With his band Hollywood Vampires, which features rock legends like Joe Perry, Alice Cooper, and Tommy Henriksen, Hollywood icon Johnny Depp is travelling to Europe for a concert tour.
The supergroup reportedly delayed a tour in March because to pandemic-related issues, according to "Variety."
At the time, they said in a statement, "We kept trying to make it happen, but sadly owing to the uncertainty of Covid travel limitations, it is just not possible."
The band will now perform six performances in Germany and Luxembourg to catch up with its fans.
However, there will be a long wait since their first performance won't be until next June at the Rudolf Weber Arena in Oberhausen, Germany. On June 30, in Zitadelle in Mainz, Germany, they will perform their final gig.
Depp has started appearing on Jeff Beck's live gigs as a guest, which garnered media attention when the actor travelled to Europe to start performing with the famed guitarist soon before the judge's decision in the actor's case against ex-wife Amber Heard.
Since then, Depp has re-joined Beck for a string of concerts across Europe leading up to the tour's conclusion on July 25 in Paris.
Additionally, Beck and Depp worked together on the new album "18."
The pair has already released the first track from their collaboration album, "This Is A Song For Miss Hedy Lamarr," which will be published on July 15.
The song, which was written by Depp, honours American actress Lamarr (who died in 2000 at age 85). One of two songs Depp wrote for the project is "Sad Motherfuckin' Parade," the other being this one.