D-Block Europe have announced details of a world headline tour – get ticket details and dates below.

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Following their appearance at Reading & Leeds Festivals, D-Block Europe have confirmed they’ll be heading to North America for their first ever US festival appearance at Rolling Loud New York ahead of a string of headline shows. They’ll then return to the UK for a gig at London’s O2 Arena. The duo have also confirmed a European tour for February 2023.

The run of shows will be in support of D-Block Europe’s fifth album ‘Lap 5’ which is out September 16. Following up recent single ‘Fantasy’, the group have also released the Young Adz solo track ‘Man In The Mirror’.

Tickets for the North American shows are on sale now while the UK and European shows go on sale on Friday (2 September).

D-Block Europe will play:

23 – Rolling Loud New York, New York, NY
25 – Aisle 5, Atlanta, GA
26 – Reggies, Chicago, IL
28 – Moroccan Lounge, Los Angeles, CA
30 – Fortune, Vancouver, BC

02 – Newspeak, Montreal, QC
04 – Toybox, Toronto, ON
20 – The O2, London, UK

22 – Le Trabendo, Paris, France
23 – Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
24 – Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark
25 – Pustervik, Gothenberg, Sweden
26 – Fryshuset, Stockholm, Sweden
28 – Vulcan Arena, Oslo, Norway

Rolling Loud festival will return to New York for three nights at Citi Field in Queens from September 23-25. Nicki MinajA$AP Rocky and Future are set to headline while the likes of Pusha TDaBabyBusta Rhymes and Abra are all set to appear.

Meanwhile over the weekend, D-Block Europe played at Reading & Leeds Festivals before Bring Me The Horizon‘s headline set.

At Reading, Bring Me were joined onstage by Ed Sheeran for their remixed version of ‘Bad Habits’ while in Leeds, Yungblud joined Oli Sykes and co. for a run through of ‘Obey’.

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