Since winning Eurovision, Måns Zelmerlöw has kept extremely busy with promoting his new album and playing live shows in Sweden. But finally he’s giving his fans outside Sweden what they’ve been begging for – a European tour. The Heroes Tour will take in 15 dates in autumn, with more cities to come.

Måns is coming to you
Måns is coming to you

The hero’s journey starts in Dublin on 22 September, Måns then makes a stop in London, before visiting Amsterdam, five cities in Germany, a return trip to Vienna, Zurich, Paris, before finishing with Riga, Tallinn and two Finland shows.

This follows an extensive summer tour of Sweden in July and August, where he’ll bring his Eurovision-winning ways to both festivals and shows alike.

Måns appears to be super excited about the tour, officially commenting “I’ve always been a fan of both Melodifestivalen and Eurovision, and it was an absolute dream come true to be announced winner! I’m feeling so very grateful and excited about touring this fall, it’s going to be amazing meeting all the heroes across Europe.”

Tickets will be available from Live Nation.

Måns Zelmerlöw 2015 European Heroes tour dates

22 September – Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
24 September – Heaven, London, UK
25 September – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands
26 September – Kesselhaus, Munich, Germany
27 September – Ottagrkinger Brauerei, Vienna, Austria
29 September – Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany
30 September – Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland
2 October – E-Werk, Cologne, Germany
3 October – Maroquinerie, Paris, France
4 October – Capitol, Offenbach, Germany
9 October – Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany
12 October – Palladium, Riga, Latvia
13 October – Factory Club, Tallinn, Estonia
15 October – Logomo, Turku, Finland
16 October – Circus, Helsinki, Finland
26 October – Store Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

Update: Måns has tweeted a list of tour dates, but that doesn’t include the Latvia and Estonia dates that were on the earlier list.

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Josefin
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Josefin

Varför står inte datumen för när han är i Sverige? För Sverige är ju med på kartan där det är it ritat vart han dka men jag hittar inga datum

lazy
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MARIO: “people who are intimidated by you talk bad about you, with hopes that others won’t find you so appealing”. Don’t be so intimidated…

gabi
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gabi

why there is no Lithuania?

Mario ~ there are ''heroes'' & On The Other,There Are True Real Heroes
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Mario ~ there are ''heroes'' & On The Other,There Are True Real Heroes

Well i do not feel that excited about Mans as i did with the previous winners Conchita & Emmelie.. He doesn’t give me the impression of a really popular winner.. His song was not truly winning material.. Preferred other songs to get the victory instead.. Anyway…He managed to go all the way & win the Vision so he will always remembered as one of the winners.. If i was living in one of the cities/towns that his tour is going to take place personally i wouldn’t want to buy a ticket and go to see him live.. I really just… Read more »

Alex
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Alex

that;s great for him, i hope it’s a successful tour. A good idea to do a small tour and promote his album, it’s something that the previous winners didn’t do.

Mans needs more TV exposure in big markets like UK, France and Germany.
Quite surprising he’s doing a show in Paris, the French do not give a damn about Eurovision nowadays…

I hope i can see him in London!

Kiss-Suki
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Kiss-Suki

I’m waiting for the prices, but it would be really cool to see him in Paris 😉

low
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low

Failwinner

Liana
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Liana

hes also coming to a summer festival here in Lithuania in July! (:

Darren
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Darren

Aw yes!!! He’s coming to Dublin! I think he’s the first Eurovision winner since the 90s to come to Ireland 🙂

Think I might go 😉