VAN HALEN: San Diego Footage Available

Fan-filmed video footage of VAN HALEN's November 25, 2007 concert at the Cox Arena in San Diego, California can be viewed below.

VAN HALEN has extended its reunion tour well into 2008, with 29 dates added to the band's current trek. The tour is the band's first with singer David Lee Roth in more than 20 years.

The 2008 trek will kick off January 22 at Oklahoma City's Ford Center and conclude April 7 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The 2007 tour has drawn over 600,000 fans to date, according to

Tickets for the San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Omaha, New Orleans, Charlottesville, Hershey, and Atlantic City dates went on sale today (Saturday, December 1), while the East Rutherford and New York shows will go on sale Monday, December 3 — all through Live Nation and Ticketmaster. On-sale dates for the remaining shows will be announced shortly, and additional 2008 dates are expected to be announced soon.

Eddie Van Halen guitar solo:

"Hot for Teacher":


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