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For the first time in nearly five years, the Dave Matthews Band will return to Europe for a fully-fledged tour. The newly shared dates are slated to begin on April 2, when the ensemble takes the stage at Afas Live in Amsterdam, followed by a tight run of additional stops, intermixed with a pair of London appearances at the famed Royal Albert Hall.

After the initial tour date, Dave Matthews Band will take part in two stops in Germany before a jaunt up to Oslo, where they will play on April 7. While in the region, the jammers will also participate in concerts in Stockholm and Copenhagen before turning up in Poland on April 14. Continuing the run, they’ll take up dates in Berlin and Prague before a trio of Italian stops.

As mentioned, the band will jump over to London on April 24 and 25 for two gigs, in addition to an ensuing occasion at 3 Arena in Dublin. Afterward, they’ll pick up a gig at O2 Apollo in Manchester, a sprinkling of added European appearances in Brussels and Paris, as well as a tour finale on May 5 at Altice Arena in Lisbon.

The newly announced European tour dates will arrive after the annual Dave & Tim destination concert vacation in Mexico. Learn more. Tickets for DMB’s European tour dates go on sale to the general public this Friday, Sept. 22. For more information, visit the band’s official website.

Dave Matthews Band Europe 2024 Tour Dates:

April 2 – Afas Live – Amsterdam 

April 4 – Palladium – Cologne, Germany 

April 5 – Swiss Life Hall – Hannover, Germany

April 7 – Spektrum – Oslo

April 8 – Cirkus – Stockholm 

April 10 – Royal Arena – Copenhagen

April 12 – Torwar – Warsaw 

April 14 – Verti Music Hall – Berlin 

April 16 – O2 Universum – Prague

April  17 – Gasometer – Vienna

April 19 – Mediolanum – Milan 

April 20 – Mandela Forum – Florence 

April 24 – Royal Albert Hall – London 

April 25 – Royal Albert Hall – London 

April 27 – 3 Arena – Dublin 

April 29 – O2 Apollo – Manchester 

May 1 – Forest National – Brussels 

May 2 – Salle Pleyel – Paris 

May 5 – Altice Arena – Lisbon