2015 Tour Dates

May / July / August 2015

2015 May 18 • The date reported for Russia turned out to be a mis-promoted Glenn Hughes concert

2015 May 30 • Auditorio Telmex, Zapopan, Mexico
May 27 • Puebla, Mexico
May 30 • Guadalajara, Mexico
May 31 • Leon, Mexico
June 03 • Zacatecas, Mexico
June 05 • Chihuahua, Mexico
June 07 • Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Thanks to ultimateclassicrock.com

America / Canada tour


2015 Jul 14 • Artpark Mainstage, Lewiston, NY

2015 Jul 18 • Ottawa Bluesfest 2015, Ottawa, Canada
2015 Jul 19 • Festival d’été de Québec, Québec, Canada (10 day event)
2015 Jul 20 • Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, Canada

2015 Jul 22 • Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ
2015 Jul 24 • Lynn Auditorium, Lynn, MA
2015 Jul 25 • The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY
2015 Aug 02 • Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
NEW 2015 Aug 07 • Hard Rock Hotel, Sioux City, Iowa (with Black Oak Arkansas supporting, inc Johnnie Bolin)
2015 Aug 05 • Celeste Center Columbus, OH
2015 Aug 15 • Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, CA

Thanks to Vince Chong, Gary Poronovich

2015-08-28 Arbon, Switzerland, Summer Days Festival

Deep Purple on stage approximately from 9:45pm to 11:15pm

2015-08-29 Sigmaringen, Germany, Summer Nights Festival

Thanks to Lutz Reinert.

Oct – Nov – Dec 2015 European tour

2015-10-25 Deep Purple Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland

2015-10-27 Ostrava, Czech Republic
2015-10-28 Plzeň, Czech Republic

2015-10-30 Deep Purple Pala Fabris, Padova, Italy
2015-10-31 Deep Purple Mediolanum Forum, Milano, Italy

2015-11-02 Deep Purple Le Dôme, Marseille, France
2015-11-03 Deep Purple Patinoire Mériadeck, Bordeaux, France

2015-11-05 Deep Purple Nelson Mandela Forum, Firenze, Italy
2015-11-06 Deep Purple Pala Lottomatica, Rome, Italy

2015-11-08 Geneva (CH) Arena
2015-11-09 Zurich (CH) Hallenstadion

2015-11-11 Deep Purple Zénith, Paris, France

2015-11-13 Deep Purple König-Pilsener-Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
2015-11-14 Deep Purple GETEC Arena, Magdeburg, Germany
2015-11-16 Deep Purple Stadthalle, Rostock, Germany
2015-11-17 Deep Purple Arena, Leipzig, Germany
2015-11-18 Deep Purple Swiss Life Halle, Hannover, Germany
2015-11-20 Deep Purple Arena, Trier, Germany
2015-11-21 Deep Purple Arena, Nürnberg, Germany
2015-11-23 Deep Purple O2 World, Hamburg, Germany
2015-11-24 Deep Purple Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany
2015-11-26 Deep Purple Olympiahalle, München, Germany
2015-11-27 Deep Purple Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
2015-11-28 Deep Purple Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany

2015-11-30 Deep Purple L’Amphitheatre, Lyon, France
2015-12-01 Deep Purple Zénith Europe, Strasbourg, France

Note : French date differs from info we printed earlier, I will try and confirm.

Thanks to Lutz Reinert in Germany. Chris Colussa.

December 3rd 2015

O2 Arena, London.  Tickets now on sale. £59.15 inc booking fees.

21 Responses to “2015 Tour Dates”

  1. vincent chong Says:

    The Ottawa blues fest gig is actually on July 18 . I had a look at the other bands playing and haven’t heard most of them. None of the old school blues anyway .

  2. grannypants Says:

    Canada tour is pretty light, disappointed they will not make a west coast swing. Vancouver is waiting,,,,,

  3. Mark Jones Says:

    I’ve just noticed that David Coverdale is free on December 3rd .. having finished his mainline Europe dates the night before … and a little break before starting in the UK.

    I know it wont happen …. but maybe he’ll be invited on stage.

    And which promoter missed the opportunity for Coverdale doing his era as support to current DP doing the others.

    I know its fantasy.. but heh!

  4. Christophe COLUSSA Says:

    New album tour or Best of Tour ?

    • simon robinson Says:

      Opinion is divided. Some people expect a new studio album this year; others suggest the London O2Arena concert will be a climactic end to the What’s Up?! tour, clearing the way for a new album and tour in 2016.

  5. Badders902 Says:

    Holmfirth Picturedrome is a fab venue. Great sound. Seen Uriah Heep there twice. Saw Steve Lukather there – he was amazing.
    Been a Purple fan for over 35 years yet increasingly disappointed at how little they play here.
    Gillan the band toured up and down the country regularly – why not Purple?

  6. Blue ivy Says:

    come back to belgrade!!!

  7. christophe colussa Says:

    Well… when they’ll be in paradise. maybe we’ll have some regret to not have seen again

  8. Danny Fox Says:

    There is a saying, that you should never forget your roots. It appears the band have! Time to focus on what was rather than what may be. I’ve had enough supporting a band that does more dates in an eastern block country than the U.K. I believe we have given purple every opportunity to put things right with a decent tour, but not since 96 have we seen a comprehensive UK tour. Sorry for the rant Simon.

    • simon robinson Says:

      Not a problem Danny, we’ve known each other long enough! It is a bit galling to see them doing this (and one show in London trick is a real two fingers up to fans elsewhere) but on the other hand how much appetite would there be now for such a comprehensive tour here as they did in 1996?

    • Jerry Says:

      Danny, a lot of bands get criticised for where or how often they play certain territories, but it really is a case of supply and demand, and is ultimately to do with promoters rather than the band’s. No band promotes itself, so it is down to the interest of promoters. I have worked with several acts including Glenn, and I am only too aware of the choice of venue and number of venues in any country is almost always down to what the promoter thinks that act will warrant. And whilst I don’t know Purple’s situation it may well be that promoters think they are good for one or two bigger shows, but do not feel that there is sufficient demand for 10-20 gigs throughout the UK in smaller venues. The diehards who post on forums such as these are not the bulk of the audience. Most of whom are probably not even aware of some of the band members names, and only want to hear the hit songs they know from the past. But that’s another story.

      • simon robinson Says:

        All very true, although in some cases bands could open up more options by charging less once in a while which would enable promoters to take more of a risk. The boss at the Holmfirth Picture House is keen to have a go!

  9. Aleksey Says:

    Tour across almost all Europe!
    For new album?
    Or Greatest Hits live?

  10. dp Says:

    any Ireland date ?

  11. Andy Naish Says:

    12 dates in Germany and only 1 in the UK!? And they want £60 a ticket! No chance.

  12. lisbet Says:

    What about Denmark?

  13. f0xr0x Says:

    £60 a ticket? Really? For that sort of money, I’d expect a front row seat, a four course dinner and a bottle of house red.

  14. Barry Williamson Says:

    I don’t think one date constitutes a tour Simon……hope there’s more on the way , hopefully visiting Liverpool this time.

  15. CeeBee52 Says:

    I’m assuming these dates relate to Deep Purple?
    The band isn’t actually mentioned.

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