The global spread of Covid-19 continues to shake up the entire ecosystem of touring artists.
We are thus sorry to announce that W.A.S.P.’s concert, scheduled for May 14, 2022, is postponed to Thursday, May 11, 2023, same schedule.
A statement from Blackie Lawless: “With enormous frustration I’m forced to announce W.A.S.P. must postpone the 2022 European leg of the 40th Anniversary World Tour. This hideous pandemic that’s striped people of their freedom and lives, that’s caused countless artist’s to cancel or postpone shows for years, once again has reared its vicious head to claim us… again! For years we’ve worked really hard to make this tour our celebration, for not only for the fans, but for all of us involved. I’m sad, mad, tired and pissed off, but I’ll quote from the great W.E. Henley’s poem Invictus, “My Head is Bloody, But Unbowed”. That’s what I want from all of you, to go beyond this place of pain and loss, and NEVER bow to this THING! Our U.S. dates will continue as planned – BUT – WE WILL see you all next year Europe!!!”
Be patient, this concert promises to be more than memorable!
NB: The tickets of the previous concert on 06.11.2020, definitely cancelled, are no longer valid as they have all been refunded. Thank you for your understanding.
After a missed date in 2020, W.A.S.P. will return to our stage for a world tour celebrating the band’s 40th anniversary. A return to their roots with a deliberately disturbing show, a journey through the enormous discography of one of the most influential heavy metal bands: from the self-titled album (1984) to Re-Idolized (2017), via The Crimson Idol (1992) and Golgotha (2015).
An evocative name – Images of Eden – accompanied by dreamlike visuals made of angels, doves, diffuse lights and misty atmospheres. The framework is set, the band wants to make you dream and travel. On the sound side, we let ourselves be engulfed by their melodic and powerful compositions, a form of metal revisited through a soft intensity.