Dani Löble was hospitalized with an appendix breakthrough. He undertook an emergency surgery and his doctors have strongly advised him to “rest for several weeks!“
Due to Dani’s sudden illness, the band has no choice but to postpone the scheduled Japanese tour starting this Sunday in Hiroshima. The promoter Creative Man Production Co., Ltd. is currently working on rescheduling the dates. Please keep your tickets and kindly wait for further instructions & updates via HELLOWEEN’s and Creative Man’s homepage and Facebook page – thank you!
HELLOWEEN deeply apologizes any inconvenience this may cause and greatly appreciates the understanding of their faithful Japanese fans!
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