GIRLSCHOOL have officialy been confirmed as one of the special guests at MOTÖRHEAD's 30th Anniversary show, which is scheduled to take place on June 16 at The Hammersmith Apollo in London, U.K. Tickets are now on sale via Ticketmaster.
As previously reported, GIRLSCHOOL will be teaming up with reunited female hard rockers VIXEN for a small co-headline tour of the U.K. before VIXEN head to Sweden to play this year's Sweden Rock Festival.
Kicking off on June 3 at The Mean Fiddler in London, these shows will continue the promotion of GIRLSCHOOL's first-ever live DVD, "Girlschool Live at the Garage", and their 2004 album, "Believe", while introducing material from VIXEN's as-yet-untitled new album, which should be released in May. Support at all dates will come from U.K. rockers DANTE FOX. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Jun. 01 – Limelight – Crewe, UK
Jun. 03 - The Astoria – London, UK
Jun. 04 - The Tack Venue - Cannock, UK
Jun. 07 - Stourbridge Rock Café – Stourbridge, UK
Jun. 08 - The Kingswood Tavern – Nuneaton, UK
(Thanks: Nathan / Music Man Central)
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