A round-up of the latest live music news…

German metal band Rammstein – about to set out on their 2022 European tour – have announced more dates for the summer of 2023.

Rammstein will begin their 2023 ‘Zeit’ tour at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon with 19 dates announced so far. Stops include London’s Wembley Stadium, Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano and Paris’ Stade de France and Berlin’s Olympiastadion. A statement said that further shows will be announced.

Pre-sales for Rammstein’s 2023 European stadium tour start on June 2.

Their 2022 tour, which has been rescheduled from both 2020 and 2021, begins this month at Airport Letnany in Prague. They will play dates across Europe until August before shows in the US, Canada and Mexico.

Harry Styles has announced his special One Night Only in New York coming to UBS Arena at Belmont Park on May 20.

All tickets will be available for $25 all-in, including taxes and fees. The special show will celebrate his new album ‘Harry’s House’, available on May 20, and will see Harry performing songs from the album for the first time ever.

Styles last month headlined the Coachella Festival playing to a crowd of over 100,000 on both days. The singer will take ‘Love on Tour’ worldwide this summer, starting June 11 in Glasgow.

Justin Bieber has announced the final North American show of his sold-out Justice World Tour, set to take place at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on July 3. Tickets for the show will go on sale this Friday May 6 via Ticketmaster.

The Justice World Tour international shows, promoted by AEG Presents, start this month in Mexico and will then continue on to Scandinavia for festival shows in August; South America, South Africa and the Middle East in September and October, and then over to Australia and New Zealand in November and December before moving to the UK and Europe in early 2023.

Australian band Chase Atlantic have announced their summer North American Headline Tour.

Produced by Live Nation, the six-week ‘Cold Nights’ run kicks off on July 6 in San Francisco, with more than 25 stops to follow in cities including Chicago, Toronto, Boston and New York. Tickets go on sale on May 6.

The band recently released a deluxe edition of their third album, ‘Beauty In Death’.

K-pop band Stray Kids have added three new shows to their sold-out North American tour.

They will be bringing the North American leg of their ‘Maniac’ world tour to Anaheim, California along with an additional night for Seattle, Washington.

This comes after Stray Kids sold out all seven of their original stops across the US. Late last month, the boyband had also announced additional nights to their gigs in Newark, New Jersey and Los Angeles, California, all of which are also now sold out.

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