January 19, 2021

Mark Knopfler is coming to Spain

Mark Knopfler is coming to Spain

Mark Knopfler announces a new world tour with his band for 2019. The Down The Road Wherever tour will have its starting point in Barcelona in April and will continue throughout Europe, ending in Verona in July, before making the leap to the United States. In Spain he will play on April 25 at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, ​​on the 26th at the Plaza de Toros in Valencia, on the 28th at the WiZink Center in Madrid, on April 29 at the Bullring in Córdoba, on the 3rd of May at the Coliseum of La Coruña and on May 5 at Navarra Arena in Pamplona. Tickets for the Mark Knopfler tour in Spain can be purchased from

10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 6, through doctormusic.com and riffmusic.es. Also through entradas.com for concerts in Barcelona, ​​Madrid and Pamplona. In Ticketmaster for Valencia, Córdoba and A Coruña. And in Ticketea also for the concert of A Coruña. The price of tickets will range between 40 and 105 euros (distribution costs not included).

"Mark Knopfler, who will release his ninth studio album under the title Down The Road Wherever on November 16, has always seen the tour as an integral part of the album release process, moving from composition to recording and ending with the road, playing its usual successes and its new themes, "says the statement sent to Europa Press.

Knopfler will perform on this tour with an extended band of ten members, most of whom have been working with him for more than two decades: Guy Fletcher (keyboards), Richard Bennett (guitar), Jim Cox (piano), Mike McGoldrick (flute), John McCusker (violin and cyster), Glenn Worf (bass), Danny Cummings (percussion) and Ian Thomas (drums).

The new additions will be Graeme Blebins (saxophone) and Tom Walsh (trumpet). On this tour, we will see Mark Knopfler and his band play a selection of new songs, combined with some of the most well-known and essential songs in their catalog and some surprise recovered from the most remote corners of their repertoire.


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