Deep Purple are returning to Denmark.

The legendary rock band gives a concert in the Royal Arena in Copenhagen on Tuesday 29. september.

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Deep Purple was the last before, when they appeared in the Valby Hall in 2017.

The English pioneers in the heavy rockgenre can also be experienced by a long-announced show in Skovdalen in Aalborg, denmark Thursday 25. June.

Deep Purple, recorded in december his 21. studio album, which is expected to be released in 2020.

Despite the new numbers in the baggage, usually the veterans, however, to find space on the sætlisten to signatursangen ‘Smoke on the Water’.

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Deep Purple which formed in 1968, has had numerous personnel changes through the years. The band consists of Ian Paice, Roger Glover, Ian Gillan, Steve Morse and Don Airey.

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The general ticket sales for the concert in the Royal Arena beginning on Friday 31. January at 10 o’clock.

There is seating for 300, 470, and 570 pounds and standing room for 470 dollars. All prices are plus booking fee.

Deep Purple in 2019 in connection with the recording of their first album ‘Infinite’ from 2017. Photo: Ben Wolf