The Night Flight Orchestra announces March 2020 European Headlining Tour

The Night Flight Orchestra Euro Tour 2020 poster
Some bands enter new decades with caution. Nervously they traipse around aimlessly, having whispered band meetings discussing the zeitgeist, and how it might affect the planning of their next career move.

The Night Flight Orchestra, however, are too old, self-absorbed and hedonistic to give a damn. They start off 2020 by releasing a new album on February 28th, before they embark on a European headline tour, bringing an “Aeromantic Experience” to the unsuspecting masses, beginning in London on the 6th of March and ending in Berlin on the 28th of March.

The NFO air crew states: “We promise you otherworldly experiences, flaming berets, all kinds of musical and physical indulgence, trance-like states and classic rock as you never heard it or felt it before. Your life will probably never be the same, but that’s not a bad thing. We invite you to embrace the future of classic rock on a special evening with The Night Flight Orchestra. For your eyes and ears only”.

European Tour Dates 2020:
06.03. UK London - Islington Assembly Hall
07.03. D Bochum - Matrix
08.03. F Paris - La Machine du Moulin Rouge
09.03. F Toulouse - Le Metronum
10.03. E Madrid - Mon
11.03. E Barcelona - Salamandra
12.03. F Lyon - CCO Villeurbanne
13.03. CH Buchs (SG) - Krempel
14.03. CH Pratteln - Z7
15.03. I Milan - Legend Club
16.03. D Aschaffenburg - Colos-Saal
17.03. D Hanover - MusikZentrum
18.03. NL Nijmegen - Doornroosje
19.03. D Hamburg - Markthalle
20.03. D Munich - Backstage (Werk)
21.03. A Vienna - Szene
22.03. H Budapest - Dürer Kert
24.03. D Saarbrücken - Garage
25.03. D Mannheim - MS Connexion Complex
26.03. D Saalfeld - Klubhaus
27.03. D Nuremberg - Hirsch
28.03. D Berlin - Columbia Theater
(w/ One Desire)

Festivals 2020:
18.04. A Salzburg - Wildstyle & Tattoo Messe
01.05. N Kopervik - Karmøygeddon Metal Festival
29. - 31.05. D Gelsenkirchen - Rock Hard Festival
05. - 07.06. CZ Pilsen - Metalfest Open Air
11.09. USA Atlanta, GA - ProgPower USA (Sold Out)

Earlier this year, the band announced that they had started recording the successor of 2018’s “Sometimes the World Ain’t Enough”, which is due for a 2020 release. The band have been working at the Nordic Sound Labs using the same drum kit that was used during the recordings of ABBA’s 1980 mega album “Super Trouper”!

Björn Strid - Vocals
Sharlee D’Angelo - Bass
David Andersson - Guitars
Richard Larsson - Keyboards
Jonas Källsbäck - Drums
Sebastian Forslund - Guitars, percussion, special FX
Anna-Mia Bonde - Backing vocals
Anna Brygård - Backing vocals