Eurovision 2021 winners Måneskin have done a lot more than conquer the Eurovision world. In the four months since winning the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam, the four-piece have performed in countless European cities, all the while releasing a hit music video and topping charts worldwide.

Now the group’s 2022 tour dates are finally out — no doubt quenching the thirst for their legions of fans around the continent.

LOUD KIDS ON TOUR ’22 — Måneskin’s Europe Tour

After making us wait for months, the Italian Eurovision winners have released the details of their planned during for early 2022. It might sound far away, but it’s just four months into the future!

This announcement is well-timed, as Måneskin have just performed at #GlobalCitizenLive in Paris to overwhelmingly positive reviews. Earlier this week Genius Lyrics even gave them the spotlight, highlighting their track “I Wanna Be Your Slave”.

The tour, aptly named LOUD KIDS ON TOUR ’22, will include 16 performances in 15 different countries, all in just over one month this winter. The band have national tours scheduled directly before and directly after their pan-European trek — they’re a busy gang!

The dates and cities of the tour are listed below.

Tour dates and locations

The four-day break after the first leg of the tour will be the longest, with concerts almost every couple of days from that point on. Meanwhile, the Prague-Budapest and Tallinn-Riga concerts will take place on consecutive nights!

  • 6 February – London, United Kingdom
  • 10 February – Brussels, Belgium
  • 12 February – Luxembourg City
  • 15 February – Wasrsaw, Poland
  • 18 February – Vienna, Austria
  • 21 February – Paris, France
  • 24 February – Zurich, Switzerland
  • 26 February – Berlin, Germany
  • 28 February – Prague, Czech Republic
  • 1 March – Budapest, Hungary
  • 3 March – Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 7 March – Kyiv, Ukraine
  • 9 March – Moscow, Russia
  • 11 March – St Petersburg, Russia
  • 13 March – Tallinn, Estonia
  • 14 March – Riga, Latvia

The official ticket sale for the tour will begin on Thursday, 30 September, at 12:00 PM CEST.

Are Måneskin performing in your city for their LOUD KIDS ON TOUR ’22, or will you have to travel? What cities should they visit next?

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Sot
Sot
17 days ago

They skip multiple big countries and they decide to go to LATVIA!? There they don’t even have a solid fanclub…

Bingo
Bingo
14 days ago
Reply to  Sot

Sold out 🙂

Alex
Alex
18 days ago

I think they will add more dates in Europe, 1 month looks rushed and there’s space for in between gigs.

Spain, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Turkey, Ireland are countries that I was expecting to see in their tour and i think some of them will be included in a second leg, perhaps?

Curious to see if they are planning any North American dates!

BY THE WAY, why they have not announced the venues yet? No links to the tickets platform? I hope they do arenas.

ItaloJeck
ItaloJeck
18 days ago
Reply to  Alex
Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Alex

Maybe I’m wrong, but I think arenas are too much to expect. I would say venues that hold under a thousand at most. They are the best places to see a band anyway, and where the best bands go.

Erasmus
Erasmus
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I checked the links Italojeck shared and there’s quite a lot of arenas there.
Maneskin are way bigger than we think! Acts like Duncan, Mahmood etc. had venues under a thousand – Maneskin are bigger than that.

ItaloJeck
ItaloJeck
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

They have a huge fandom, especially in Eastern Europe

Moscow:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wLYR1auCGg

Vicky
17 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

Smallest venue so far is in London, at around 5000 capacity. The rest are bigger.

Jonas
Jonas
17 days ago
Reply to  Vicky

Okay, I am glad to be wrong – I hope they sell all those tickets.

Crystal
18 days ago
Reply to  Alex

They very well could have some North American dates. No exact premiere date is given yet, but I estimate that the American Song Contest will probably begin in late February or early March (as it will be replacing the spring season of The Voice). There are no dates currently scheduled after 14 March, so there is potential for Måneskin to fit in an appearance at the ASC as well as some North American gigs for their tour in late March or early April. Daði has similar gaps in his touring schedule around the same time (provided his tour still goes… Read more »

Luc
Luc
17 days ago
Reply to  Crystal

They’re also a big thing here in Mexico rn! Both IWBYS and Beggin’ became top 10 hits here. I hope they add at least a date in Mexico (I mentioned this as we’re talking about North America)

matt
matt
18 days ago
Reply to  Alex

Actually, maneskin should be in Norway in June 2022 playing at the “tons of Rock” Festival. As for a second leg in other countries, looks like they will be very busy until mid April with their Italian dates (all of them sold out already), so let’s see what happens.

Vicky
17 days ago
Reply to  Alex

All venues have been confirmed. London with almost 5000 must be the smallest one.

Efraim
Efraim
17 days ago
Reply to  Alex

Most of Spain hasn’t eased the COVID-related restrictions on music/theater/culture events as much as other European countries have. That probably weighed in when deciding against coming here.

Jesper Hjellnes
Jesper Hjellnes
18 days ago

The fact that they are going to play in Luxembourg, a country that has not participated in Eurovision in nearly 30 years, just shows that Måneskin has managed to reach popularity way outside of just the Eurofan community. I love to see our amazing Eurovision singers getting the success they deserve.

Alex
Alex
18 days ago

Honestly, it’s not a surprise. Luxembourgish residents are familiar with Eurovision and they can watch it online or on cable via FR/BE/NL/DE broadcasters. Many eurostars have performed in Luxembourg, see Duncan Laurence, Mahmood, Lena and the list goes on.

Erasmus
Erasmus
18 days ago

well of course they reached popularity outside of the fandom… but I think Luxembourgers still watch Eurovision since Eurovision performances are regularly trending in Luxembourg after the contest.

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago

I wonder what they’ll say or do in Russia, Poland and Hungary.

ItaloJeck
ItaloJeck
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

They have already been in Poland and Russia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNkZ1QXoFic

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  ItaloJeck

Oh yeah, thanks. More of that, please.

Alex
Alex
18 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I am surprised they added Hungary for so many reasons.

Andy
Andy
4 days ago
Reply to  Jonas

I mean Polish people are way different that their goverment. I’m living in Warsaw, Poland for 4 years now, and trust me, they are more “western” that you think.

Erasmus
Erasmus
18 days ago

will they have a second part? It’s really weird to leave out Spain/Portugal, France, and the whole of the Balkans?

Erasmus
Erasmus
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

happy for their success nonetheless!

Jonas
Jonas
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Scandinavia, Ireland, and more…

Luc
Luc
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Also weird to see the Nordics, Turkey and Ireland left out as they were big over those places this summer

Alex
Alex
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

They have a gig in Paris so they did nt leave out France!

I am also surprised about Nordics and Spain but I bet there will be a second leg.

Erasmus
Erasmus
18 days ago
Reply to  Alex

oh true! I didn’t see it.

Ellie
Ellie
18 days ago
Reply to  Erasmus

Very much think this is the first leg of a larger tour. They’ve got Italian dates already booked after this mini tour, but then there’s a decent gap with a few festivals sprinkled in until their big Circo Massimo gig in July that’s supposed to be the final stop.

Matt
Matt
16 days ago
Reply to  Ellie

True, but The “decent gap” from end of april and The festivals in june contains that little thing called eurovision in Italy..