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Joe Satriani announces rescheduled UK and EUROPEAN Tour Dates, now 2023


World-renowned guitar virtuoso, JOE SATRIANI, has made the very tough decision to once again reschedule his European tour. Originally scheduled to take place in 2020 it had been rescheduled to begin in April 2022. However, with the current Covid restrictions and quarantine mandates not yet standardized throughout the World, it has been decided that the best path forward is to reschedule once again. The new tour dates will now be moving to 2023. 

These NEWLY rescheduled shows are now set to begin on April 1, 2023, in Oslo, Norway and wind up on June 4th in Bordeaux, France. 
Fans who are holding tickets for these shows, originally planned to take place in April, May and June 2022, will be honored for the rescheduled dates. 

Joe’s rescheduled UK concerts have been moved to May 2023. The rescheduled UK dates include Birmingham Symphony Hall (Friday 12 May), Gateshead, Sage Hall 1 (Saturday 13 May), Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (Sunday 14 May), Glasgow, O2 Academy (Monday 15 May), Bexhill, De LaWarr Pavilion (Tuesday 16 May), and London Palladium (Wednesday 17 May). 

Satriani is set to release his new album, The Elephants of Mars, worldwide on April 8, 2022, via earMusic. His current band features celebrated drummer Kenny Aronoff (John Fogerty) bassist Bryan Beller (Aristocrats) and keyboardist Rai Thistlethwayte (Thirsty Merc) with Joe Satriani on guitar. 

Photo Credit: © Eduardo Peña Dolhun


April 2023 
1 Oslo, Norway @ Sentrum Scene 
2 Stockholm, Sweden @ Fryshuset Arenan
3 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Amager Bio
4 Odense, Denmark @ Posten
5 Aarhus, Denmark @ Train
7 Prague, Czech Republic @ Prague Congress Centre
8 Vienna, Austria @ Wiener Stadhalle
10 Budapest, Hungary @ Barba Negra Track
11 Warsaw, Poland @ Stodola Club
13 Enschede, Netherlands @ Muziekcentrum Enschede
14 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg the Max
15 Heerlen, Netherlands @ RABOzaal Heerlen
16 Antwerp, Belgium @ De Roma
17 Oberhausen, Germany @ Turbinenhalle Oberhausen
18 Nürnberg, Germany @ Löwensaal
20 Berlin, Germany @ Huxley’s Neue Welt
22 Zurich, Switzerland @ Volkshaus Zurich
24 Milano, Italy @ Teatro dal Verme
26 Napoli, Italy @ Teatro Augusteo
28 Lecce, Italy @ Teatro Politeama Greco
29 Roma, Italy @ Auditorium Conciliazione
30 Firenze, Italy @ Teatro Verdi

May 2023 
2 Bologna, Italy @ Europaditorium
4 Lyon, France @ Transbordeur
5 Nantes, France @ Cité des Congrès
6 Clermont-Ferrand, France @ Coopérative de Mai
7 Tours, France @ Le Vinci
9 Rennes, France @ Le Liberté
10 Saint-Malo, France @ La Nouvelle Vague
12 Birmingham, UK @ Birmingham Symphony Hall
13 Gateshead, UK @ Gateshead Sage 1
14 Manchester, UK @ Bridgewater Hall
15 Glasgow, Scotland @ O2 Academy Glasgow
16 Bexhill, UK @ Bexhill De La Warr
17 London, UK @ Palladium
19 Reims, France @ La Cartonnerie
20 Paris, France @ L’Olympia 
22 Metz, France @ Bam  
23 Besançon, France @ La Rodia  
24 Strasbourg, France @ La Laiterie
26 Karlsruhe, Germany @ Kulturzentrum Tollhaus Karlsruhe
27 Winterbach, Germany @ Salierhalle Winterbach
30 Toulouse, France @ Théâtre du Casino Barrière
31 Perpignan, France @ @ Le Médiator

June 2023
1 Barcelona, Spain @ Sala Barts
2 Madrid, Spain @ Sala la Riviera
3 Bilbao, Spain @ Santana 27 
4 Bordeaux, France @ Théâtre Femina  

More dates to be announced. 








Raymond Thomson - Deputy Editor

I am a photographer/musician/engineer living in Scotland. My passion is music and motocross and I share my work on facebook/punk4RT and facebook/madmaxmedia. I do like a bit of throw back to the heydays of the 60’s/70’s/80’s when it comes to taking shots of bands. I grew up on the music papers (NME/Sounds/Melody Maker) and drew influence from Pennie Smith/Jill Furmanovsky/Anton Corbijn/Bob Gruen/Adrian Boot/Charles Peterson.
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