Robert Plant will tour Europe this summer

(BBC Television)

Robert Plant gradually announced a series of tour dates in Europe over the past few weeks.

Plant toured the UK and Ireland in November and December, but this will be his first European tour since the release of his most recent solo album Carry Fire in October.

Plant’s 2018 European tour includes a mixture of festival appearances and headline shows. It’s likely that additional dates will be added.

Here’s the current schedule of Plant’s European tour dates. Click the links to buy tickets:

May 26 – The Bearded Theory 2018 festival in Derbyshire, UK.

May 27 – The Bath Festivals in Bath, UK.

July 22 – The Vielles Charrues Festival in Carhaix, France.

July 23 – Paris, France.

July 25 – The Festival de Carcassonne in Carcassonne, France.

July 29 – Stimmen Festival in Lörrach, Germany.

July 31 – Pardubice, Czech Republic.

August 1 – Dresden, Germany.

Want to get an idea of the kind of songs that Robert Plant will play? Here’s the setlist from Plant’s November 16 show in Plymouth, UK which was his first live show following the release of Carry Fire:

The Lemon Song
New World…
Turn It Up
The May Queen
That’s the Way
All the King’s Horses
In the Light
Gallows Pole
Carry Fire
Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You
Little Maggie
Bluebirds Over the Mountain
Funny In My Mind (I Believe I’m Fixin’ to Die)
Misty Mountain Hop
Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down
Whole Lotta Love

Plant still performs Led Zeppelin songs, but typically adds his own spin to them. Here are some examples of him performing Led Zeppelin material recently:

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2 Comments on "Robert Plant will tour Europe this summer"

  1. Your posts are amazing! We are all in awe!!!

  2. Ayça Kedigil | 3rd May 2018 at 8:16 am | Reply

    He’ll be in Istanbul in july and tickets are gone on the first day they came out.

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