The Chainsmokers are set to play in London, Austria, Germany, France, Sweden and Denmark among others on a newly-announced European Tour.
The Chainsmokers have announced a European tour.
The US DJ duo, made up of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, will bring their 'Memories: Do Not Open' run of gigs to the continent in February 2018, kicking off with a concert in Austria's capital Vienna on February 10.
British-based fans of the group will be delighted to note they are heading to London's Alexandra Palace on February 14, following a gig in Prague, Czech Republic three days prior.
While they haven't listed a concert in Ireland, the duo have hinted they are going to do ''something special'' in the country and urged supporters not to panic.
In response to one fan who was clearly disappointed to see the pair hadn't scheduled a gig in the country, they tweeted: ''Planning something special for Ireland don't worry! (sic)''
The disgruntled supported had tweeted them: ''Honestly though why do all the good DJs just skip over Ireland on their European tours. LIKE IRELAND IS A COUNTRY THAT ENJOYS MUSIC TOO (sic)''
Following their London visit, The Chainsmokers will head to Holland, France, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland to complete their run of February gigs.
They will begin March with a concert in Munich, Germany, before heading back to Austria and then to Italy before returning to Germany for a third separate occasion.
The tour will conclude at the Royal Arena in Denmark's Copenhagen on March 10 following dates in Sweden and Norway.
The Chainsmokers 2018 European Dates:
Saturday February 10 - Marx Halle, Vienna, Austria
Sunday February 11 - Tip Sport Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
Wednesday February 14 - Alexandra Palace, London, UK
Saturday February 17 - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Holland
Tuesday February 20 - Zenith, Paris, France
Thursday February 22 - Lotto Arena, Antwerp, Belgium
Saturday February 24 - Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France
Sunday February 25 - Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Dusseldorf, Germany
Monday February 26 - Samsung Hall, Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday March 1 - Zenith, Munich, Germany
Friday March 2 - Hauser Kaibling, Haus, Austria
Saturday March 3 - Unipol Arena, Bologna, Italy
Monday March 5 - Max-Schmeling Halle, Berlin, Germany
Thursday March 8 - Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway
Friday March 9 - Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
Saturday March 10 - Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark