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Johnny Depp’s Hollywood ambitions maybe vague after his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard but he knows exactly what he’ll be doing next summer. The actor is heading to Europe with his band Hollywood Vampires, which includes music legends like Joe Perry, Alice Cooper, and Tommy Henriksen.

According to the band’s social media post, they will perform six gigs in June next year. On June 20, 2023, the first event will take place at the Rudolf Weber-Arena in Oberhausen, Germany. Their final performance will be on June 30 at Zitadelle in Mainz, Germany.

After cancelling their European summer tour twice due to COVID-19, the Hollywood Vampires will return to the road nearly three years later. The Europe performances were originally scheduled for 2020, but were pushed out to 2021 due to safety concerns. The band subsequently announced on social media in 2021 that this would delay their 2021 tour because of pandemic travel limitations.

Johnny Depp has been appearing as a guest on Jeff Beck’s live concerts, which grabbed attention when the actor flew to London to perform with the famed guitarist right before his trial verdict.  Depp has subsequently rejoined Beck for a series of European dates that wraps on July 25 in Paris.

Beck and Depp have also worked together on a new album, 18 which  will be released on July 15. The very first track of the album, This Is A Song For Miss Hedy Lamarr, is already available.

Depp’s followers are thrilled to watch him go on a fresh start and rediscover his musical talent.

Maryam Ahtesham

Maryam Ahtasham is a News Editor for Streaming Digitally. She is a journalist by daytime and a poet by night. She also contributes on ScreenNearYou and WatchinUK. Achievements: Organic mention from editors of NewYork Times and Forbes