PANTERA Announces 2025 European Tour

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Less than two weeks after announcing its first U.K. and Ireland tour in over 20 years, PANTERA has unveiled the dates for a new European tour scheduled for January and February 2025.

Before embarking on their five-date U.K./Ireland run, the reunited band will commence a European tour starting January 21, 2025 in Helsinki, Finland. They will visit various cities in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Germany, Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland, concluding this leg of the tour on February 15 in Paris, France.

Says PANTERA: “Guess what, Europe? We are coming for you! See you in early 2025.”

Tour dates:

Jan. 21 – Helsinki, FI @ Ice Hall
Jan. 23 – Stockholm, SE @ Hovet
Jan. 24 – Oslo, NO @ Spektrum
Jan. 26 – Copenhagen, DK @ Royal Arena
Jan. 28 – Amsterdam, NL @ AFAS Live
Jan. 31 – Ljubljana, SI @ Arena Stožice
Feb. 01 – Ostrava, CZ @ Ostravar Aréna
Feb. 03 – Budapest, HU @ Budapest Arena
Feb. 04 – Kraków, PL @ Tauron Arena
Feb. 06 – Hamburg, DE @ Sporthalle
Feb. 07 – Berlin, DE @ Max-Schmeling-Halle
Feb. 09 – Düsseldorf, DE @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
Feb. 10 – Brussels, BE @ Forest National
Feb. 12 – Bologna, IT @ Unipol Arena
Feb. 13 – Zürich, CH @ Hallenstadion
Feb. 15 – Paris, FR @ Adidas Arena

PANTERA, consisting of Phil Anselmo on vocals, Rex Brown on bass, Zakk Wylde on guitar, and Charlie Benante on drums, is set to headline major festivals in North America, South America, and Europe. Additionally, they will be performing their own headline concerts and supporting METALLICA on a massive stadium tour in 2024. This marks a significant moment for PANTERA fans, as it is the first time the band’s surviving members have come together for live performances in over two decades.

According to Billboard, the lineup has been given a green light by the estates of the band’s founders, drummer Vincent “Vinnie Paul” Abbott and guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, as well as Brown, who previously said Wylde wouldn’t tour with PANTERA if a reunion were to happen. It’s unclear what changed his mind.