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Eminem has announced a tour for early 2019. He will be performing in Australia and New Zealand in February 2019, but European dates are certainly a possibility.
It is not entirely certain whether Eminem will go back for a European tour at this point. He has already toured Europe on Summer 2018 to promote his previous album Revival. However, since he dropped a surprise album Kamikaze on 31 August 2018, he could also surprise us with new shows on 2019.
Here is the full list of announcements:
- Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre (Australia) – February 20
- Sydney ANZ Stadium (Australia) – February 22
- Melbourne Richmond Cricket Ground (Australia) – February 24
- Perth Burswood Stadium (Australia) – February 27
- Westpac Stadium, Wellington (New Zealand) – March 2
Eminem aka Marshall Matters is one of the most successful rappers of all time. In his 30-year-long career, he has released 10 studio albums, and won 15 Grammy awards as well as many others, including an Academy Award. He released a surprise album, Kamikaze, in August 2018. After the harsh criticism received for his album Revival, this was his response. It contains many controversial disses aimed at popular hip hop artists like Machine Gun Kelly and Drake. You can check his latest single, the soundtrack of the movie Venom, above.