Scorpions Tickets

Scorpions Tickets
Scorpions Tickets

Scorpions tickets for the "Rock Believer World" Tour 2023.

In February 2022, the Scorpions presented their 19th album. The band around Klaus Meine already delivered a first foretaste of "Rock Believer" at the end of October 2021 with the single "Peacemaker". Following on from the new LP, the Scorpions will embark on their big tour in March 2022. Starting in Las Vegas, the Scorpions will play six concerts in Germany in May 2023 before touring throughout Europe.

The year 2022 is also a very special one for the Scorpions, as the rock band released their first LP "Lonesome Crow" 50 years ago. Secure tickets for the Scorpions now and celebrate this phenomenal anniversary together with the band!

After guitarist Rudolf Schenker had already formed a school band with drummer Wolfgang Dziony in 1965, it wasn't until 1969 that a serious band was formed with the new additions Michael Schenker and Klaus Meine, who first achieved regional fame under the name Scorpions. A short time later, the hard rock band won a newcomer competition, followed by the debut album "Lonesome Crow" in 1972. In the following years, the Scorpions succeeded in expanding and consolidating their reputation - in 1975 they even accompanied KISS on their tour through Europe. In the same year, the third album "In Trance" was released, which caused a big hype about the band, especially in Japan. But the Hanoverians were also popular in the USA and played as support acts for groups like Metallica, Iron Maiden and Bon Jovi. In 1981, singer Klaus Meine lost his voice during a world tour, but thanks to vocal therapy and two vocal cord operations he regained it - for some fans and critics even better than ever. In 1984, the Scorpions then placed in the upper echelons of the charts again with the record "Love at First Sting". Five years later, Meines' composition "Wind Of Change", which appeared on the eleventh album "Crazy World", mutated into the hymn for the fall of the Berlin Wall, remained number one in the charts for weeks and was also voted the most successful track of 1991. In the 90s, the Scorpions then turned more and more away from their wild sounds and concentrated on rock ballads instead. Despite their musical reorientation, the band was a headliner at several festivals and always played to sold-out crowds. In the new millennium, the group pursued projects like the classic-rock crossover album "Moment Of Glory" or the unplugged album "Acoustica". With records like "Unbreakable", "Humanity Hour I", "Sting in the Tail" and the LP "Return to Forever", released in 2015 for the band's 50th anniversary, the Scorpions have continuously drawn attention to themselves over the years.
After some personnel restructuring, the band currently consists of initiator Rudolf Schenker, Klaus Meine, Matthias Jabs, Paweł Mąciwoda and Mikkey Dee. Although the Scorpions are now counted among the oldies of the German music scene, they are still regulars on radio station playlists with their songs. Even after more than 50 years of band history, there is still no end in sight for the Scorpions - apart from a break-up announced in 2013 but quickly retracted - which they prove with the announcement of their new album and the upcoming tour.
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