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Austin Mahone Plans Euro Excursion

11:01 AM Thursday 2/11/16 | |

Europe is on Austin Mahone’s radar following his April 9 gig at the Paradise International Music Fest in The Philippines.  Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Paris, Amsterdam and London are among the destinations with tickets going on sale this week.

  • Austin Mahone

    Citi Field, New York City
    September 27, 2014

    (Select Artists Associates)

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Named by MTV as an “Artist To Watch” Mahone scored the highly visible spot of opening for Taylor Swift on the latter’s “Red” tour.  Upon the release of his latest mixtape, This Is Not The Album, in December, Mahone then told Entertainment Weekly that he didn’t know when the album was coming out and that he wanted to issue something that would “hold the fans over.”

“I’m just taking my time with [the album], because I want it to be perfect for my fans,” Mahone told Entertainment Weekly. “It’s my first one.  I want to make it a huge impact when I release it.”

Mahone’s journey doesn’t end with the last European concert.  Three days after playing Madrid, Mahone will travel to Mexico where he’ll play Guadalajara April 27; Monterrey April 28 and Mexico City April 30. 

Here’s the schedule for Europe:

April 12 – Stockholm, Sweden, Arenan
April 13 – Oslo, Norway, Sub Scene
April 14 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Falconer Hall
April 15 – Hamburg, Germany, Docks Konzerte Disco
April 17 – Paris, France, La Cigale
April 18 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Melkweg
April 19 – London, England, The O2 – London
April 21 – Milan, Italy, Fabrique
April 23 – Oporto, Portugal, Coliseu Do Porto
April 24 – Madrid, Spain, La Riviera

Fan club presales began this week and general onsales start Feb. 12.  Click on this link for more information.


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