BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Announce U.S. Dates

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT, featuring former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his companion Candice Night, have lined up two special U.S. performances during September.

Here is the venue, ticket and on-sale information:

Wednesday, September 17
Theatre of Living Arts
334 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
215-922-0666
- All tickets $29.00
- "Official" on sale date is August 15 at 12 noon, however, tickets will be
available for purchase as of Tuesday, July 29 via www.ticketmaster.com

Friday, September 19
Westbury Music Fair
960 Brush Hollow Road
Westbury, NY 11590
516-333-7228
- Tickets $34.00 + $3.50 per ticket parking fee
- Tickets on sale August 1 via www.ticketmaster.com or venue box office

BLACKMORE'S NIGHT's latest CD, "Ghost Of A Rose", entered the Japanese charts at No. 15. In addition, the album is currently at No. 23 on the German chart after four weeks of release.

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