Canadians Protest The Hero are pleased to unveil a set of headlining tour dates across the European grounds, scheduled for November/December, 2014. They will be accompanied by several bands: The Faceless, The Contortionist and Destrage (on certain dates). This tour will be the last one executed in support of their latest album Volition, released back in October, 2013.

The band comments: "As some of you may have already sniffed out online, we have announced our next tour overseas to Europe and the UK. We are pleased to bring what we feel is an amazing lineup, and we may have some more tricks up our sleeves for these shows to make em even better. We hope to see you on our final EU and UK trek on the Volition album cycle."






Tour dates:

14.11.14 - Germany, Leipzig @ Conne Island
15.11.14 - Czech Rep., Pilsen @ Pod Lampou
16.11.14 - Germany, Berlin @ Bi Nuu
18.11.14 - Norway, Oslo @ John Dee *
19.11.14 - Sweden, Gothenburg @ Sticky Fingers *
20.11.14 - Denmark, Aarhus @ Voxhall *
21.11.14 - Holland, Enschede @ Atak
22.11.14 - Germany, Köln @ Essigfabrik
24.11.14 - Belgium, Antwerpen @ Trix
25.11.14 - GBR, Southampton @ Mo Club *
26.11.14 - GBR, Manchester Academy 2 *
28.11.14 - Ireland, Dublin @ Voodoo Lounge *
29.11.14 - GBR, Belfast @ Limelight 2 *
30.11.14 - GBR, Wolverhampton @ Wulfrun Hall *
01.12.14 - GBR, Edinburgh @ Studio 24 *
02.12.14 - GBR, London @ Koko *
04.12.14 - France, Paris @ Trabendo
05.12.14 - Germany, Karlsruhe @ Substage
06.12.14 - Italy, Milan @ Live Forum
07.12.14 - Italy, Rome @ Traffic Club
08.12.14 - Germany, Munich @ Backstage
09.12.14 - Austria, Vienna @ Arena
10.12.14 - Switzerland, Geneve @ L'Usine
12.12.14 - Switzerland, Winterthur @ Gaswerk Kulturzentrum
13.12.14 - France, Lyon @ Warmaudio

* without Destrage


Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Protest The Hero
Event: Protest The Hero: European Tour 2014
 
Posted: 15.07.2014 by Abattoir



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BloodTears - 15.07.2014 at 16:34  
Damn it! Portugal does exist too, you know? Would love to see this tour, especially Protest and The Contortionist.
Troy Killjoy - 15.07.2014 at 17:39  
Written by BloodTears on 15.07.2014 at 16:34
Damn it! Portugal does exist too, you know? Would love to see this tour, especially Protest and The Contortionist.

Funny that a populated city like Lisbon doesn't make sense for a show but apparently my little hometown does.
Marcel Hubregtse - 15.07.2014 at 17:48  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.07.2014 at 17:39

Written by BloodTears on 15.07.2014 at 16:34
Damn it! Portugal does exist too, you know? Would love to see this tour, especially Protest and The Contortionist.

Funny that a populated city like Lisbon doesn't make sense for a show but apparently my little hometown does.


Spain and Portugal are ignored for live gigs, a lot of time, due to the immense expenses concerned going over there. Even when one is from Europe or already touring within Europe.
Troy Killjoy - 15.07.2014 at 17:56  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 15.07.2014 at 17:48
Spain and Portugal are ignored for live gigs, a lot of time, due to the immense expenses concerned going over there. Even when one is from Europe or already touring within Europe.

It also helps when a band like this got to be as big as they are by starting out in the smaller Canadian cities like my hometown. They always make a point of returning to give back to some of the people that helped get their name out there and make them what they are today.

But you must be right about the Portugal/Spain thing. Whenever I see these Eurotours announced those countries are conveniently left off the list.
Marcel Hubregtse - 15.07.2014 at 17:58  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.07.2014 at 17:56


But you must be right about the Portugal/Spain thing. Whenever I see these Eurotours announced those countries are conveniently left off the list.


Same applies to Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Troy Killjoy - 15.07.2014 at 18:05  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 15.07.2014 at 17:58
Same applies to Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Unless you want to play in front of neckbeards.
Marcel Hubregtse - 15.07.2014 at 18:08  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.07.2014 at 18:05

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 15.07.2014 at 17:58
Same applies to Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Unless you want to play in front of neckbeards.


Since when are those two countries more neckbearded than the rest of the world?
Troy Killjoy - 15.07.2014 at 18:11  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 15.07.2014 at 18:08
Since when are those two countries more neckbearded than the rest of the world?

Only when Alestorm tours there.
Marcel Hubregtse - 15.07.2014 at 18:15  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.07.2014 at 18:11

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 15.07.2014 at 18:08
Since when are those two countries more neckbearded than the rest of the world?

Only when Alestorm tours there.


Suffering from Tanner virus to the brain, you?
BloodTears - 15.07.2014 at 20:28  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 15.07.2014 at 17:39

Written by BloodTears on 15.07.2014 at 16:34
Damn it! Portugal does exist too, you know? Would love to see this tour, especially Protest and The Contortionist.

Funny that a populated city like Lisbon doesn't make sense for a show but apparently my little hometown does.


You're from Toronto, right? That explains it. Canada is on the map, we aren't And like Marcel explained, bands don't want to make the effort. We have very passionate fans and the bands that do come here always come back. So, I blame promoters too.
Troy Killjoy - 15.07.2014 at 22:31  
Written by BloodTears on 15.07.2014 at 20:28
You're from Toronto, right?

A much smaller town about 200 or so kilometers away, actually. Protest the Hero would rather perform in front of a sardine-can venue of 100 people rather than go to Portugal I guess.
SceneryOfLoss - 18.07.2014 at 23:24  
Written by BloodTears on 15.07.2014 at 20:28

You're from Toronto, right? That explains it. Canada is on the map, we aren't And like Marcel explained, bands don't want to make the effort. We have very passionate fans and the bands that do come here always come back. So, I blame promoters too.


I think besides promoters and the costs, I also blame the current economic situation. In Portugal, people cannot afford as much concerts as they could in the past. Some cannot afford them at all. I've seen many in that situation.

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