Show : 19:15
|For reasons beyond our control, the concert ofDISTURBED scheduled for Monday 19 June 2023 has been cancelled. There will be no replacement date. Your ticket(s) will be automatically refunded to the credit card used for purchase. Please note it can take up to 10 business days for the funds to show on your account. We thank you for your understanding.|
Artist statement: “Hello Disturbed Ones, Due to vocal issues it has been recommended by a doctor that David must rest his voice for the next four days and thus we’re forced to cancel our appearance at Pinkpop festival on 17th June and and our headline show in Luxembourg on Monday 19th June. We hope to be back as soon as we can! The rest of the shows on our European tour will play as originally scheduled and we will pick up at Heavy Load festival in Switzerland on 21st June..”
|We are looking forward to welcoming you to the Rockhal soon. The Rockhal team.|
Emerging out of Chicago at the turn of the century with an insidious, infectious, and inimitable vision without comparison, Disturbed have quietly dominated hard rock on their own terms. They make the kind of music that pushes you to hold on tighter, fight harder, and persevere forever. It’s why they’ve quietly claimed a place at the forefront of 21st century rock with record-breaking success, sales of over 17 million-plus units, nearly 8 billion streams, and sold out shows around the globe. The two-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated quartet have notched five consecutive #1 debuts on the Billboard Top 200, occupying rarified air alongside Metallica—the only other hard rock group to accomplish this feat. Since their influential 5x-platinum debut The Sickness in 2000, they have built a bulletproof catalog highlighted by a procession of smashes, including the platinum “Stupify,” “Inside The Fire,” and “Land of Confusion,” 2x-platinum “Stricken,” 6x-platinum “Down With The Sickness,” and 7x-platinum “The Sound of Silence,” to name a few. The latter notably received a GRAMMY® Award nomination in the category of “Best Rock Performance” as the band earned “Best Rock Artist” at the 2017 iHeartRadioMusic Awards. Still, Disturbed never stop, igniting their next chapter with their 2022 album Divisive featuring their 15th #1 at Rock Radio “Hey You,” “Unstoppable,” and more.