WWE kicks off their second European tour of the year tomorrow with 22 live events in 12 days. They will visit a total of 8 different countries including one outside Europe.
The tour kicks off on 11/2 at the Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany. It’s one of only two days that there are no double events on the same day.
On 11/3 there will be a show at the Green Halls Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia while the other brand will do a show at the Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany. Another event at the Green Halls Stadium in Riyadh will be held on 11/4 and one at the SSE Arena in London, England.
On 11/5, the brand swill stay in the UK with one show at the Butlins Arena in Minehead and one at the Manchester Arena in Manchester. On 11/6 it’s one at the First Direct Arena in Leeds and one at the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.
Raw tapings will be held at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on 11/7 and the Smackdown brand holds a show at the GE Oil & Gas Arena in Aberdeen, Scotland on the same day.
Smackdown Live will also take place at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on 11/8 and the Raw brand travels to the Konig Pilsner Arena in Oberhausen, Germany.
On 11/9 it’s one show at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany, and one at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England. Vienna, Austria gets its stop on 11/10 with a show at the Wiener Stadthalle. The other show on 11/10 is at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.
France and Spain are the last leg of this tour with Lyon, France getting a show on 11/11 at the Halle Tony Garnier and Barcelona, Spain gets one show at the Palau Sant Jordi. On 11/12 there’s one at the Zenith De Strasbourg in Strasbourg, France and one at the Barclaycard Centre in Madrid, Spain. The tour wraps up on 11/13 at the Pabellon Bizkala Arena in Bilbao, Spain.