Multi-platinum hard rockers Scorpions have lined up a return leg of U.S. dates on their Humanity Tour 2008 running from August 1 in Kelseyville,...

Multi-platinum hard rockers Scorpions have lined up a return leg of U.S. dates on their Humanity Tour 2008 running from August 1 in Kelseyville, CA through August 10 in Chicago, IL. They are touring behind their 21st album, “Humanity – Hour 1.” This time around, they will be sharing various stages with Sammy Hagar & the Wabos, Alice Cooper and Ratt.

Scorpions’ live shows always feature the band’s quintessential hard rock signature songs, from the standards “Rock You Like a Hurricane” and “No One Like You,” to their anthems “Still Loving You” and “Wind Of Change.”

As Germany’s most successful international music export, Scorpions have sold more than 70 million albums worldwide. A video for the track “Humanity” off their new album can be found on the band’s official website and YouTube.

For “Humanity – Hour 1,” bandmates Klaus Meine (vocals), Rudolf Schenker (rhythm guitars), Matthias Jabs (lead guitars), James Kottak (drums) and Pawel Maciwoda (bass) enlisted acclaimed songwriter/producer Desmond Child (Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, KISS) and producer James Michael to work behind the boards on “Humanity – Hour 1,” which was recorded at several Los Angeles studios.

Following this latest U.S. leg, the band heads back to Europe and South America to finish up their on-going worldwide trek.

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Scorpions itinerary:
(Dates subject to change)

August 1 Kelseyville, CA Konocti Harbor Resort (with Sammy Hagar)
August 2 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre (with Sammy Hagar)
August 3 Costa Mesa, CA Pacific Amphitheatre (with Sammy Hagar)
August 5 Tucson, AZ AVA Amphitheatre
August 8 Minneapolis, MN Myth Nightclub
August 9 Sparta, WI Fort McCoy Army Base (with Alice Cooper)
August 10 Chicago, IL Charter One Pavilion (with Ratt)
August 22 Istanbul, TUR TBA
August 24 Wolpertshausen, GER Air Field Hohenlohe
August 30 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Praca da Apoteose
August 31 Goiania, BRA Goiania Arena
September 3 Belen, BRA Cidade Folia
September 4 Manaus, BRA Arena Amadeu Teixeira
September 6 Sao Paulo, BRA CrediCard Hall
September 7 Recife, BRA Chevrolet Hall
September 10 Belo Horizonte, BRA Mineirinho
September 12 Ponta Grossa, BRA Centro De Eventos
September 17 Guadalajara, MEX Auditorio Telmex
September 20 Mexico City, MEX Foro Sol/Autodromo Rodriguez
September 21 Monterrey, MEX Arena Monterrey
September 23 Port of Spain, TRI Queen’s Park
September 26 Schupfart, SWI
October 12 Newcastle, ENG Carling Academy Newcastle
October 13 Glasgow, SCO Carling Academy Glasgow
October 15 Manchester, ENG Apollo Manchester
October 16 Southampton, ENG Southampton Guildhall
October 18 London, ENG Apollo Hammersmith
October 19 Wolverhampton, ENG Civic Hall
October 25 Strasbourg, FRA Zenith
November 2 Tallinn, EST TBA
November 4 Riga, LAT TBA (with orchestra)
November 6 Vilnius, LIT TBA (with orchestra)