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Citizens of the City of Love will get a chance to watch the WWE Superstars they love in action next May 2019.

On WWE.com it was announced that Paris has been added to the WWE European Tour line up for next year.

The WWE will be holding a show at Paris’ AccorHotels Arena on May 14, 2019. Tickets for the show will be made available via Ticketmaster France beginning September 26 at 10 am local time.

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This is the second show that the WWE has announced for France during the WWE Live European Tour. The first show announced was for Marseille.

The Marseille show will be on May 10, 2019 at the Arena du Pays d’Aix. Tickets for this show are now available on Ticketmaster France.

The May 10 Marseille show will mark the first time in six years that the WWE has visited this city.

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As of this writing, three other cities have been announced as stops for the WWE’s European Tour. These are located in the Nordic countries.

On May 10, the WWE will be paying a visit to Helsinki, Finland to put on a show at the Helsinki Ice Hall. This will be the first time the company has been in Finland in over 10 years.

The Finnish show is being presented in partnership with Live Nation. Fans can purchase their tickets at Live Nation website.

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On May 12, WWE Live is set to make their Norway debut, with a show at the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Tickets for the show, which will be held at the Oslo Spektrum are now available on Ticketmaster Norway.

On May 19, the WWE tour will be making a stop in Hovet, Stockholm. Tickets for this show are now available via Live Nation.


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