DEF LEPPARD/JOURNEY Tour To Play Host To One-Day Rock Fantasy Camp

Launch Radio Networks reports: When the DEF LEPPARD/JOURNEY tour rolls into Columbus, Ohio, on September 10, there will be a special opening act — and no one knows who it is yet. A special one-day Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp will be held at the Germain Amphitheater, and the campers will have a "battle of the bands" live onstage before JOURNEY and DEF LEPPARD play their sets. Fantasy Camp counselors including FREE and BAD COMPANY drummer Simon Kirke, one-time STEELY DAN and DOOBIE BROTHERS guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, and former LYNYRD SKYNYRD drummer Artimus Pyle will be on hand to guide things before the campers hit the stage. More information is available at the RockAndRollFantasyCamp.com web site.

A week-long Fantasy Camp will be held in New York City next month.

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