Due to huge demand, Nickelback have added a second London date to their 'Here & Now' tour. After starting the UK leg at the O2 Arena, the band will then return a week later to rock Wembley Arena on Monday the 8th of October.
Following the chart-topping success of their 2011 album, 'Here And Now', Canada's multi-million selling rock stars Nickelback are returning to the UK in October on their European tour for the first time in two and a half years.
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Part of a huge world trek, they are underlining their status as one of the planet's most popular live acts. Covering the length of the country in just seven days, Nickelback will remind you why they are one of the biggest bands in the world and have been for over a decade.
With fans including artists as diverse as Coldplay's Chris Martin, Timbaland and Avril Lavigne, Nickelback's live show is always one of the hottest tickets in town.
Over their career, the band have achieved five Grammy nominations, three American Music Awards as well as 12 Juno awards and were named 'Group of the Decade' by Billboard magazine in 2009. With multi-platinum hit albums and singles all over Europe and almost 45 million albums sold worldwide, it is clear that fans are thirsty for more from the Canadian foursome.
Massive hits including 'How You Remind Me' and 'Rockstar' join new favourites from the Roadrunner Records released 'Here And Now' album - like 'When We Stand Together', the ultimate party anthem 'Bottoms Up' and forthcoming single 'Lullaby' - for a Nickelback show to remember. Hard rocking, with worldwide radio anthems, this is a band with a reputation for providing a party wherever they go.
As Chad says, "We can't wait to get back and play in the UK. Our shows there have always been some of the most memorable for us and it's all because of the fans."
The band will be touring Europe, connecting with audiences old and new, rocking arenas for the masses and playing more intimate shows in countries where they make a long awaited return.
No show too big, no show too small, Nickelback are hungry for more.
Mon 01 Oct London, O2 Arena
Tue 02 Oct Birmingham, NIA
Thu 04 Oct Manchester Arena
Fri 05 Oct Newcastle Metro Arena
Sun 07 Oct Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Mon 08 Oct London Wembley Arena