Scorpions hitting Dallas to celebrate ‘Crazy World’
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It was just a couple of years ago that Scorpions released a documentary and announced they were retiring from the music industry. The retirement never happened and The Scorpions are hitting the road once again, this time with Megadeth as the opening act. The brand new Pavilion at Irving Music Factory posted on Twitter that they will hit Dallas for a concert on Oct. 12.

The tour is titled the Crazy World Tour and the bands will be hitting 16 cities in celebration of the 27th anniversary of the Scorpions' album of the same name. The iconic album includes hit songs like “Wind of Change” and “Send Me an Angel.”

On the other hand, Megadeth is touring in support of a new album, their 15th, titled Dystopia. The album actually hit sixth on Rolling Stone's list of best metal albums of 2016. While the tour won’t hit Houston, the two bands will hit Dallas and San Antonio for two Texas stops toward the end of the tour.

Tickets for the Scorpions and Megadeth Dallas concert are on sale now here. Prices for this huge concert at the Pavilion at Irving Music Factory on Oct. 12 range from $35 up to $495.