Zucchero's new album 'D.O.C.' is out 8/11/19.
European tour 2020:
June 6th - Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow (UK)
June 7th - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester (UK)
June 10th and 11th - Royal Albert Hall, London (UK)
Oct 29th - Lisinski, Zagreb (Croatia)
Oct 31st - Olympiahalle, Innsbruck (Austria)
Nov 1st - Stadthalle, Graz (Austria)
Nov 3rd - Arena Stozice, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Nov 4th - Stadthalle, Vienna (Austria)
Nov 6th - Rockhal, Luxembourg
Nov 7th - Amphitheatre, Lyon (France)
Nov 11th - Arkea Arena di Bordeaux (France)
Nov 14th - Le Dome, Marseille (France)
Nov 15th - Palais Nikaia, Nice (France)
Nov 17th - AccorHotels Arena, Paris (France)
Nov 19th - Leipzig Arena, Leipzig (Germany)
Nov 20th - Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg (Germany)
Nov 21st - Mercedes-Benz-Arena, Berlin (Germany)
Nov 24th - Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart (Germany)
Nov 25th - Olympiahalle, Munich (Germany)
Nov 27th - Festhalle, Frankfurt (Germany)
Nov 28th - ISS Dome, Dusseldorf (Germany)
Nov 29th - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Dec 1st - Zenith Arena, Lille (France)
Dec 2nd - Emsland Arena, Lingen (Germany)
Dec 5th - Hallenstadion, Zurich (Switzerland)
Zucchero is a multi-million-selling Italian singer-songwriter, a global rock star who has sold over 60 millon records. He performs at all the biggest charity events on the planet.
He is the only artist to have had 3 number 1 singles in 3 different languages, Il Volo (Italian), Feels like a Woman (English), Baila Morena (Spanish).
Zucchero's music has broken borders everywhere, thanks to countless collaborations with international artists like Bryan Adams, The Blues Brothers, Bono, Jeff Beck, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Elvis Costello, Miles Davis, Peter Gabriel, John Lee Hooker, BB King, Mark Knopfler, Brian May, Luciano Pavarotti, Iggy Pop, Queen, Alejandro Sanz, Sting and many others.