Mans Zelmerlow on European tour

The winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2015 announced his European Tour which will start in September. Mans Zelmerlow will visit several countries and cities to promote his new album “Perfectly damaged” released on 3rd June. Eurovision entry “Heroes” was the lead single from this album. Second single is “Should’ve gone home” released last Wednesday. Worth to mention, Zelmerlow performed this song during Lotta på Liseberg and you can watch the video below:

Mans Zelmerlow will mostly visit Western European countries. His “The Heroes Tour Europe” will start in Ireland (Dublin, Olympia Theatre) on 22nd September. Two days later he will perform in popular gay club Heaven in London (United Kingdom). Next stops are The Netherlands (Amsterdam, Paradiso – Sep 25th) and Germany (Kesselhaus in Munich on Sep 26th and Grosse Freiheit in Hamburg on Sep 29th). Swedish singer will once again visit Vienna as well – his concert is scheduled on September 27th in Ottagrkinger Brauerei, known as Euroclub during Eurovision 2015 season. Last day of September Mans will spend in Zurich, Switzerland.

In October fans from Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic, Latvia, Estonia, Finland and Denmark will be able to meet the winner of Eurovision as he will perform in Cologne (Oct 2nd), Paris (Oct 3rd), Frankfurt (Oct 4th), Leuven (Oct 5th), Milan (Oct 7th), Berlin (Oct 9th), Prague (Oct 11th), Riga (Oct 13th), Tallinn (Oct 14th), Turku (Oct 15th), Helsinki (Oct 16th) and Copenhagen (Oct 26th). We have good news for Spanish fans as well – Mans Zelmerlow will visit Madrid and Barcelona on November 3-4th to conclude his tour.

According to the fans and betting odds Mans Zelmerlow is one of the hot favorite to co-host Eurovision Song Contest 2016 in Stockholm. Nothing has been decided yet and Mans didn’t comment those news so far. Sweden won the Eurovision Song Contest for the 6th time and the SVT’s goal now is to reach the Irish record of seven Eurovision victories.

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