In February 2022 the Scorpions will release their 19th studio album, Rock Believer, followed by a world tour.

“The album was written and recorded in the Scorpions DNA with core Schenker/Meine compositions,” says Klaus Meine. “We recorded the album as a band live in one room, like we did in the 80s.” 

The Scorpions will kick off their Rock Believer World Tour March 2022 in Las Vegas where the band will play nine shows as part of their residency at Planet Hollywood Hotel. Afterwards they will cross the Atlantic to Europe where they will play 6 concerts in France and 6 shows In Germany supported by Wolfgang Van Halen’s new band Mammoth WVH.

Scorpions Rock Zone fan community members have exclusive first access to tickets and VIP packages beginning tomorrow morning, September 30th at 10:00a CEST with tickets going on-sale to the general public October 1st at 10a CEST.  

Rock Believer will be released in February 11th, 2022 with the first single Peacemaker out October 21st.

2022 Rock Believer tour dates:

Mar. 26 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Mar. 30 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 1 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 3 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 7 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 9 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 12 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 14 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
Apr. 16 – Zappos Theater – Las Vegas, NV 
May 10 – Altice Arena – Lisbon, Portugal 
May 13 – Zenith Toulouse Metropole – Toulouse, France 
May 15 – Zenith De Lille – Lille, France 
May 17 – Accorhotels Arena – Paris, France 
May 21 – Hallenstadion – Zurich, Switzerland 
May 23 – Arena Di Verona – Verona, Italy 
May 26 – O2 Arena – Prague, Czech Republic 
May 28 – Tauron Arena – Kraków, Poland 
May 30 – Laszlo Papp Sports Arena – Budapest, Hungary 
Jun. 3 – Rockfest – Helsinki, Finland 
Jun. 8 – Schleyerhalle – Stuttgart, Germany* 
Jun. 10 – Olympiahalle – Munich, Germany* 
Jun. 12 – Festhalle – Frankfurt, Germany* 
Jun. 16 – Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany* 
Jun. 17 – Zag Arena – Hannover, Germany* 
Jun. 19 – Westfalenhalle – Dortmund, Germany* 
Jun. 23 – Hellfest – Clisson, France 
Jun. 25 – Rock Imperium Festival – Cartagena, Spain 
Jun. 28 – Palais Nikaia – Nice, France 
Jun. 30 – Le Galaxie – Amneville, France 
Jul. 02 – Zenith D’Auvergne – Clermont-Ferrand, France

* with Mammoth WVH

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  1. Simmons and Stanley have said that putting out new material is a waste of time because it is too expensive to produce an album/cd/stream that will not sell and make its money back. I always took that quote as a slap in the face. I have ALWAYS bought and supported the music of KISS, especially the new material (Sonic Boom and Monster). What I WILL NOT purchase are the same old albums I already have whenever they release a “anniversary, etc” edition. They are financially stable enough to invest a portion of their money to put out new music. Listening to the original songs on Paul Stanley’s Soul Station shows me he can still write quality songs. I am very disappointed that the peers of KISS continue to release new material and KISS refuses. I guess they don’t have the drive or passion anymore.

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