The Hu: the folk metal band returns to concert in Italy

The Hu: the folk metal band returns to concert in Italy

The Hua folk metal band from Mongolia, has announced their return in concert to our country. The group has in fact confirmed the dates of the show today, April 30th new European tour “Hishigten Europe Tour 2024”, a series of dates that will see them perform live in the Old Continent, Including Italybefore flying to America to open for Iron Maiden.

The band will play next 18 September at the Magazzini Generali in Milan. As communicated by the organizer, another band will take the stage at the opening which will be announced soon.

Tickets available on and from 11:00 am on May 3rd. VIP Packages* will also be on sale.

Here are the details reported in the press release:

THE HU – Hishigten Europe Tour 2024
18 September 2024 – Milan, Magazzini Generali

MC2 Live | Vivaticket
Pre-sale ticket price: starting from €39.00 + dp

VIP Package* The Hu: Mongolian Traditional Instrument Workshop + Q&A + Photos – Includes:

• One (1) standing room only ticket to access the concert

• Access to instrument workshop with a band member before the show*

• Access to the Q&A session with The Hu before the show**

• An individual photo with The Hu

• VIP commemorative laminate and lanyard***

• Early access to the venue compared to the general public****

• Early access to merchandise

*A member of The HU will give a masterclass on their rare traditional Mongolian instruments. The band member will not be announced in advance.

**All members of The HU will be present for the Q&A and photo.

***The laminate and lanyard will be delivered to the event location at the time of VIP check-in. The laminate is for commemorative purposes only. It does not acquire or authorize access to the Venue, VIP areas or backstage.

****When and where available. Early entry allows you to access the venue before the general doors open, allowing you to carry out the activities included in the package and thus ensuring the purchaser of the package a seat closer to the stage. Door opening hours are subject to change. There is no provision for a dedicated “PIT” area separated from the rest of the public.