Cheech and Chong Dot Com has uploaded a number of video clips from VAN HALEN's November 3, 2007 concert at the Izod Center (formerly Continental Airlines Arena) in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Check them out at this location.VAN HALEN is likely to extend its reunion tour with singer David Lee Roth well into 2008, according to LiveDaily.com. The band announced that a planned stop in St. Louis, which was scheduled for October 28 but postponed earlier this month, has now been rescheduled for March 30, a likely indicator that the show will be part of a larger late winter/early spring jaunt for the reactivated band. Tickets for the postponed St. Louis date will be honored at the new one, with refunds available at the point of purchase. VAN HALEN's current tour schedule ends on December 30 in Las Vegas and the band has yet to confirm any other shows aside from the St. Louis gig. VAN HALEN's tour, which features Roth behind the mic for the first time in 22 years, launched in late September to massive ticket sales and mostly positive reviews. The trek features Wolfgang Van Halen, teenage son of guitarist Eddie Van Halen, playing bass instead of original member Michael Anthony, who was not invited to participate. Watch fan-filmed video footage of VAN HALEN performing "I'll Wait" on November 3, 2007 concert at the Izod Center (formerly Continental Airlines Arena) in East Rutherford, New Jersey:
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