SKID ROW To Support DEF LEPPARD In Germany

SKID ROW will be supporting DEF LEPPARD on the German/Swiss leg of their European tour in November. The group will then head off to the U.K. to do some headlining dates. The jaunt will mark SKID ROW's first trip to Europe in over seven years.

Says bassist Rachel Bolan, "It's gonna be a blast being back in Europe and the UK. I can't wait for everyone to hear the new lineup and the new songs."

SKID ROW will be touring behind their latest CD, "Thickskin", which was released in Europe through SPV Records.

SKID ROW with DEF LEPPARD:

Nov. 03 – Frankfurt, GER @ Jahrundehalle
Nov. 04 – Koln, GER @ Palladium
Nov. 06 – Hamburg, GER Sporthalle
Nov. 07 – Berlin, GER @ Arena Treptow
Nov. 10 – Stuttgart, GER @ Congresscentrum
Nov. 11 – Winterthur, SWI @ Eulachhalle
Nov. 12 – Munich, GER Zenith

U.K. dates to follow soon.

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