Tokio Hotel announcing their "Beyond The World" tour 2021
Tokio Hotel have always stood for more than just their music:
For more than one and a half decades Tom, Georg, Gustav & Bill have created their very own universe & brought it to life with every single song, music video, public appearance and - above all - with their spectacular live shows.
In 2019 and early 2020, the band played 43 shows across Europe & the USA as part of their extensive „Melancholic Paradise“ tour, that unfortunately couldn’t be completed due to the worldwide pandemic. Reason enough to finally look ahead:
With their brand new „Beyond The World“ tour the band announces 16 new shows throughout Europe & Russia.
After more than 10 million records sold in 68 countries as well as countless awards across the globe Tokio Hotel are still far away from reaching the end of their truly unique journey. A journey that started in the small city of Magdeburg, Germany, and quickly developed into a global phenomenon.
But the outstanding success never was a reason for Tokio Hotel to rest on their laurels: Quite the opposite - song after song, album after album, show after show Tom, Georg, Gustav & Bill have always shifted their boundaries and kept extending the Tokio Hotel universe.
During numerous world tours the band has repeatedly set new standards in terms of their fulminant live performances. Brilliant sound productions, astonishing stage sets and sensational costumes form integral parts of their incomparable top-notch live shows.
Tokio Hotel are currently in Berlin to work on their sixth, yet untitled studio album.
After already releasing the songs "Melancholic Paradise", "When It Rains It Pours" and „Chateau" in 2019 their brand new single „Berlin" - another precursor of the project – is a dynamic piano ballad, thoughtful and melancholic, but also as stirring and euphoric as the city itself.
"The time from the beginning of the pandemic feels like an eternity, for our fans as well as for us. We are incredibly grateful for our fans’ loyalty and can't wait to finally get back on stage and celebrate with them," the band explains. "We've been working on the show’s set up for months now and are fine-tuning the setlist - because in addition to the songs of the last 15 years, we also want to perform lots of new songs from our upcoming album."
Concert Pictures © Laura Vleugels