Kamelot, one of the most exciting and innovative Metal acts in recent history, has announced their highly anticipated return to Europe on the heels of their new album release Poetry for the Poisoned. The 2011 European leg of The Pandemonium Tour, will begin on April 22nd at Paris’ famous Elysée Montmartre venue, taking their spectacular show to 18 top venues and a host of new cities in Europe.

In keeping with Kamelot’s flair for the theatrical, as well as their innovative and creative spirit, the second leg of the tour promises to push the limits of the live concert experience, bringing fans a spectacle even more eye-popping than what they experienced during the thrilling first leg of The Pandemonium Over Europe Part 1. “It’s still called the Pandemonium Tour, but it’s more theatrical and visual than before”, Thomas Youngblood said in a October interview. “It has a dark theme, a new stage design and more surprises for the Kamelot fans!”.

ICS Festival Service GmbH is the International tour promoter for The Pandemonium Tour and under the direction of Thomas Jensen, CEO Global Touring and Chairman – ICS who said: “Kamelot has set out to revolutionize Metal music and with their new production they continue to do exactly that. We’re thrilled to take The Pandemonium Tour to fans around the world”.

Kamelot is touring in support of Poetry for the Poisoned, which was released on September 10th, 2010, by earMusic/KMG Recordings. The album reached the band’s highest chart positions in their history with entries in the Billboard Top 10 Hard charts and several Top 40 entries around the world. The album is the follow-up to 2007’s Ghost Opera.

Tickets on sale on 15th November 2010 via www.kamelot.com & www.metaltix.com

Apr 22, 2011 – Paris (France) @ Elysée Montmartre
Apr 23, 2011 – Amsterdam (The Netherlands) @ Paradiso
Apr 24, 2011 – Antwerp (Belgium) @ Hof Ter Lo
Apr 27, 2011 – Nottingham (United Kingdom) @ Rock City
Apr 28, 2011 – London (United Kingdom) @ KoKo
Apr 29, 2011 – Luxemburg (Luxemburg) @ Den Atelier
Apr 30, 2011 – Luzern (Switzerland) @ Schüür
May 01, 2011 – Milano (Italy) @ Magazzini Generali
May 03, 2011 – Budapest (Hungary) @ Petöfi Hall
May 05, 2011 – Bratislava (Slovakia) @ Majestic Music Club
May 06, 2011 – Krakow (Poland) @ Kwadrat
May 07, 2011 – Berlin (Germany) @ C-Club
May 08, 2011 – Stuttgart (Germany) @ LKA Longhorn
May 10, 2011 – Köln (Germany) @ Live Music Hall
May 11, 2011 – Hamburg (Germany) @ Markthalle
May 12, 2011 – Gothenburg (Sweden) @ Trädgårn
May 14, 2011 – Oslo (Norway) @ Sentrum Scene

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