Disturbed announce North American, UK and European 2019 tour dates

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Disturbed have announced an epic worldwide headline tour for 2019.

Starting in California in January, the Chicago metallers will travel across the United States, mainland Europe and the United Kingdom in support of new album Evolution.

Support for the American dates comes from Three Days Grace.

Last week, Disturbed were teasing the names of the cities their tour would be visiting, but now their official website has released full information of all shows. Tickets will go on sale October 26 and 10am local time, except for the Vienna date which goes on sale 24 hours earlier.

Frontman David Draiman also made headlines this week after he revealed why he'd removed his iconic chin piercings.

Disturbed 2019 tour dates

Jan 9: San Diego, Valley View Casino Center, CA
Jan 11: Los Angeles, The Forum, CA
Jan 12: Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena, NV
Jan 14: Phoenix, Gila River Arena, AZ
Jan 16: Denver, Pepsi Center, CO
Jan 17: Albuquerque, Tingley Coliseum, NM
Jan 19: Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena, UT
Jan 22: Lincoln, Pinnacle Bank Arena, NE
Jan 23: Kansas City, Sprint Center, MO
Jan 25: San Antonio, Alamodome, TX
Jan 26: Dallas, American Airlines Center, TX
Jan 28: Houston, Toyota Center, TX
Jan 30: Peoria, Peoria Civic Center, IL
Feb 1: Minneapolis, Target Center, MN
Feb 16: Nashville, Bridgestone Arena, TN
Feb 18: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center, PA
Feb 20: Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena, PA
Feb 21: Washington DC, Capital One Arena
Feb 23: Uncasville, Mohegan Sun Arena, CT
Feb 25: New York, Madison Square Garden, NY
Feb 27: Worcester, DCU Center, MA
March 1: Montreal, Place Bell, QC
March 2: Buffalo, KeyBank Center, NY
March 4: Toronto, Scotiabank Arena, ON
March 5: Detroit, Little Caesars Arena, MI
March 7: Grand Rapids, Van Andel Arena, MI
March 8: Rosemont, Allstate Arena, IL
April 18: Madrid, La Riviera, Spain
April 19: Barcelona, Razzmatazz, Spain
April 21: Zurich, Halle 622, Switzerland
April 22: Milan, Alcatraz, Italy
April 24: Vienna, Wiener Stadthalle, Austria
April 25: Munich, Zenith, Germany
April 27: Luxembourg, Rockhal, Luxembourg
April 28: Hamburg, Sporthalle Hamburg, Germany
April 30: Stockholm, Annexet, Sweden
May 1: Oslo, Sentrum Scene, Norway
May 3: Copenhagen, K.B. Hallen, Denmark
May 4: Berlin, Verti Music Hall, Germany
May 6: Cologne, Palladium, Germany
May 7: Amsterdam, AFAS Live, Netherlands
May 9: Paris, Elysée Montmartre, France
May 11: London, Alexandra Palace, United Kingdom
May 13: Glasgow, O2 Academy Glasgow, United Kingdom
May 14: Manchester, O2 Apollo Manchester­, United Kingdom

Luke Morton joined Metal Hammer as Online Editor in 2014, having previously worked as News Editor at popular (but now sadly defunct) alternative lifestyle magazine, Front. As well as helming the Metal Hammer website for the four years that followed, Luke also helped relaunch the Metal Hammer podcast in early 2018, producing, scripting and presenting the relaunched show during its early days. He also wrote regular features for the magazine, including a 2018 cover feature for his very favourite band in the world, Slipknot, discussing their turbulent 2008 album, All Hope Is Gone.