THE SCORPIONS Rock On
07. October 2013
The favourite German band will tour at least once more and stop in Tallinn along the way.
The Scorpions announced three years ago that they would put their instruments away and conclude their 45 year career. Thanks to loyal fans and top selling concerts the band decided to rock on. They gathered so much inspiration in fact that they even released a new album. This year’s tour is appropriately named Rock n’ Roll Forever, and with this the band is not yet retiring.
The band’s top hits include Wind of Change, Rock You Like a Hurricane, and Still Loving You, which will certainly keep fans rocking at Saku Suurhall. The band has many fans in Estonia, so it’s wise to get your tickets early.
Ticket start at 29€ and are available from Piletilevi.
12 November Saku Suurhall, Paldiski mnt 104b, Tallinn.
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