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Now what?! on tour

Roger Glover and Steve Morse share a joke; Toronto, Feb 12 2012; photo © Nick Soveiko cc-by-nc-sa

German promoter KBK has announced the first tour dates of what is billed as Deep ?urp!e Now What?! tour. The German leg will start in Dresden on October 22 and finish in Mannheim on November 2, covering 8 major cities (announced so far). Peter Frampton will be opening on all nights.

Full details in our calendar.



11 Comments to “Now what?! on tour”:

  1. 1
    David McCrory says:

    What about dates in Britain / Scotland. It would be nice if there was an early home tour announced. With a descent number of Towns and cities included a little like the tour in 1996

  2. 2
    Rommel says:

    Now What?! Any plans to come to Mexico?

  3. 3
    Jim Murphy says:

    I do hope any UK date/s will be outdoor, Knebworth and Milton Keynes were memorable otherwise another November evening in Manchester awaits! If Manchester play the Apollo, the arena is crap.

  4. 4
    Petor says:

    19th of October in Holland?
    http://www.ijsselhallen.nl/evenementen/deep-purple

  5. 5
    stoffer says:

    May or June look open for a tour of the USA……………….

  6. 6
    purplepriest1965 says:

    4

    Yep,Swallow, as DC loved to pronounce it.

  7. 7
    Michiel says:

    This awful promo photo made me sick. What kind of marketing team do these guys have? Wrong picture, wrong logo, wrong typography, sigh…
    http://blijboom.typepad.com/blijbomen/2013/03/-2.html#comments

  8. 8
    Michiel says:

    As a Purple afficionado, I could have done this so much better. It really hurts.

  9. 9
    Svante Axbacke says:

    @7: Not that it makes it better, but I think that image is the work of the British promotor. Not DP, their management or their record company.

  10. 10
    Michiel says:

    A promotor should promote a band, shouldn’t he?

  11. 11
    Michiel says:

    They just added a date on a festival in Belgium, by the way. Interesting line-up with Motorhead, Fear Factory (!) and Alice Cooper.

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