Dave Matthews Band has announced an extensive European tour, the first since 2015. The tour announcement comes on the heels of DMB’s recent 12-city fall 2018 arena tour announcement, which will span the end of November and beginning of December, and will hit venues along the east coast in addition to a stop in Canada. The tour comes as the band continues to ride a wave of momentum behind their 2018 release, Come Tomorrow, which marked the band’s record-breaking 7th-straight record to hit #1 on the Billboard charts.Kicking things off at Zenith in Munich, Germany, March 6th, the band will then makes stops in Dusseldorf and Paris, before playing a two-night run at London’s Eventim Apollo, March 12th and 13th. The band then heads to Amsterdam, before making stops in Copenhagen, Stockholm, and the band’s first ever appearance in Oslo. DMB then heads east with stops in Hamburg and Berlin, before another debut performance in Warsaw, March 25th. Following appearances in Prague, Vienna, and Padova, the band will make their final debut performance of the tour in Bologna, April 1st. The tour will conclude with stops in Milan and Lisbon, April 3rd and 6th.For members of the Dave Matthews Band Warehouse Fan Association, an online presale begins Monday, October 22nd, at 9:00 a.m. local time here.Tickets for most of Dave’s Europeans shows will go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 26th, at 9:00 a.m. (Central European Time).For all upcoming tour dates and more ticketing details, head to Dave Matthews Band’s website.