“D.O.C.” is the title of ZUCCHERO’s brand new album, due for worldwide release on November 8th on Polydor/Universal Music. Zucchero returns with “Disco di Origine Controllata”, an album of authentic, genuine and high quality material, composed of 11 songs and 3 bonus tracks.
The new album’s track listing is as follows: “Spirito nel buio”, “Soul Mama”, “Cose che già sai” feat Frida Sundemo, “Testa o croce”, “Freedom”, “Vittime del Cool”, “Sarebbe questo il mondo”, “La canzone che se ne va, “Badaboom (Bel Paese)”, “Tempo al tempo”, “Nella tempesta”, “My Freedom” (bonus track), “Someday” (bonus track) and “Don’t let it be gone” feat Frida Sundemo (bonus track).
From today, Friday September 20th, the album is available for pre-order, on both physical and digital formats at https://pld.lnk.to/DOC. The album will be available on 3 physical formats: CD, Double Vinyl and a special limited edition Double Orange Vinyl available exclusively from Amazon.
“D.O.C.” will be presented live throughout Europe starting from June 2020, and the tour will arrive in Italy next September with the only ten shows that Zucchero will perform in the country. They will be held at the Verona Arena, described by the artist as “one of the best places in the world to play music”.
These are the 10 dates that Zucchero will play at the Verona Arena in 2020, and the tickets are already available on pre-sale from the TicketOne website and from all the usual outlets: 22nd September, 23rd September, 25th September, 26th September, 27th September, 29th September, 30th September, 2nd October, 3rd October and 4th October.
These are the dates already confirmed for the European Tour:
6th June – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow (UK)
7th June – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester (UK)
10th and 11th June – Royal Albert Hall, London (UK)
29th October – Lisinski, Zagreb (Croatia)
31st October – Olympiahalle, Innsbruck (Austria)
1st November – Stadthalle, Graz (Austria)
3rd November – Arena Stozice, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
4th November – Stadthalle, Vienna (Austria)
6th November – Rockhal, Luxembourg
7th November – Amphitheatre, Lyon (France),
11th November – Arkea Arena, Bordeaux (France)
14th November – Le Dôme, Marseilles (France)
15th November – Palais Nikaia, Nice (France)
17th November – AccorHotels Arena, Paris (France)
19th November – Leipzig Arena (Germany)
20th November – Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg (Germany)
21st November – Mercedes-Benz-Arena, Berlin (Germany)
24th November – Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart (Germany)
25th November – Olympiahalle, Munich (Germany)
27th November – Festhalle, Frankfurt (Germany)
28th November – ISS Dome, Dusseldorf (Germany)
29th November – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
1st December – Zénith Arena, Lille (France)
2nd December – Emsland Arena, Lingen (Germany)
5th December – Hallenstadion, Zurich (Switzerland)