DEF LEPPARD: Win Chance To See Band Rehearse

In a few months, DEF LEPPARD will be on the road again to tour North America with BRYAN ADAMS (for dates, click here). Just before that, tour rehearsals will take place in Los Angeles for a couple of days during the last week of May, and the Universal Music Store will organize an online auction that will give the fans an opportunity to watch the band rehearse and meet them. All proceeds will benefit Nordoff-Robbins and T.J. Martell charities. All details are described in an upcoming edition of the DefLeppard.com newsletter that will be sent out to all subscribers within a few days.

In other news, DEF LEPPARD have been confirmed for the 2005 Music Midtown Festival, set to take place June 10-12 in Atlanta, Georgia (LEPPARD wil perform on June 12). The group have also been to the billing of the Citystages festival in Birmingham, AL on June 18. BRYAN ADAMS will not be playing at these three-day festivals.

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