Next summer, Johnny Depp and his band, Hollywood Vampires, which also includes Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and Tommy Henriksen, will embark on a European tour.

The rock ensemble, which was founded in 2012, was scheduled to perform a tour of the UK and Europe in 2021, but they were compelled to postpone it because of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.

The Hollywood Vampires had to postpone their rescheduled UK and European tour this summer, according to a statement.

“We tried trying to make it happen, but sadly the COVID-19 travel limitations’ uncertainty makes it impossible. Refunds in full will be acknowledged at the place of original purchase.

With the addition of the new dates, the band will perform six concerts in Germany and Luxembourg in the summer of 2023. Additional dates are apparently about to be revealed.

The following dates apply:

JUNE 2023
20 – Rudolf Weber-Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
21 – Rockhal, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
24 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
27 – Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany
28 – Citadel Music Festival, Berlin, Germany
30 – Summer in the City, Mainz, Germany

Tickets go on sale on Monday (June 27) at 11am CET. More information and tickets can be found here.

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Depp and Jeff Beck shared a brand-new cover of “Venus in Furs” by The Velvet Underground earlier this month.

When Depp unexpectedly appeared at Beck’s concert in Sheffield last month (May 29), he garnered media attention. The actor continued to perform with Beck on stage at a few subsequent shows despite still awaiting the outcome of his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard at the time. The two covered songs by John Lennon, Marvin Gaye, and Jimi Hendrix.

Next month, the duo will release their joint album, titled “18.” The album, which took three years to complete, will be released on July 15.

After winning his defamation case against his ex-wife Heard, Depp also posted a statement on social media to thank his supporters.

Depp received $10 million (£8 million) in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages as a result of the decision. Heard’s counterclaim against Depp was granted $2 million in compensatory damages. Heard intends to challenge the judgment.