Wednesday, November 6, 2013

The Scorpions to play Unplugged shows in Germany

The Scorpions will play a series of Unplugged concerts in Germany next Spring following the November 29th European release of “MTV Unplugged - Scorpions Live In Athens.”

The band will play four shows, beginning April 29 in Munich before hitting Cologne, Hamburg and Stuttgart over the following week.

Tickets for the German dates are on sale now.

In September, The Scorpions performed three MTV Unplugged concerts in Athens, Greece at the city’s Lycabettus Theatre for the new live package.

“MTV Unplugged - Scorpions Live In Athens” will be available on CD, DVD and Blu-ray disc.

The project will be released in North America on January 21, 2014.

The Scorpions
MTV Unplugged Live

2014 live dates

Apr 29 – Munich – Olympiahalle
May 01 – Cologne – Lanxess Arena
May 02 – Hamburg – 02 World
May 04 – Stuttgart – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle

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