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Rudolf Schenker, Matthias Jabs, Klaus Meine, Pawe©© Maciwoda and James Kottak of Scorpions attend the press conference to celebrate 50th anniversary of Scorpions on August 6, 2015 in Incheon, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

Tampa will finally get its visit from The Scorpions tomorrow night (September 14) at Amalie Arena. Originally Whitesnake was a part of this tour but due to some health issues David Coverdale is dealing with, it’ll just be The Scorps. The Rock Believer 2022 world tour set list hasn’t changed much so if you’re curious if the band will do your favorites, here’s the list of songs you’re likely to hear in Tampa tomorrow night.

  • "Gas in the Tank"

    The show starts off with this one from their new album Rock Believer. The album is the Scorpions argument that rock is NOT dead. You just have to look a little harder to find it.

  • "Make It Real"

    This 1980 gem is from Animal Magnetism.

  • The Zoo

    Another one from Animal Magnetism.

  • Coast to Coast

    This instrumental’s title inspired the name of the band’s Facebook fan group.

  • Seventh Sun

    The band’s newest single from Rock Believer.

  • Peacemaker

    The first single released from Rock Believer was written during the worst of the pandemic when so many lives were lost. The lyrics talk of life after the pandemic when it will be time for the peacemaker to rule.

     

  • Bad Boys Running WIld

    Back to the 80s for this one.  You’ll find this song from 1984 on Love at First Sting.

  • Delicate Dance

    The band did this one on MTV Unplugged back in the day.

  • Send Me An Angel

    Up next will be a few of The Scorpions early 90s hits.  This was the title track of the album.

  • Wind of Change

    Released when there was a lot of turbulence in the world in the Gulf.  This one is creeping up on a BILLION views on YouTube.

  • Tease Me Please Me

    Another one from the early 90s… you’ll find this one on Crazy World.

     

  • Rock Believer

    Rock ain’t dead y’all!

     

  • New Vision

    Another instrumental… get the air guitar out.

  • Blackout

    The title track from the band’s 1982 album.  It was a rough time for the band.  Klaus had to undergo surgery on his vocal cords.  They didn’t know if he’d be able to ever record again.

  • Big City Nights

    This is not the end my friend.  Stick around for the monster hits after the encore.

  • No One Like You

    The last two songs of the night are the band’s two most iconic hits.  The music video was shot in San Francisco at Alcatraz.

  • Rock You Like a Hurricane

    We’re in the middle of hurricane season in Florida.  The band’s signature song from Love at First Sting in 1984 came in at #34 on VH1’s Greatest 40 Metal Songs Ever list.