Five Finger Death Punch and Megadeth have announced details of a joint European tour.

The two American hard rock and metal titans will share the stage in 2020 alongside Bad Wolves as part of the first big metal tour of the year. It’s the first time that the two bands have toured together,  and it’s sure to be a special night for fans of both acts.

The run kicks off in Ukraine and Russia for some shows without Megadeth, before Dave Mustaine and co. join in Helsinki. The tour will run for just over a month, calling in at the likes of Amsterdam’s AFAS Live, London’s Wembley Arena and a closing night at the Sportarena in Budapest. Check out all of the dates below.

1/14 – Kiev, UA // Palace Of Sports **
1/16 – Moscow, RU // Adrenaline Stadium **
1/18 – St. Petersburg, RU // A2 **
1/20 – Helsinki, FI // Hartwell Arena
1/22 – Stockholm, SE // Hovet
1/23 – Oslo, NO // Spektrum
1/24 – Copenhagen, DK // Royal Arena
1/26 – Amsterdam, HL // AFAS Live
1/28 – Paris, FR // Zenith
1/30 – Cardiff, UK // Cardiff Arena
1/31 – London, UK // Wembley Arena
2/3 – Berlin, DE // Max-Schmeling Halle

2/4 – Hamburg, DE // Sporthalle
2/6 – Frankfurt, DE // Festhalle
2/8 – Oberhausen, DE // Koenig-Pilsener Arena
2/9 – Stuttgart, DE // Schleyerhalle
2/10 – Munich, DE // Olympiahalle
2/12 – Warsaw, Poland // Torwar
2/14 – Prague, CZ // Tipsport Arena
2/16 – Milan, IT // Alcatrazz
2/17 – Zurich, CH // Hallenstadion
2/19 – Vienna, AT // Stadthalle
2/20 – Budapest, HU // Budapest Sportarena

Head here for more information before tickets go on sale this week Friday (13 September).