Due to popular demand, Duncan Laurence’s European tour has been expanded plus upgraded to larger venues. To boot, the Eurovision 2019 winner has announced a massive concert in Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome!
Belgium added, venues upgraded
He’s no longer just a “small-town boy in a big arcade”, as Duncan Laurence from the Netherlands has hit the big spotlight with a splash! Following his victory at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv with Arcade, the artist has been going from strength to strength. His Dutch concerts were sold out in no time, while the rest of his European tour has been adapted to meet the popular demand: not only has an extra concert been added in Antwerp, Belgium, various scheduled performances have been upgraded to larger venues!
The singer-songwriter is grateful for the positive developments:
Amazing news about my European tour…due to popular demand we are moving to bigger venues in Europe. And we have added…
Besides the Netherlands and Belgium, Duncan Laurence‘s tour will bring him to Austria, Denmark, Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Grand concert at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome
As cherry on the cake, Duncan Laurence has announced that he will perform at the prestigious venue Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, Thursday 26 March 2020. This is the big news he hinted on during his interview at BBC Breakfast and it’s an amazing honour for the young singer-songwriter, and a massive feat in his career: