ZZ Top have begun rolling out dates for their upcoming 50th-anniversary world tour. The legendary Texas blues-rockers have confirmed their first 2019 shows for Europe and the U.K., which will take place in June and July.
Classic Rock reports on Nov. 12 that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers has confirmed three overseas dates, including two festival appearances in Europe and a headlining stop in the U.K. with more dates TBA. The tour will follow a previously announced Sin City residency, which will take place between Jan. 18 through Feb. 2 in Las Vegas at The Venetian.
The summer fun begins on June 19 in Prague, Czech Republic, at Eden Arena as part of the star-studded 2019 line up of Prague Rocks. Other stops include July 5 in Barcelona, Spain, at Can Zam Park as part of Barcelona Rock Fest before heading to the U.K. for a headlining stop on July 12 in London at SSE Arena Wembley.
Public on sales for Prague Rocks is TBA. Tickets for Barcelona Rock Fest are available here. Tickets for the London show go on sale to the public on Friday, Nov. 16 at 10:00 a.m. local time and are available at AXS.
ZZ Top are currently in hiatus while ZZ Top co-founder Billy Gibbons is busy promoting his sophomore solo album The Big Bad Blues, which dropped Sept. 21 via Concord Records. Gibbons is currently in the midst of a fall U.S. tour, which continues on Nov. 13 in Tempe, AZ, at Marquee Theatre and includes a stop on Dec. 2 in Los Angeles at The Novo by Microsoft as part of Guitar Legends 2 before wrapping up Dec. 29 in Austin, TX, at Antone's. Grab your Billy Gibbons tickets at AXS.
Gibbons will be back with his ZZ Top bandmates when the “Sharp Dressed Man” hitmakers launch their 2019 tour year on Jan. 13 in San Jose, California, at City National Civic. Grab your ZZ Top tickets at AXS.
ZZ Top's 2019 tour dates in Europe and the U.K.