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Nickelback To Hit The Budapest Stage Again

szilagyi.sandor 2014.12.02.

Following their previous, enormously successful, sold-out concert in Budapest, Hungary is back on Nickelback’s concert tour itinerary. The band will visit the Hungarian capital for a second time on 16 October 2015.

The Canadian rock band, which has multiple platinum records to its name, will begin a new concert tour in 2015 on the occasion of the publication of their eighth album, entitled No Fixed Address. The European tour will begin in the Finnish capital Helsinki on 30 September and come to end in London’s SSE Wembley Arena on 25 November. The world tour, which is Nickelback’s tenth, will visit thirty-one European cities next autumn.

Since their emergence to the music scene in 1996, Nickelback have consolidated their reputation as one of the most successful and noteworthy rock bands of the previous two decades. They have sold over fifty million albums worldwide and became the second most successful foreign group in the USA, surpassed only by the Beatles. Their overpowering and unavoidable hit How You Remind Me was named rock song of the decade by Billboard. Among their numerous recognitions, one can list Rock Band of the Decade, nomination for nine Grammy Awards, three American Music, one World Music, one People’s Choice and twelve JUNO and being granted a place on Canada’s Walk of Fame.

The new tour stirred up great waves in the UK even before it was announced, with a London man starting a campaign on social media to prevent the band from returning to the UK. He undoubtedly did not think that this will serve as a worldwide marketing campaign for both the new record and the tour. While Nickelback is aware that it is a controversial group and is even considered “the world’s most hated band” by some, it has declined to step down from its tenth world tour.

Purchasing tickets as soon as possible is advised because tickets sold out several months before their first Budapest concert.

via quart.hu
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