World tour news!
Last week in an interview with Dale Winton on BBC's Radio 2, Magne hinted at a-ha's world tour plans for 2010, including a long awaited return to Australia, Japan and America. We now have some more 'hints' about the band's 2010 tour schedule!
The year 2010 marks the 25th anniversary of a-ha's first Number 1 hit, 'Take on Me.' There will be a reissue of 'Hunting High and Low' to coincide with their anniversary world tour. Magne said in an interview with BBC News, "For the anniversary, we want to do something creative and revisit material in a different way and make something special for the fans."
Although the following timeframes and countries are not 100% confirmed, we understand this is the general tour schedule for 2010. As specific cities, venues and dates are confirmed, we'll add them to the Upcoming Events page.
In November 2009, the European tour will be extended. The band will also add a show in Tokyo, Japan.
January will bring a-ha back to Australia for the first time since their first world tour, which opened in Perth, Australia on June 3, 1986.
Fans in South America, Canada and the United States can look forward to some concerts in March.
In May and June, a-ha will return to Europe and do some festivals.
It will be a very busy year for a-ha - touring will pick up again in October 2010!
Published Dienstag, 28. Juli 2009 14:42