THIN LIZZY Confirms U.K. Dates With DEEP PURPLE, STYX

THIN LIZZY has confirmed the following U.K. dates with DEEP PURPLE and STYX:

Apr. 21 - Telewest Newcastle Arena - Newcastle
Apr. 22 - NYNEX Arena - Manchester
Apr. 24 - Nottingham Arena National Ice Centre Bolero Square - Nottingham
Apr. 25 - Cardiff International Arena - Cardiff
Apr. 27 - Bournemouth International Centre - Bournemouth
Apr. 28 - Wembley Arena - Wembley
Apr. 29 - The Brighton Centre - Brighton
May 01 - Clyde Auditorium - Glasgow
May 02 - Sheffield Arena - South Yorkshire
May 03 - NEC Arena – Birmingham

THIN LIZZY's current lineup includes vocalist/guitarist John Sykes, guitarist Scott Gorham, bassist Marco Mendoza and drummer Tommy Aldridge. The band in 2006 commemorated the 20th year since THIN LIZZY mainman Phil Lynott's passing by dedicating and performing 20 dates in remembrance of their late frontman. Dubbed the "20/20 Tour", the trek saw the band hammering out all of the greatest hits and a few rarities.

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