New York City’s Hamiltones are getting a new tour this spring, but the itinerary will be more of the same.
A tour that begins in London on April 18 and travels to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Czech Republic.
The Hamilton will tour the countries with which it’s previously traveled.
“There are a lot of different cultures and people and a lot different places to explore, so we’re going to try to find some of those,” said Hamiltone leader Joe Evers, who said the tour is aimed at the West.
Evers said the Hamilitones will begin in London at 10 a.m. on April 19 and travel to Berlin, Berlin, and Vienna.
The tour ends in Berlin at 10 p.m., but Evers added he expects more than a dozen other cities will be on the itineraries, including Paris, Munich, and London.
“We want to get as much as we can from each city and show people what’s going on there,” he said.
Eters also said that the tour will not be a direct tour, but a series of stops, including “the best of each city’s best.”
The Hamilitone tour has been a hit with some West Virginians, as it includes a stop in Norfolk, Va., on April 20.
Hamilitons tour was also a hit in Germany, where they will play a series stops in Cologne, Baden-Württemberg, Hamburg, and Berlin, according to the tour’s website.
“They are really excited to see us,” Evers told the AP in May.
The tours have become a hit among East Germans, who are drawn to the Hamilts itinerary.
“I like the fact that the Hamltones can visit places I never would otherwise be able to visit,” German Foreign Minister Thomas Oppermann told Der Spiegel in June.
“The Hamiltoned tour is a real experience for East Germans.”
It’s a common misconception that West Germans will only visit East Germany, which isn’t true.
“Germany is a huge country and has a lot to offer to the world, but there are a few places we can’t visit,” Hamiltoner Evers explained.
“This tour is intended to help tourists find the things they want to see and visit.”
The tour will be one of the first European stops of the Hamilts new West European tour.
The new West Europe tour, scheduled to begin in 2019, will include stops in Belgium, France, Germany, and Italy.
“It’s a great opportunity to be part of the West,” Eves told the Associated Press in July.
“Europe has a huge diversity and people from all over the world come to this part of Europe.
It’s an incredible opportunity to see that diversity.”