Symphonic metal band Delain returns to the US this spring. Their tour starts in Louisville on April 16, and ends in Fort Lauderdale on May 13. Kamelot and Battle Beast will join Delain throughout the US.
April 16 | Mercury Ballroom | Louisville, KY
April 17 | The Underground | Charlotte, NC
April 18 | The Fillmore | Silver Spring, MD
April 20 | Irving Plaza | New York, NY
April 25 | Upstate Music Hall | Albany, NY
April 26 | Carnegie Music Hall | Pittsburgh, PA
April 27 | Concord Music Hall | Chicago, IL
April 28 | The Cabooze | Minneapolis, MN
April 29 | Wooly’s | Des Moines, IA
May 1 | Ogden Theater | Denver, CO
May 2 | The Complex | Salt Lake City, UT
May 4 | City National Civic | San Jose, CA
May 5 | Grove Anaheim | Anaheim, CA
May 6 | Marquee Theater | Phoenix, AZ
May 8 | House of Blues | Dallas, TX
May 9 | House of Blues | Houston, TX
May 11 | Center Stage | Atlanta, GA
May 12 | House of Blues | Orlando, FL
May 13 | Revolution | Ft. Lauderdale, FL
From humble origins in Zwolle, Netherlands, to their current status as one of the hottest bands in the entire heavy music world, Delain have written their own story, with every successive chapter taking them deeper into the spotlight’s glare. They began life as a symphonic metal band with big ambitions and bigger ideas, led by keyboard maestro Martijn Westerholt and the supreme vocal talents of Charlotte Wessels.
Emerging at a time when the world was clearly in need of music with a big heart and a grand vision, the Dutch crew made an immediate impact with their 2006 debut album Lucidity, singles Frozen and See Me In Shadow /and/ the extensive touring that followed, wherein these young musicians swiftly developed a reputation for putting on a dazzling show.