Maneskin, the world’s hottest rock band of the year, has just set a new world record for being the most-streamed Italian artist on Spotify. Maneskin is at #1 on the Spotify Global Top 50 Charts with Beggin and at #8 with I Wanna Be Your Slave. Millions of fans around the world can’t wait to see the rock band perform live on stage. If you’re one of them, check out the Maneskin Tour Dates Europe 2021 & 2022.


The rock band has already sold out the dates in Italian concert halls for their 2021-22 tour except for the concert at the Circo Massimo in Rome on 9 July 2022.

Maneskin will give concerts in Europe and in the United States.

5 August 2021: Lokeren, Belgium
13 August 2021: Hradec Králové, Poland
19 August 2021: Gdynia, Poland

3 September 2021: Schijndel, Netherlands
11 September 2021: Vienna, Austria

1 November 2021: Los Angeles, USA
21 November 2021: Las Vegas, USA (Maneskin will open the Rolling Stones concert)

14 December 2021: Rome, Italy (sold out)
15 December 2021: Rome, Italy (sold out)
18 December 2021: Milan, Italy (sold out)
19 December 2021: Milan, Italy (sold out)



The dates of the Loud Kids on Tour concerts were announced on 27 September 2021. Maneskin’s management added a series of concerts in some of Europe’s most important cities. Maneskin won’t give any concerts in the United States.

Tickets for 15 new concerts are now available, but the concert in London is already sold out.

6 February 2022: London, UK (O2 Academy Brixton) sold out
10 February 2022: Brussels, Belgium (Forest National), sold out
12 February 2022: Luxembourg (Rockhal), sold out
15 February 2022: Warsaw, Poland (Torwar Hall); tickets are available (link)
19 February 2022: Vienna, Austria (Stadthalle), waiting list (link)
21 February 2022: Paris, France (Le Zenith), sold out
24 February 2022: Zurich, Switzerland (Halle 622), you can register for the ticket alarm (link)
26 February 2022: Berlin, Germany (Verti Music Hall), you can register for the event alarm (link)
28 February 2022: Prague, Czech Republic (Mala Sportovni Hala), tickets are available (link)

1st March 2022: Budapest, Hungary (Barba Negra), sold out
3 March 2022: Amsterdam, Netherlands (AFAS Live), sold out
7 March 2022: Kiev, Ukraine (Stereo Plaza), tickets are available (link)
9 March 2022: Moscow Russia (Stadium Live), tickets are available (link)
11 March 2022: St. Petersburg, Russia (Tinkoff Arena)
13 March 2022: Tallinn, Estonia (Saku Suurhall)
14 March 2022: Riga, Latvia (Arena Riga)

20 March 2022: Bologna, Italy (sold out)
22 March 2022: Milan, Italy (sold out)
26 March 2022: Naples, Italy (sold out)
27 March 2022: Naples, Italy (sold out)
31 March 2022: Florence, Italy (sold out)

1 April 2022: Florence, Italy (sold out)
3 April 2022: Torino, Italy (sold out)
8 April 2022: Bari, Italy (sold out)
23 April 2022: Verona, Italy (sold out)

4 June 2022: Rock am Ring, Nürnburgring/Eifel, Germany (tickets are still available)
5 June 2022: Rock im Park, Zeppelinfeld Nürnberg, Germany (tickets are still available)
24 June 2022: Tons of Rock, Oslo, Norway (tickets are still available)

9 July 2022: Circo Massimo, Rome, Italy (tickets are still available)

In the case of the Circo Massimo in Rome, you should be aware of the fact that it’s the biggest open air concert location in Rome with a size of 140,000 square meters. In 2014, over 70’000 attended the Rolling Stones concert at the Circo Massimo. No news have been published about the Covid-19 restrictions for the Maneskin concert of 9 July 2022.


Part of Maneskin’s success is due to their outfits and their styling. They have a team of stylists who work closely with luxury fashion brands like Etro or Gucci.

On 10 September 2021, Gucci published a video and two ad campaign pictures featuring Maneskin (see below). The four band members will most probably wear Gucci outfits during their concerts.

Our list will be updated regularly. If you liked our article Maneskin Tour Dates Europe 2021 & 2022, read our article 19 Facts About Maneskin.

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