Tokio Hotel

TOKIO HOTEL are back – and they are will conquer the stages of the world again, with the most anticipated concert event of the year. The band is currently finishing their successful European touring leg, were they recently had to add 10 additional concerts to meet the high demand.

Tokio Hotel have already received more than 110 international and national awards - among others, the US MTV VMA Moonman, five European Music Awards, four MTV Latin Music Awards and also the MTV Japan Music Award. More than 7 million albums were sold worldwide, with platinum success in 68 countries – and half a million people even gathered at the Eiffel Tower to see Tokio Hotel's eccentric and fascinating live show.

With more than a decade dominating the international music scene, the band knows how to reinvent itself, and the electro pop quartet promises to ring in a new artful era with an extraordinary live production of their new masterpiece on their tour with the mysterious name ''DREAM MACHINE’'. Of course they will also perform their biggest hits of the last decade, but it's mainly their new synth pop sound worlds that promise to set new standards in performance and production which will make this tour an unmissable spectacle.

The tour is on the road for months already and on their 28th birthday, Bill and Tom Kaulitz revealed the news of upcoming North and South America dates exclusively to their fans leaving them thrilled. Vocalist Bill: ''I just need to perform. It's the only reason I am still on this planet! I feel like if I'm not on stage for too long it's not good for me.'' The ‘'Dream Machine World Tour'' will kicked off with 29 shows in Europe and Russia . For November 2017 the band had to add 10 additional shows for Europe to meet the fan’s demand. Now the band is preparing to finally return to North- and South America to ply part 2 in North America and part 3 in South America in 2018!

Beside the upcoming tour dates, Tokio Hotel will release their next single “BOY DON’T CRY” in October, with a range of remixes and a brand new music video. After years in the making, also the highly anticipated Tokio Hotel band documentary is set to premier and run on festivals in the same month!


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