DEF LEPPARD Joined By BRIAN MAY For Rendition Of QUEEN Classic

DEF LEPPARD were joined by QUEEN's Brian May for a "rocking" version of the QUEEN classic "Tie Your Mother Down" during the finale of the band's performance at the London Apollo Hammersmith on Friday (October 31). In addition drummer Rick Allen's 40th birthday was celebrated on stage during the gig when Rick's mother surprised him by presenting a chocolate cake, after which the audience loudly sang "Happy Birthday."

Upcoming DEF LEPPARD tour dates:

Nov. 03 – Frankfurt, GER @ Jahrhunderthalle
Nov. 04 - Koln, GER @ Palladium
Nov. 06 - Hamburg, GER @ Sporthalle
Nov. 07 - Berlin, GER @ Arena
Nov. 10 - Stuttgart, GER @ Messe Congresszentrum B
Nov. 11 – Winterthur, SWI @ Eulachhalle
Nov. 12 – Munchen, GER @ Zenith
Nov. 14 – Brno, CZR @ Hala Rondo
Nov. 15 – Katowice, POL @ Spodek
Nov. 16 – Warsaw, POL @ Torwar
Nov. 18 – Vilnius, LIT @ Sport Palace
Nov. 19 – Riga, LAT @ Kipsala Hall
Nov. 22 - St. Petersburg, RUS @ New Arena
Nov. 24 – Moscow, RUS @ Luzhniki Hall


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