Last night we celebrated Finnish music at the annual Emma Gaala awards. Nightwish won The “Metal of The Year” award. That is their 16th Emma award which is the highest amount of these awards any artist has won in the Emma Gaala history. Congratulations to all the other winners and nominees as well!
Back in December, the mighty Nightwish announced their live-streaming event called “An Evening With Nightwish” and if you missed that one you can click HERE to see the original news and the specific details. Sadly, the band has been forced to move said event to a few months later which I’m sharing down below.
Let’s face it. Nowadays the words “cancelled”, postponed” and “rescheduled” are an almost hourly part of the discussion with many artists and entertainment prospects forced to use them. This brings me to the latest information from the mighty Nightwish who have moved some European dates a little farther ahead than was originally planned.
Some of you already saw this coming but due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic we are forced to move our European tour dates to late 2021. Previously purchased tickets will remain valid for all rescheduled dates. On top of this, we were able to announce a new date in Dublin, Ireland! 🇮🇪 This will be the second time in Nightwish history that we will play here! AMORPHIS will be our Special Guests on this tour with support by TURMION KÄTILÖT. Continue reading Nightwish Reveals Updated 2021 European Tour Dates→
Finland’s own Symphonic wonder Nightwish have just announced a pair of special livestream events for next March. As you know these kinds of things aren’t new news anymore but we are finding bigger and bigger bands making this jump because touring just isn’t possible right now. We recently learned that KISS was going to do one (discussed HERE) and also the magnificent Trans-Siberian Orchestra as well (discussed HERE and happening tomorrow evening). Now let’s examine the bands announcement from their social networking.
The Press Release:
Recently, Finnish sextet NIGHTWISH announced their ninth record HUMAN. :II: NATURE. (psst, I posted that news HERE), that will be released on April 10, 2020 and will be a double album containing 9 tracks on the main CD and one long track, divided into eight chapters on CD 2. Today, NIGHTWISH announce their partnership with the international conservation charity organization called ‘World Land Trust’. For more information, check the following video clip (featuring the track “Ad Astra” from the upcoming NIGHTWISH album Human. :II: Nature.), or visit the website of the organization at the link down below.