Sum 41 announce 2017 European tour

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Sum 41 will tour across Europe early next year, the band have confirmed.

Deryck Whibley and co have scheduled 40 dates which will see them on the road throughout January, February and March 2017.

The shows have been lined up in support of the band’s comeback album 13 Voices which was released earlier this month. It’s their first album 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder and comes on the back of Whibley’s recovery from a near fatal alcohol addiction.

He said: “I am really excited to be releasing an album after everything I’ve been through recently. This new music represents the journey I’ve been on throughout the process of making this record.

“I had to fall in order to rise, and nothing feels better than to have something you love that you had to really fight for. I can honestly say that 13 Voices saved my life and I cannot wait to share it with all of you.”

Sum 41 are currently on the road across North America. Their full list of dates can be seen below, with the new shows highlighted in bold.

Sum 41 tour dates

Oct 11: Boston House of Blues, MA
Oct 12: Philadelphia Fillmore , PA
Oct 13: Sayreville Starland Ballroom , NJ
Oct 14: New York Playstation Theater, NY
Oct 17: Montreal Metropolis, QC
Oct 18: Toronto The Phoenix, ON
Oct 19: Detroit St Andrews, MI
Oct 21: Chicago House of Blues, IL
Oct 22: Minneapolis Mill City Nights, MN
Oct 25: Edmonton Union Hall, AB
Oct 26: Calgary MacEwan Hall, AB
Oct 28: Vancouver Commodore, BC
Oct 29: Seattle Neptune, WA
Oct 30: Portland Hawthorne, OR
Nov 01: San Francisco Regency, CA
Nov 02: Riverside Municipal Auditorium, CA
Nov 04: Phoenix Livewire, AZ
Nov 05: San Diego House of Blues, CA
Nov 06: Los Angeles Mayan, CA
Dec 03: Santiago Frontera Festival, Chile
Dec 05: Buenos Aires Groove, Argentina
Dec 07: Porto Alegre Bar Opiniao, Brazil
Dec 08: Sau Paulo Tropical Butana, Brazil
Dec 10: Moterrey Escena, Mexico
Dec 11: Guadalajara C3 Stage, Mexico
Dec 12: Mexico City Pepsi Center WTC, Mexico
Jan 15: Malaga Paris 15, Spain
Jan 17: Barcelona Sala Razzmatazz, Spain
Jan 18: Madrid La Riviera, Spain
Jan 20: Lisbon Colisseum, Portugal
Jan 21: Bilbao Santana 27, Spain
Jan 22: Toulouse Bikini, France
Jan 24: Nimes la Paloma, France
Jan 25: Marseille Cabaret Aleatoire, France
Jan 26: Villeurbanne Le Transbordeur, France
Jan 28: Padova Gran Teatro Geox, Italy
Jan 29: Milan Mediolanum, Italy
Jan 31: Rome Atlantico Live, Italy
Feb 02: Lausanne Docks/Metropole, Switzerland
Feb 03: Zurich Volkshaus, Switzerland
Feb 04: Vienna Gasometer, Austria
Feb 06: Prague Roxy, Czech Republic
Feb 07: Warsaw Proxima, Poland
Feb 09: Berlin Astra, Germany
Feb 10: Leipzig Taubchenthal, Germany
Feb 11: Munich Muffathalle, Germany
Feb 16: Wiesbaden Schlachthof, Germany
Feb 17: Toppeln Lowensaal, Germany
Feb 18: Kolno Palladium, Poland
Feb 20: Clermont Ferrand La Cooperative De Mai, France
Feb 21: Rouen Le 106, France
Feb 22: Paris Zenith, France
Feb 24: Birmingham O2 Academy, UK
Feb 25: Manchester O2 Academy, UK
Feb 26: Leeds O2 Academy, UK
Feb 28: Glasgow Barrowlands, UK
Mar 02: London Brixton Academy, UK
Mar 03: Bristol Academy, UK
Mar 04: Nottingham Rock City, UK
Mar 06: Southampton Guildhall, UK
Mar 08: Brussels AB, Belgium
Mar 10: Tilburg O13, Netherlands
Mar 12: Lille Aeroneuf, France
Mar 13: Hamburg Grosse Freiheit, Germany
Mar 15: Stockholm Fryshuset, Sweden
Mar 17: Helsinki Tavastia, Finland

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