During the second half of June, right after the first leg of the Rock 'N Roll Double-Header Tour with BRYAN ADAMS, DEF LEPPARD will play another 12 shows. Two of these were already announced last week (the Music Midtown and CityStages festivals), and now it has been confirmed that the band will play another 10 headline shows:
Jun. 14 - Tampa, FL @ St. Pete Times Forum
Jun. 15 - Kissimmee, FL @ Silver Spurs Arena
Jun. 17 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Arena
Jun. 20 - Madison, WI @ Alliant Energy Ctr. Mem. Col.
Jun. 21 - Green Bay, WI @ Resch Center
Jun. 23 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Chevrolet Amphitheatre
Jun. 24 - Wilkes-Barre, PA @ Wachovia Arena
Jun. 25 - Portland, ME @ Cumberland County Civic Ctr.
Jun. 27 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
Jun. 28 - Manchester, NH @ Verizon Wireless Arena
On these dates, DEF LEPPARD will be supported by none other than TESLA. This brings back memories of the 1987/1988 "Hysteria" tour, when the band from Sacramento, CA, on the verge of breaking through was also supporting DEF LEPPARD. TESLA will not be playing at the June 17 show, but instead MONTROSE will open.
For details on tickets, click here.
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