NewsOctober 1, 2022 3:00 PM ET2,230 views

Helloween announce US tour with Hammerfall

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Carlos Andrés

German power metal heavyweights Helloween and Swedish HammerFall will tour North America next year on the United Forces 2023 Tour. This tour begins in Dallas, Texas, and concludes in San Francisco, California, so check out the dates below. You can purchase tickets here.

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5/13 Dallas, TX @ The Factory
5/16 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
5/18 Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
5/20 New York, NY @ Terminal 5
5/21 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
5/23 Toronto, ON @ History
5/24 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Hall
5/26 Chicago, IL @ The Riviera
5/27 Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore
5/30 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
6/1 Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
6/2 Los Angeles, CA @ YouTube Theater
6/3 San Francisco, CA @ The Warfield

Search for tours coming to your city here.

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rick_tocchet 120 days ago

Fight me in Saint Pete you posers.

anonymous 120 days ago

Who?

anonymous 120 days ago

Just stay in Germany please.

anonymous 120 days ago

Fight me in San Francisco

anonymous 120 days ago

f*ck me in San Francisco. I'm gay.

anonymous 120 days ago

Doodoo

anonymous 118 days ago

ill be at the toronto date, helloween is one of the greatest bands of all time.

anonymous 118 days ago

Eddie Trunk is stoked. No backing tracks for these boyos.

anonymous 118 days ago

Not a single female will be attending this

anonymous 116 days ago

No San Antonio Texas tour ???

anonymous 116 days ago

I Love to give a warm welcome with open arms to Helloween and Hammerfall, Love y'all Hellowee ! Been jamming to them all my life, for the first time I'll be seeing you in Texas , one of the greatest all time inspirational power metal bands of all time in my generation, thanks for stopping by see you at the show!




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