TWISTED SISTER have announced additional dates as part of their upcoming reunion tour. The trek, which is scheduled to kick off this week with several appearances "low-key" gigs under the name "BENT BROTHER", will include several concerts at Army and Marine bases in Korea on behalf of the Department of Defense and the USO (United Service Organizations).
Upcoming TWISTED SISTER tour dates:
Apr. 04 - L'Amour - Brooklyn, NY (appearing as BENT BROTHER)
Apr. 11 - The Downtown - Farmingdale, NY (appearing as BENT BROTHER)
Apr. 12 - The Chance - Poughkeepsie, NY (appearing as BENT BROTHER)
May 1-5 - Tour of Army bases in Korea for the USO
Jun. 08 - Sweden Rock Festival - Solvesborg, SWE
Jun. 27 - Z7 - Pratteln, SWI
Jun. 28 - Bang Your Head Festival - Balingen, GER
Jul. 04-05 - TBA (US dates)
Jul. 18 - Chippewa Falls Music Festival - Chippewa Falls, WI
Jul. 19 – TBA - Chicago, IL
Aug. 29 - SPAIN (venue and details TBA)
As previously reported, TWISTED SISTER will hold a press conference on the USS Intrepid in New York City on Tuesday, April 29 at 11:00 a.m. More information will be made available soon.
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