14 NOV




Concerto de Volbeat em Lisboa cancelado

A banda dinamarquesa VOLBEAT foi forçada a cancelar o concerto em Lisboa que se realizaria no dia 14 de Novembro na Sala Tejo. O motivo do cancelamento deve-se à greve por tempo indefinido dos camionistas em Espanha, que terá início no próximo domingo, 13 de Novembro a partir da meia-noite e impedirá a banda e o equipamento de viajar para/de Lisboa.

Informamos que estas questões logísticas apenas afetam o espetáculo de 14 de Novembro, o resto das datas programadas para a digressão decorrerá como planeado.

Os portadores de bilhete válido poderão solicitar reembolso do preço do bilhete, a partir de 14 de Novembro de 2022, no local de compra.


Comunicado da banda:

Dear Lisbon,

We have been so looking forward to coming back to see you all, but unfortunately the Spanish truck driver strike that is due to start the night before the show will prevent us from getting our gear in and out of Lisbon and we will be forced to cancel the show on November 14th.

Refunds for tickets will be issued from your point of purchase beginning Monday.

We hate having to cancel a show for logistical issues that we have no control over, but we hope to be back to see you as soon as we can!

To everyone outside of Portugal, the strike will not affect any of the other upcoming shows and we will see you as planned.


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The Danes VOLBEAT return to Lisbon to present their latest album, the greatly applauded "Servant Of The Mind".

Following the release of the very well welcomed "Servant Of The Mind", which was released in December 2021 in a cooperation between Vertigo, Republic and Universal Music, Danish rockers VOLBEAT have just announced a much-awaited return to the road for a tour across the old continent during the autumn of this year. Having assured the first part of the two shows that the giants Metallica gave in Lisbon back in 2010 and the debut in their own name four years ago at the Coliseum dos Recreios, the four musicians led by the charismatic Michael Poulsen return now to the capital for a single date, scheduled for November 14th, at the Tejo Room, of the Altice Arena, in Lisbon. The first part of the concert will be in the hands of the Welsh band SKINDRED and the North-American BAD WOLVES.

Founded in October 2001 by leader Michael Poulsen, VOLBEAT have become a dominant presence not only in the Danish metal scene but also in the wider rock community thanks to a string of successful singles and albums. Fusing the weight of metal with the ear-shaking swing of rock'n'roll, the quartet - currently made up of Poulsen on vocals and guitar, Rob Caggiano on guitar, Jon Larsen on drums and Kaspar Boye Larsen on bass - have thrown themselves into a rigorous scheme of work full force and, with their first few albums, "The Strength/The Sound/The Songs" and "Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil", from 2005 and 2007, respectively, started topping the sales charts in their home country, receiving industry awards, playing festivals like Roskilde and sharing stages with giants like Metallica and Megadeth. Since then, they've never stopped growing, backed by incendiary performances and a string of albums - "Guitar Gangsters & Cadillac Blood", "Beyond Hell/Above Heaven", "Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies", "Seal the Deal & Let's Boogie", "Rewind, Replay, Rebound" and most recently "Servant Of The Mind" - that no fan of heavy rock with a twist can put down.

To support a night that is expected to be a party, VOLBEAT do not return to Lisbon on their own. Showing that they don't do things by halves, they are accompanied by two other big names of the contemporary rock scene, who also bring new albums in their luggage. The Welsh band SKINDRED, formed from the ashes of the legendary Dubwar, are already veterans of the underground scene and, over the last two decades, have established themselves as one of the most innovative and revolutionary projects in the spectrum of heavy music that doesn't bend to strict labels. "Big Tings", the eighth full-length from the band led by Benji Webbe, is the latest example of the vitality of a project which, despite being firmly rooted in the rules of alternative metal, has always known how to break the paradigm of the genre with a lot of grooves, tons of memorable riffs, danceable beats and catchy refrains.

Two years - and an unexpected change of vocalist - after the much acclaimed "N.A.T.I.O.N.", which earned them a major place on the Billboard chart, BAD WOLVES - which includes current and former members of DevilDriver, God Forbid and, In This Moment, - returned to the charge with their third album, entitled "Dear Monsters", in 2021. The album quickly established itself as these musicians' most ambitious record to date, mixing tremendous ear -shaking sounds with the merciless force of heavy metal.

Tickets for the concert cost 28€, on sale from 28 June on pre-sale at the band's fan-club, on 29 June on pre-sale Spotify. The general sale will take place from Friday, July 1st.

Doors open: 7pm
Beginning of the show: 8pm

More information about Volbeat

Pontos de Venda: 18 20 (24h);; Lojas MEO; Lojas FNAC; Lojas WORTEN; El Corte Inglés; ABEP; Bilheteira Altice Arena (em dias de evento na Altice arena); Turismo de Lisboa; ACP; Lojas SaltPay; Campo Pequeno; IT Tabacarias; Turismo de Cascais; Multiusos de Guimarães; Altice Forum Braga



From 0€ to -1€


14 November 20h00
Show Duration 210 minutes
Minimum Age 6 years
Starting date for Ticket Sales 14-06-2022 10:00
Ending date for Ticket Sales 14-11-2022 23:30
Promoter Prime Artists, Unipessoal Lda

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